How and Why Coaching Works
As a leader in your organization’s wellness program you are looked to for coaching, guidance and motivation. Although you may not be a health coach, you often find yourself in this role with little or no training. You may even be looking to or already utilize health coaches to enhance your wellness offerings and want to know more about best practices in the industry. Our pre-conference summit, How and Why Coaching Works, featuring Margaret Moore of Wellcoaches Corporation will provide guidance and instruction in these areas. There is growing evidence of the effectiveness of health coaching in fostering lasting, positive behavior change. But many questions surround the variety of methods available and how to measure success. Margaret will discuss trends in coaching and the pros and cons of different coaching methodologies, share best practices in health coaching as part of worksite wellness, and provide an interactive coaching demo. She will also share tips from her new book, Organize Your Mind Organize Your Life, which translates the neuroscience of brain organization into self-coaching tools.
Participants in the pre-conference summit will learn:
• What effective wellness coaching is and how it works;
• The pros and cons of different coaching methodologies and how to measure outcomes;
• Strategies to successfully integrate coaching into a broader worksite wellness program;
• Tips to train your brain to ignore distractions and become more focused, creative, and productive - especially helpful for those who find that they are always helping others.
Registration opens soon and sponsorship opportunities are available! Please contact Theresa Islo, email@example.com, 262.696.3657 to inquire.
Margaret Moore, MBA
Known as "Coach Meg", Moore is the CEO and founder of WellCoaches Corporation. She is also Co-Director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical Schol and co-directs the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference offered by Harvard Medical School. In addition, she co-authored a Harvard Health Book, Organize Your Mind Organize Your Life, a book translating the neuroscience of brain organization into self-coaching tools. She publishes blogs at Psychology Today and Huffington Post and tweets @coachmeg.
For more information, visit www.welcoa.org, Free Resources, Expert Interviews, for the WELCOA News & Views interview with Coach Meg - The Power of Coaching to Improve Employee Health, Creativity & Performance.
The Wellness Council of Wisconsin Annual Well Workplace Award Ceremony will be held in the evening following the Pre-Conference Summit to recognize all Well Workplace Award winners in Wisconsin since the September 25, 2012 ceremony. Details to follow!
Kalahari Resort and Convention Center
1305 Kalahari Dr
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965