Upcoming Training Opportunities
Working Well Webinar | Crafting a Meaningful and Effective Strategy to Drive Your Wellbeing Initiative | January 30 | 2:30-3:30 p.m. EST
Does your employee wellbeing initiative ever feel more like an experiment than a strategy? Do your efforts feel like reactive guesswork? Strategic planning is a critical, yet often overlooked, step in creating a comprehensive wellbeing program. It takes intentionality and consistency to produce results, yet many wellbeing programs operate without any strategic direction. A deliberate and well thought out plan for your wellbeing initiative is essential to creating clarity and mobilizing your team. Without it, you are unlikely to accomplish your goals.
Working Well, in collaboration with the Oklahoma Hospital Association’s WorkHealthy Hospitals initiative, is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, January 30 at 2:30 p.m. EST/1:30 p.m. CST to help your wellness team create a meaningful and effective strategy that aligns with your organization’s mission, vision and values.
Strategic planning can seem like a daunting and time-consuming task. This webinar will help simplify the process by giving you practical information on how to:
- Identify core values for your wellbeing initiative that align with the priorities of your organization;
- Create a vision and mission statement for your wellbeing initiative that clearly communicates its purpose and value within the organization; and
- Create SMART goals and objectives that drive your activities throughout the year and measure your progress.
To register for this webinar, click here.
2019 Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference | April 1-5 | Hilton Head, SC
This conference brings together health promotion professionals from across disciplines and settings for an experience filled with learning, sharing and connecting with others who share your passion. The three-day core conference features breakout sessions that present a balance of the latest science and practical application, three keynote speakers who will challenge and inspire, and more than 40 poster presentations offering a range of research findings and case studies.
Preconference intensive training seminars offer two additional days of in-depth learning in a small group setting presented by some of the most talented and accomplished professionals in health promotion. Seminar topics include motivational interviewing, entrepreneurial leadership, evaluating workplace health promotion, brain health, organizational change and more.
Attend sessions presented by the top authors, scientists, entrepreneurs and program leaders in the field. Be involved through interactive discussions, networking sessions and fitness activities. You will return home equipped with practical strategies and research backup to make your programs and your work more effective.
To register or learn more, click here.
Corporate Wellness Evidence Academy | May 21 | 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Columbia, SC
The Second Annual Corporate Wellness Evidence Academy is sponsored by the SC Cancer Alliance and hosted at the South Carolina Hospital Association’s William L. Yates Conference Center. Join wellness, public health and human resources professionals from across the state to network and learn from experts in the field of health and wellbeing. To learn more about the keynote speaker, Brian Passon, visit www.brianpasson.com. Topics include:
- Wellbeing as its own incentive;
- Engaging employees at all levels in wellness initiatives;
- Improving communication techniques in the workplace;
- Advancing health equity through workplace initiatives; and
- Promoting cancer awareness year-round.
HEROForum19 | Thriving Organizations: Achieving Wellbeing through Collaboration | September 10-12 | Portland, OR
Our inalienable rights in America are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. How well has the workplace-based health and well-being movement in America helped us achieve this inspired guarantee? HERO specializes in featuring exemplary companies and ground-breaking health promotion professionals who consider our shared mission to be nothing less than achieving wellbeing for all. Liberty and independence have been cast by some as best achieved when we are shielded from the intrusion of others. But others believe that wellbeing can only become accessible for all through collective efforts. Where past iterations of progress in worksite wellness were judged according to individual health improvement, our field is now well positioned to judge our effectiveness at enhancing organizational level wellbeing and impacting society.
Click here for more information.
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