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Reframing Wellbeing through a Culture Where Everyone Matters

Zach Mercurio, Ph.D, Author & Consultant Purposeful Leadership, Meaningful Work & Positive Organizations


Feeling like you matter at work isn’t a generational preference or “nice to have." It's a fundamental human need and is found to be a critical predictor for well-being and fulfillment. Creating regular experiences of mattering is a skill-set that leaders in any position can learn. Through the development of your own self-awareness and the adoption of habits to support an ongoing practice of mattering, you will begin to lead your organization on the journey to reframe wellbeing.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Discover the three ingredients for creating mattering and why they're vital for personal and organizational well-being
  • Learn how to create a culture of significance in your organization from any position
  • Understand how to make people feel noticed, affirmed, and needed every single day
  • Learn about your own mattering skills and create an action plan for creating more meaningfulness around you

WCWI is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEUs) through NWI, NCHEC, and SHRM.


Speaker Biography: 

Zach Mercurio is an author, researcher, and consultant specializing in purposeful leadership, meaningful work, mattering, and positive organizational development.

He wrote "The Invisible Leader: Transform Your Life, Work, and Organization with the Power of Authentic Purpose" to provide individuals, leaders, and organizations with the tools to activate their purpose and create cultures where everyone matters. It was praised by Arianna Huffington as "a compelling book filled with powerful stories, cutting-edge research, and practical tools that show us how to lead with purpose."

In his work with over 150 global companies, non-profits, schools, and universities around the world, Zach helps forge purposeful leaders and provides practical tools to cultivate positive organizational and team cultures that enable more meaning, motivation, and well-being.  
Some of his clients and partners have included Hewlett-Packard, the Food and Drug Administration, Caterpillar, The National Park Service, The Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, Crocs, and The Alzheimer's Association.

Zach earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado where he serves as an Honorary Fellow in the Department of Psychology's Center for Meaning and Purpose and as an Instructor in the School of Education.

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