[ ABOUT THE EVENT ]
It’s 2023, and we are in a place where the pandemic left our people more vulnerable to burnout and stress than they ever were before. The focus on wellbeing has completely changed and what was once offered as a company benefit is now a key strategy for growth & employee engagement. According to Gallup, 28% of U.S. workers experience regular burnout on the job. And as a result, employees are leaving their jobs to preserve their mental health, leaving companies to lose more talent than seen in prior years.
With this in mind, employees are calling on leaders to prioritize well-being in the workplace. Organizations must equip managers, teams, and employees to create and maintain psychologically safe workplace cultures. When companies develop strategies for managing and supporting employee well-being, they empower people to thrive inside and outside of their workplace. Additionally, businesses with healthy, thriving employees increase retention and productivity.
During achieve Engagement’s Employee Well-Being event, you will learn how to build an environment that proactively promotes and protects employee well-being as well as develop a plan to prepare your company for the well-being-related challenges that are bound to arise in the future.
Join us to learn more about how you can develop a well-being strategy for your organization's future.
Key Event Takeaways:
How to get your leaders on board with new well-being strategies
What an effective mental health culture looks like and how they implemented proactive well-being strategies to reduce burnout.
How to create a psychologically safe and engaged workplace culture that empowers your employees and leaders to lead more fulfilling lives.
[ OUR SPEAKERS ]
[ OUR AGENDA ]
Keynote - Uncover The Hidden & Devastating Microstresses Within Your Organization
We often spend our time solving some of the larger obvious problems that damage our overall well-being, but it's actually the little things that can pile up and create big problems for our people. In fact, small stresses trigger some of the same physical effects that big ones do.
The long-term effect is devastating for your people and the organization. The challenge is understanding what these hidden & devastating microstresses are and what to do about it. The good news is that once you learn about microstress, you can fight back.
Join Rob Cross, and learn how to set your organization free from the microstress that are weighing your people down.
12:10pm EST TO
Impact Accelerator - Designing Preventative Strategies & Preventing Burnout
The onus shouldn’t be solely on individual employees to look after their own mental health. We need effective ways to proactively turn the tide on poor mental health, burnout, and lost productivity – starting from the top.
In this Impact Accelerator, we outline how we can be proactive with our solutions, understand what burnout really means, and the proven strategies to not only reduce burnout, but also how to prevent it.
1:15pm EST TO
Panel Discussion - A Generative Dialogue Around The World Of Employee Well-Being
Impact Accelerator - High Impact, Practical Solutions To Develop A Culture of Wellbeing
Join this session and reflect on how we think and interact with the world of work and how we can adjust our way of working so it engages, empowers, and uplifts us. We believe that implementing a holistic well-being work environment is the first step to creating a world of work that empowers and engages people.
In this Impact Accelerator, we cover the roles of managers and employees in creating and upholding a psychologically safe workplace culture. Additionally, we share strategies on how to create and implement an effective and holistic well-being strategy that improves both managers’ and employees’ well-being.
[ WHY ATTEND ]
FREE to attend, thanks to our incredible event supporters!
Amazing content from an exciting speaker lineup of thought leaders.
Interact with speakers and peers in a LIVE virtual setting.
All registrants get access to the content On-Demand for 30 days.
Earn SHRM & HRCI recertification credits.