Skill Building Session I
Title: Presenting with Impact to Make your Personal Story Matter.
Speaker: Abigail Nadler, CHES, CWWPM, Account Executive, Employee Benefits, M3 Insurance
Description: There are times as a wellness professional when your desired outcomes could use a boost. From the basics of employee engagement to the complex journey of asking for budget increase in your wellness program. Often an impactful narrative can be the difference between success and failure in reaching your goals. Join this session to learn how to frame your “ask” to better identify with your audience. By getting personal with your delivery to sell your goals, you can get the WIN for your program.
- Identifying ways to make your story connect
- Avoid common presentation pitfalls
- Structuring your call to action
- Learn how to make the sale
Abigail Nadler is an Account Executive in the Madison office of M3 Insurance. Specializing in employee benefits, Abigail coordinates ongoing service for clients to ensure that their coverage meets their needs. She consults with and advises clients about the design, implementation and management of their benefit programs. Abigail earned a Bachelor of Science degree in health promotion and wellness with a double minor of occupational health & safety and psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Beginning her career at M3 in 2005, Abigail has been instrumental in helping M3 pioneer in the creation of wellness programs in Wisconsin. In 2007, Abigail was honored with the opportunity to
work with the State of Wisconsin to develop their employee worksite wellness program plan. In January 2017, Abigail was promoted to her current position as Account Executive.Abigail was chosen as one of WELCOA’s Top 100 Health Promotion Professionals in the United States in 2015. She holds designations as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) designation and a Certified Worksite Wellness Program Manager (CWWPM) through the National Institute of Wellness. In addition, she is a certified trainer for the Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit and is certified by the American Lung Association as a Smoking Cessation Facilitator. Abigail holds faculty status with the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA). She is also an active member on the Board of Directors for several industry organizations, including: the Wellness Council of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Physical Activity and Nutrition Program (WIPAN) and the Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles (WIPHL). She has had a key role in leading statewide presentations on the legal issues in worksite wellness programming and the promotion of Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit. Throughout her career, she has presented on behalf of state and national organizations such as WELCOA, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).