WCWI’s 32nd Annual Employee Wellbeing Conference
Believe. Craft. Cherish. Act.
Boldly uniting with four guiding principles to strengthen what tomorrow looks like for employee wellbeing
Pre-Conference | Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Conference | Wednesday, October 12, 2022
Milwaukee Center for Performing Arts | Wisconsin Center District | Milwaukee, WI
Each Fall season, WCWI hosts the largest conference in the Midwest specific to employee wellbeing. We welcome hundreds of people leaders, wellbeing strategists, cutlure designers, and other wellness professionals to grow as leaders, strategists, and change-makers in employee wellbeing.
This event has been an approved annual provider for continuing education units for NWI, SHRM, and CHES.
WCWI’s four guiding principles hold us all accountable to create meaningful, impactful, and sustainable employee wellbeing strategies. The principles emphasize a mindset that positions the wellbeing of your people as the ultimate outcome and they form a frame for bold action. To be bold is to take risks, to be confident and brave, and to go beyond the usual limits of conventional action. As the future of work continues to unfold – infused with the complexities and experiences of the world around us – let’s boldly unite with these four principles and strengthen what tomorrow looks like for the wellbeing of our people, our organizations, and our communities.
Join us at WCWI’s 32nd Annual Employee Wellbeing Conference: Believe. Craft. Cherish. Act. for an inspiring learning and networking experience where you will build connections with your WCWI community, hear stimulating keynotes and session speakers, and share in imaginative ideas with mainstage “change the narrative” talks modeled after a TED talk-style experience.
Registration for WCWI's 32nd Annual Employee Wellbeing Conference Opens Soon!
WCWI's Change the Narrative Talks are a new experience for 2022! As the future of work continues to unfold - infused with the complexities and experiences of the world around us - WCWI's Change the Narrative Talks will highlight individuals who have ideas or stories that describe boldness, bravery, and are beyond the usual limits of conventional thinking and action for employee wellbeing. They will also expand upon and showcase the mindset of WCWI's Guiding Principles in action.
WCWI believes that as a field, we must reframe wellbeing through a wider and deeper lens and that will contribute to employee wellbeing being valued as a fundamental strategy and business priority for all organizations. Through the Change the Narrative Talks, the brave and innovative voices of our members and leaders and experts in our field will actively change the narrative of employee wellbeing.
Apply to share your leading voice during WCWI’s Change the Narrative Talks!
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