The most effective health and wellbeing strategies are comprehensive in nature and offer something for everyone. However, if you do not know who “everyone” is, you may be missing an opportunity to connect and support your people to truly thrive. As focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) grows increasingly important, taking a step back to consider how thinking with a diversity, equity and inclusion mindset can influence the success of your strategy is a step not to be missed. Join this session to learn how to use a DE&I mindset in your work to impact wellbeing.
Define diversity, equity & inclusion and their relationship to wellbeing
Describe how DE&I can influence health and wellbeing program engagement and utilization
Understand how personas can be used as a framework for building relevant approaches for your entire population
Develop an action plan to incorporate DE&I thinking into wellbeing strategy
This session is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEUs) through NWI and NCHEC, and pending approval for SHRM.
Susan Morgan Bailey calls upon a wealth of knowledge of both the client and vendor sides of health management to advise organizations looking to build supportive cultures that empower individuals to live healthy, engaged lives.
Susan was instrumental in the success of a number of best-in-class health management strategies including initiatives at DTE Energy, Beaumont Health System, Chrysler and in the public health sector. Prior to joining MMA, Susan led the Health and Wellbeing Strategy Consulting team at RedBrick Health. She remains committed to community health improvement through active involvement in the Michigan Wellness Council.
Susan is dedicated to sharing best practices and learning from the field of health and wellbeing. Speaking engagements include presentations at various World Congress events, HERO, National Business Group on Health, and Truven Health Analytics conferences. Susan also serves on the faculty of the National Wellness Institute as a trainer for the Certified Worksite Wellness Program Manager certificate.
Recognized for her passion and enthusiasm, she is on a mission to help others find their own high energy, good health and passion for life!
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