Join the Employee Engagement Conversation at our Wellbeing Conference on April 25
We’re gearing up for our fourth annual Wellbeing Conference: Enhancing Employee Engagement on April 25 at the Music City Center. This year, we will focus on ways to build a workplace with happier, healthier, more engaged employees.
Gallup reports that 70% of employees are disengaged in their jobs, costing companies $300 billion annually. With these staggering stats, it’s no wonder that improving employee engagement has created such a buzz in the past few years. Enhancing employee engagement within your company has substantial implications for your organization’s growth and recruitment and retention strategy, and is paramount for creating a culture of workplace wellbeing.
We hope you’ll consider joining us, as we dive into the latest science behind employee engagement and the connection to wellness-driven outcomes that can shape workplace wellbeing programs. Attendees will learn innovative ways to engage their employees in workplace wellbeing programs and take away practical applications, including digital health tools and leader development tips.
This year’s keynote speakers include:
Brad Shuck: Dr. Shuck will share innovative research on the practice of engagement and its natural connection to wellness-driven outcomes. Learn how specific leader behaviors can drive employee engagement–bolstering employee health and commitment throughout your organization.
Mark Berman: Digital health tools are changing the way we manage our health and wellness. Dr. Berman will offer a physician’s perspective on the pros and cons of popular digital health tools that are used to alter lifestyle habits and improve wellbeing. Take away ideas to motivate and engage your employees using technology.
Mike Edgeworth: Dr. Edgeworth will provide introductory comments on the impact of an employee’s wellbeing on engagement, satisfaction and productivity in the workplace. He’ll also address the importance of employers taking a role in helping to address and improve employees’ overall health.
Who Should Attend
Paradigm Group’s 2018 Wellbeing Conference is geared toward executives and human resources professionals of midsize to large employers. This program is valid for 2.5 HR (general) credit hours for HRCI and SHRM re-certification. Register online here.