Strategies for Increasing Employee Engagement in Wellness
Date: March 25, 2014
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Employee wellness is now recognized as a critical business strategy. As HR leaders struggle to reduce medical, disability, absenteeism, and other related costs, as well as increase employee morale and retention during tough economic times, wellness has taken an important role in today’s business environment. A number of studies have proven that investing in employee wellness results in a reduction of healthcare costs and improvements in productivity and other related areas. But these returns have been proven to only occur if, and only if, employee engagement is high enough to improve outcomes.
The fact is, high employee engagement equals outcomes.
So how do you effectively build or evaluate your employee wellness program to ensure you receive the maximum ROI? This session will cover five key tenets that need to be effectively in play, simultaneously, to achieve high engagement throughout your organization!
In addition to detailing these five tenets, this engaging session will review:
• The research on return on investment of employee wellness;
• Why some wellness programs don’t work;
• The "stages of change" behavior-change model;
• How to use the "stages of change" model to appeal to all employees, no matter what "stage of change" they're at; and
• Reaching higher engagement and how to sustain that engagement.
About the Presenter:
Anne Marie Ludovici (Annie) is a noted author, speaker, wellbeing activist and leading authority in affective personal lifestyle enrichment. Her best-selling book, Winning Health Promotions Strategies, is considered the blueprint for fostering healthy communities everywhere. With a master's degree in Kinesiology and a major in Psychology & Social Aspects of Behavior Change, Annie has been at the forefront of numerous pioneering state and national wellness initiatives, and consults with a wide range of clients—from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, healthcare providers, and state and local governments. Working with today's leading minds in health/wellness and human behavior, she blends academic theory with over 30 years of health and wellness experience to empower meaningful, personal, life-enriching changes that last.
Please join us for what is sure to be an informative and valuable event.
Space is limited, so register today!