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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Monona Terrace | 1 John Nolen Drive | Madison, WI 53703

 
For over 28 years, the Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) has navigated the ever-evolving worksite wellness industry bringing guidance to our members. This year, for our 28th Annual Worksite Wellness Conference, we are focusing on providing an experience full of inspiration, exploration, and creation. The day is filled with opportunities to learn about emerging ideas in the next generation of wellness, and how to apply them by building upon your foundational results-oriented strategy. 
 
Join us on October 30 at the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI to connect with your peers and thought leaders for a day of learning and networking.  We’ll give you the tools to make a truly extraordinary impact through your work by improving employee wellbeing, transforming organizational culture, and creating meaningful experiences for the workplace. This year’s agenda highlights topics such as: positive psychology, culture of wellbeing, built environment, mental health, community, weight stigma, the workplace of the future, exemplary case studies and more. 
 
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Wake up with Sunrise Yoga! 

All Conference attendees are welcome to participate in our Sunrise Yoga on the Grand Terrace the morning of our Annual Conference!

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Keynotes

A New Generation of Wellness: Your Part in the Evolution

Ryan Picarella, CEO, WELCOA

 “I am thrilled to be talking about the evolution of worksite wellness and how WELCOA’s evolved Seven Benchmarks is going to transform the industry.  This is particularly exciting since Wisconsin had a big part in the evolution.”

A Model of Positivity for Extraordinary Workplaces

MJ Shaar, MAPP

 “I am most excited to share 3 concrete strategies that can be easily implemented, even with very low or no budget, so attendees can experience the benefit of happy and empowered employees, and an extraordinary workplace.”

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Skill Building Sessions I (10:00 AM)

Embracing the Human Experience to Create a Thriving Workforce

Cheryl Mealey, Mercer Employee Health and Benefits

The Workplace of the Future: An Ideation Session

Michelle Spehr, The Benefit Services Group, Inc., and Mari Ryan, Advancing Wellness

Champion Mental Health with Voice. Value. Vigilance.

Mettie Spiess, A World Without Suicide

The Science and Art of Corporate Compassion

Aaron Hunnel, High Thrive Wellbeing

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Skill Building Sessions II (11:30 AM)

Exploring the Past and Creating a Meaningful Future for Workplace Wellbeing

Jesse Stukenberg, Bellin Health; Julie Eusebio, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation; Molly Heisterkamp, Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds; Jeff Stieg, Goodwill NCW; Kristin Kipp, Marquette University

$how Me the Money: The Value of Financial Health

Jessica Raddemann, Willis Towers Watson and Beth Stewart, Willis Towers Watson

Navigating the Legal Landscape of Wellness Programs

Charles Stevens, Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP

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Skill Building Sessions III (3:00 PM)

The Inspirers, Explorers, and Creators

Six Extraordinary Thinkers

Weighty Issues in the Workplace

Lori Klos, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Reimagine the WorkPLACE to Inspire Wellbeing

Dan Kalkman, Rinka Chung Architecture

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