Will you be in NYC October 28-29?
Our first live event in over a year is at The Conference Board’s Annual Employee Health Care Conference in New York City October 28-29. This year’s theme is Transform: Solving for the New Business and Employee Imperatives. We’ll be there in person to present a special panel discussion on the root causes of emotional and social wellbeing – and solutions to address them.
If you’re attending this year’s conference, stop by and say hi, grab a coffee and consider joining us for dinner on October 28th (our treat). While we are happy to share how we can re-energize your organization’s wellbeing strategy, we’re just as happy to be socializing once again!
If you haven’t signed up for the conference, we can help! Email Dennis Bricker at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about our complimentary passes and/or let him know you’d like to join us for dinner..
About the Session
Wellbeing at a Crossroads: A New Route to Reach the Root Causes of Emotional and Social Wellbeing
“Less than a third of employers think their wellbeing programs have supported workers through COVID-19,” according to a Willis Towers Watson survey of 494 employers. During this session, you will learn about the latest research on a new model to produce better emotional and social wellbeing, resilience, belonging, dignity and retention. Gain insights from one visionary employer on a mission to fill these voids and build a more authentic and empowering employee experience.
Chief Administrative Officer, ProMedica
Karen Strauss is chief administrative officer for ProMedica. In this role, she is responsible for integrating the businesses, supporting operations and developing growth strategies for the organization.
Strauss holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowling Green State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
Chief Innovation Officer and Chief Commercialization Officer, Kumanu
Eric brings global experience in design, launch, and commercialization of breakthrough digital health solutions focused on population health, connectivity, community, and collaboration. Before joining Kumanu, Eric led strategic marketing, product management, business development, and behavior design as Chief Marketing Officer at RedBrick Health. He previously held leadership roles at RelayHealth, Mirixa, Medscape and StayWell. Eric earned his B.A. in Ecology Behavior and Evolution at UCSD’s Revelle College, his MPH in Behavior Science and Health Education from UCLA, and his MBA from Pepperdine University.