You set out to make an impact.
You’re passionate about wellness and helping your employees succeed. Now that headlines are screaming “wellness doesn’t work”, you may be getting questions from your leadership team wondering about the true value of wellness. Maybe you don’t know how to articulate the value wellness brings. Maybe you know you need to get out of your silo and make new connections. Maybe you enjoy what you do and don’t see the need to change things up. Regardless of how you feel, the newest wellness studies are forcing us to take a hard look at where we’ve been and where we’re going.
Want to explore new avenues, ask fresh questions and build new skills? Come and learn about shifting your role from wellness practitioner to integrator. As an integrator, you’re taking wellness out of a silo and bringing it to everyday work situations. You’re maximizing channels that already exist instead of creating new ones. You’re building a value proposition that resonates with your leadership.
It’s hard and scary to challenge the way we always do things, especially if you work in or with an organization that doesn’t want to evolve. That’s why you need support! Join Jen Arnold for an in depth workshop to explore the role of the integrator.
- Practice the skills (curiosity, listening and emotional intelligence) you need to successfully integrate wellbeing in your organization.
- Identify the integration points throughout your organization.
- Uncover how to create a unique wellness value proposition for your organization.
- Map out your first steps to take in your organization.
This program is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEUs) through NWI, HRCI, and NCHEC.
Jen Arnold, MS, RD/LDN is host of the Redesigning Wellness podcast where she interviews experts on the topic of organizational health. Jen’s on a mission to change the common approach to employee health and wellness. To support this mission, she facilitates employee training that addresses leadership, resilience and mindfulness. For the 16 years prior to starting her own business, Jen led organizational health and wellness efforts and advised employers how to start them. Most recently, she worked at Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC for over 8 years leading a team of health promotion professionals. Jen is a Tedx speaker who uses stories, activities and humor to not only make a point but to keep audiences engaged and listening. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband and two children.