Leveraging Workplace Health and Wellness to Attract, Engage, and Retain Talent

The Conference Board, Inc., March 8, 2016
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Workplace Health and Wellness is estimated to be a booming $6 billion industry, poised to permeate 78% of workplaces in 2016. These statistics are indicative of more organizations recognizing workplace health and wellness programs as high-impact levers for attracting, retaining, and engaging talent. So how can organizations best design and optimize their health and wellness programs to capture the full potential of their investment?

Webinar Highlights

During this webcast, Jim O’Hern and the leaders of the Organization Development practice at Kaiser Associates, a global consulting firm, will introduce a Maturity Model Framework and best practice approaches to designing strategic health and wellness programs.

About Lilith

Lilith Christiansen is a Vice President at Kaiser Associates and co-leads the firm’s Organization Development Practice. She has led numerous Onboarding Organization Design, Process Improvement, Change Management, Strategic Planning, and Employee Program Redesign projects for leading, global organizations in both public and private sectors.

About Sarah

Sarah Hagerman is a Vice President at Kaiser Associates and co-leads the firm’s Organization Development (OD) Practice. Her specific areas of expertise include Organizational Design and Effectiveness, Culture Assessments, Workforce Analytics, Performance Improvement, Business Process Reengineering, Change Management, and Benchmarking across a wide variety of industries.

About Carol

Carol Nutter is Deputy Director of Human Resources and Talent at Promontory Financial Group in Washington, DC. Her 18 year career in talent management consulting has focused on providing national and global clients with comprehensive solutions to strengthen all phases of the employee lifecycle.

About James

James O’Hern is Executive Director of Member Engagement for the Human Capital Practice at The Conference Board. In this role he coordinates Human Capital Conferences, and Senior Management Councils, as well as interfaces closely on research topic selection and dissemination.

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