The Global Workplace Wellness Summit 2018


Learn tools to improve your personal wellness, enhance your clinical skills, and bolster your team dynamics to build resilience and engagement amidst difficult workplace changes, conflicts, and stress.

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November 7 - 9, 2018.

Join the powerful learning and networking Summit happening at the College of San Mateo in the Beautiful Silicon Valley. 

Earn up to 18 SHRM PDC's Recertification credits and 18 BRN CEC's.

Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. The Global Workplace Wellness Summit is valid for 26 PDCs options for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® . For more information about certification or recertification, please visit

Register and enroll your organization to participate in the global workplace wellness conversation.

A comprehensive approach to wellness at work addresses all life dimensions, and enhances the whole person.

Great workplace wellness programs encourage all professional teams to work collaboratively and maximize resources.

In times of difficult changes at work, teams including HR leaders, social workers, health care professionals and others can work together to create a total health and wellness plan for all employees.

Globally Focused, Cutting Edge Content and Timely Topics

Track 1: November 7th
Managing Your Wellness at Work

Even with advances in modern medicine and technology, our emotional, interpersonal, and mental wellness continues to deteriorate, making depression the highest cause of workplace disability around the globe. Goal for this track: Empowering employees to manage their wellness at work and beyond. This track will cover:

  • Reducing and managing Chronic Diseases
  • Personal wellness strategies
  • Mental health issues at work
  • Compassion fatigue

Track 2: November 7th
Designing Viable, Inclusive & Measurable Wellness Systems

While the tradition has been to focus on physical well-being, the acceleration of mental health diseases reminds us that we are multi-dimensional. Our workplace wellness systems should address all those elements with a measurable process. Goal for this track include:

  • Measuring your wellness program results
  • Designing wellness systems
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Human resources goals for wellness

Track 3: November 8th
Increasing Employee Participation in Wellness Programs

In an era of choices and options, your organization should be creative with their wellness programs to ensure they are utilized by most employees for maximum benefit and impact. You get the most value when all your employees can visualize how they fit and can benefit from your program. Learn tips to increase engagement and participation in available wellness programs and opportunities.  This track will focus on areas such as:

  • Creating Inclusive Workplace Wellness Systems
  • Obstacles to workplace wellness Success
  • Leadership and wellness
  •  Bullying and harassment

Track 4: November 8th
Learning from Positive Psychology, Neuroscience and Wellness Coaching

Research informs every aspect of our lives and wellness. The field of positive psychology is less than 20 years old, yet it has made a profound impact on our learning about human interactions and positivism. Neuroscience has also given us a deeper understanding our brain while at work. Health and wellness coaching has also served to inform concrete therapeutic processes, client management strategies and impactful results to accelerate behaviour change, growth, and the success for employees and leaders at work. This track will focus on areas such as:

  • Neuroscience of Wellness
  • Positive Psychology and wellness
  • Health and wellness coaching

Dr. Heidi Hanna

Joyce Odidison, MA, PCC, CTDP

Margaret "Coach Meg" Moore, MBA

Judah Pollack

Deborah Johnson, M.A.

Paul Osincup

Together we will identify the gaps in workplace wellness programs, and discover new ways to enhance existing programs, that are inclusive of a wide range of subject matter expertise, for maximum engagement, so employees can thrive.

Who Should Attend

Benefit Providers

Senior Leadership Professionals

Human Resources Professionals

Organizational Development Professionals

Health & Safety Professionals

Fitness & Personal Coaches

Nurses, Social Workers, and Therapists

Private Health Care Providers 

Health Technology Vendors

Naturopaths & Chiropractors

Wellness Committee Members

Health Care Professionals

Human Resources Professionals

Organizational Development Professionals

Managers & Team Leaders

Health & Safety Professionals

Healthcare professionals

Social workers, therapists

Wellness Committee Members

Wellness experts

Workplace and training and development experts

Fitness & Personal Coaches

Nurses, Social Workers, and Therapists

Private Health Care Providers & Health Technology Vendors

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