Wellness after Covid-19
November 12, 2020
Learn Key WellnessCompetencies to Fortify Your WorkplaceWellness Programs.
Equip your wellness programs to address the needs of COVID-19!
Participation in workplace wellness programs was at an all-time low prior to the pandemic.
Explore new data that will inform how you can customize and adapt your workplace wellness program and make it more relevant and aligned with the realities of the global health pandemic.
Learn from experts in the field.
Dr. Tyler Amell Keynote Speaker
Dr. Tyler Amell is an internationally recognized thought leader on the topic of workplace health and productivity. His energetic and thought-provoking speaking style always contributes to a great conference experience. When he is not speaking at events around the world, he is a trusted advisor to organizations, including insurers, service providers, and employers, on strategic and integrated workplace health and productivity
Mari Ryan, MBA, MHP is the CEO and founder of Advancing Wellness and is an expert in worksite well-being. She leverages over 30 years of business experience in various marketing, consulting, and executive roles across a variety of different industries. For the past decade, Ms. Ryan is a workplace well-being strategist, speaker, and award-winning author. For the past 15 years, she has been creating healthier businesses and impacting the lives of employees, through her consulting work and speaking on worksite well-being.
Joyce Odidison is a Thought Leader on Workplace Interpersonal Dynamics and Wellness Competency Mindset Teaching. She is a Conflict Analyst, Coach, and corporate speaker, and trainer for 24 years. Joyce helps organizations address interpersonal conflict, stress, diversity, inclusion, and psychological safety at work to promote relational well-being. She is a frequent TV guest expert. Joyce is President & CEO of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc., Founder, and host of the annual Global Workplace Wellness Summit, and What’s Happening at Work podcast. She is Coach Training Director, with her own ICF-approved coach training program.
Victoria Grainger, MBA, BPE, PTS, HWL, is a passionate advocate for the impact well-being has on performance. She is the founder and CEO of Wellness Works Canada, a non-profit association that empowers, educates, and supports workplace wellness practitioners and employers in building healthy, high-performing work cultures. Victoria has worked in the field of health promotion and population health for 20 years.
Alex La Via
From Zoom fatigue to ‘always on’ working, a strong digital culture is a strategic advantage for employee well-being and performance. Alex La Via is the founder of Live More Offline, a company specializing in workplace training to help organisations create a digital culture that supports employee well-being, performance, and creativity. The Live More Offline approach is rooted in the evidence base of neuroscience, mindfulness and behaviour change. It draws on emerging research on the impact of digital technology on focus, memory, creativity, empathy, well-being and sleep.
Gigi Carter provides institutional consulting services to help diverse clients improve the health of their employees, students, and members while helping to save the planet by transitioning to a plant-centered diet. In addition, this published author and recognized industry expert is available to address colleges, organizations, and corporations about the interconnection between physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being—and how what we eat affects how we perform, which impacts the bottom line.
Victoria is the CEO and co-founder of Avidity Wellness Consulting & Events. Along with her partner, she’s developed and executed wellness programs for more than a dozen companies (OH Partners, TGen, Bashas’, DC Ranch Country Club, UNS), has coached over 5,000 employees, and has given over 300 wellness presentations at companies of all sizes. She was awarded Health Coach of the Year by the Wellness Council of Arizona in 2018.
Jo is the Co-Director of Workplace Wellbeing Ltd and has spent 25 years either leading teams or training, coaching, and consulting others to help them to create positive and effective teams that work well together. Jo moved into the wellbeing space in 2017 after meeting with Hannah Airey from Workplace Wellbeing. They discussed the fact that wellbeing isn’t a one-size-fits-all and that by taking a whole-brained approach to wellbeing, organizations are able to put in place a more holistic wellbeing program with higher engagement and success rates.