Seeking Speakers for the 27th Annual Worksite Wellness Conference
Calling all Speakers!
The Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) invites you to submit a proposal to present at 27th Annual Worksite Wellness Conference, September 13, 2017 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We are seeking industry experts and leaders of best-in-class programs. This conference gives you the opportunity to position yourself as a thought leader in the worksite wellness industry and network with over 500 attendees including senior management staff, human resource directors, employee benefit managers, corporate medical staff, wellness team members, and corporate wellness consultants. The Annual Worksite Wellness Conference is a full-day event including inspiring keynotes, engaging breakout sessions, physical activity breaks, networking opportunities, and more!
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We have compiled a sample list of topics to guide you in your proposal submissions:
• How to measure your program in terms of Value of Investment, Return on Value, or Return on Investment.
• Creative programming advancements with best practice ideas: sleep, financial wellness, and resiliency.
• Impact of positive psychology methodology on employee well-being.
• Changes in the workplace built environment to positively impact employee health.
• Current legal implications for worksite wellness.
• Understanding incentive design and participation in wellness programs.
• Programs that focus on components of social well-being including a sense of community.
• Successfully expanding programming to include spouses and dependents.
• Effective health coaching strategies, programs, measurement and evaluation.
• Wellness programs that target specific chronic illness/risk.
• Personalization: How to help each employee meet their health goals while managing the entire workforce.
• The impact of technology advancements on employee health and wellness.
• Programs that nurture the emotional, spiritual and social aspects of well-being.
• Shift from compartmentalized “programmatic” approaches to “culture” wide integrated wellness strategies.
• Changing the Message: Creative marketing and promotional strategies for your program.
• The science behind behavior change interventions and intrinsic motivational concepts.
• The influence of health literacy on reach and success of programming.
Proposals due February 13th, 2017.
If you have any questions please direct them to Jessica Raddemann at firstname.lastname@example.org or Katie Reiels at email@example.com.