Webinar: Workplace Wellness Programs that Work
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Join Laura Putnam, CEO of Motion Infusion, a Bay Area-based wellness provider, to learn about a fresh approach to workplace wellness. Packed with the latest research and brimming with ideas based on real-world case studies and stories, learn how you can shift the conversation from implementing yet another program to starting a movement.
In 10 steps, Laura outlines tangible ways that you can make a difference in your employees’ health and happiness, and how you can promote an overall culture of well-being throughout your organization. This session will touch on industry hot topics, such as effective ways to inspire behavior change, the truth behind motivation, and how to shift the culture. We’ll also dive into creative tactics that aren’t being talked about, such as “going stealth” – a strategy that calls for repositioning wellness as a human performance improvement initiative and “sneaking” wellness into non-wellness initiatives.
Laura Putnam, CEO of Motion Infusion
Laura Putnam, author of Workplace Wellness That Works, is founder and CEO of Motion Infusion, a well-being consulting firm that provides creative solutions in the areas of engagement, behavior change and human performance. She has worked with a range of organizations from Fortune 500s to government agencies to nonprofits and schools. She also serves as the Chair of the American Heart Association’s Greater Bay Area 2020 Task Force. With a diverse background in workplace wellness, education and educational reform, organizational learning and development, public policy, nationally competitive gymnastics, and professional dance, she brings a uniquely interdisciplinary voice to the field of workplace wellness.
A graduate of Brown University School of Education and Stanford University in International Relations, she lives in San Francisco with her fiancé
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