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WCWI Collaborates with Expert Partners to Elevate Employee Wellbeing in Wisconsin

Elevating Employee Wellbeing in Wisconsin: WCWI's Collaboration with Expert Partners to Empower the State's Workforce

In the dynamic landscape of workplace well-being, collaboration, and expertise are paramount to fostering holistic, impactful strategies. The Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) understands this fundamental truth and has embarked on a journey to empower its statewide members through strategic partnerships with subject matter experts. This collaboration not only enriches WCWI's member community but also sets a new standard for inclusive and innovative approaches to workplace well-being in Wisconsin.

At the heart of WCWI's initiative lies a commitment to aligning with Expert Partners who share their core values, vision, and mission. By teaming up with Wisconsin-based specialists across various dimensions of well-being, WCWI ensures that its members gain access to localized expertise tailored to their unique needs. These partnerships transcend traditional boundaries, offering a multi-disciplinary perspective that enriches the well-being narrative in the state.

WCWI's Expert Partners span diverse fields, including Financial Wellbeing, Positive Psychology and Culture, and Workplace Sustainability. Each partner brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, contributing to WCWI's mission of fostering thriving workplace cultures. By leveraging these partnerships, WCWI equips its members with the tools and insights needed to navigate the complexities of modern-day workforce challenges.

WCWI’s Expert Partner: Francis LLC,  focusing on The Financial Wellness Impact: Collecting Financial Wellness Survey Data to Drive Change. 

WCWI’s Expert Partner: Hoffmaster Group, focusing on The Science of Joy at Work: Integrating Positive Psychology into Workplace Culture 

WCWI’s Expert Partner: Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), focusing on Strategic Planning for Sustainable Well-being: Aligning Resources for Success.

The benefits of WCWI's collaboration with subject matter experts are tangible and multifaceted. Through regional workshops led by experts, WCWI members gain valuable insights and practical strategies to enhance their well-being initiatives. These workshops not only offer professional development opportunities but also facilitate meaningful connections among members, fostering a sense of community and shared learning.

Registration is now open for individual workshop sessions or regional series. Workshops are open to all. 
WCWI Members and students enjoy discounted rates for learning opportunities.

In addition to workshops, WCWI provides its members with exclusive access to resources and tools curated by expert partners. These resources are designed to support organizations in implementing evidence-based practices that promote employee well-being. From collecting financial data to strategies for fostering a positive work culture, WCWI ensures that its members have access to best-in-class resources that drive meaningful change.

Additionally, WCWI provides a platform for direct interaction between members and expert partners through specialized Q&A sessions and member resource groups. These interactive opportunities allow members to seek tailored advice, pose queries, and share thoughts in a collaborative setting. By bridging the knowledge-application gap, WCWI empowers its members to implement lasting well-being strategies that align with their organization's values.

In summary, WCWI's partnership with Expert Partners showcases the strength of collective effort in enhancing workplace well-being. Leveraging the skills of local experts, WCWI enables its members to nurture cultures of health, resilience, and engagement. Amid the evolving well-being landscape, WCWI remains committed to promoting cooperation, fostering innovation, and shaping a promising future for workplaces throughout Wisconsin.


WCWI Regional Workshops are approved for SHRM, CHES, & NWI continuing educations units.


This program is valid for 2 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 2 total Category I contact education contact hours. The National Wellness Institute (NWI) has approved the Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI)  to provide 2 Category 1 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) hours for NWI certification holders.

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