Livestream: Employee needs have changed. Has your wellbeing strategy?
As the cracks that previously existed in employee wellbeing strategies before COVID grow into wider gaps, organizations today face long- and short-term challenges unlike anything before:
- Build emotional wellbeing and better mental health
- Nurture a supportive, inclusive, and authentic culture
- Attract and retain talent amid a historic resignation wave
- Navigate cross-generational demands for remote work flexibility
- Keep people healthy, safe, thriving, and connected to your company’s purpose.
These may appear to be disconnected concerns to some but they all deeply depend on your ability to recenter your wellbeing strategy around bridging gaps in emotional and social wellbeing.
In this Livestream, we’ll discuss what’s working in employee wellbeing today and how to prepare for the future of work:
- Share a pulse of the American workforce highlighting what organizations must provide to keep their people engaged
- Uncover the role essential needs play in employee wellbeing
- Discover how organizations are handling the widening gaps between what employees expect and what employers offer
- Learn how Greenpath is putting its people first and experiencing groundbreaking employee engagement.
SVP, Culture & Wellbeing Practice Leader, Marsh & McLennan Agency
Susan Morgan Bailey is a high energy leader with more than 20 years of experience in health, benefits and education settings. In her role as Senior Vice President, Culture & Wellbeing Practice Leader at Marsh & McLennan Agency, she calls upon her experience to help organizations build supportive cultures that empower individuals to live healthy, engaged lives. Prior to joining MMA, Susan consulted on and led wellbeing initiatives in a variety of settings from manufacturing to healthcare. Susan is a Certified CultureTalk™ Partner, SHRM-SCP and SPHR certified and holds a BS in Education and a MS in Health Promotion. Recognized for her passion and enthusiasm, she is on a mission to help others live with high energy, good health and passion for life!
President & CEO, Greenpath
Kristen Holt believes that financial wellness is a cornerstone of people’s ability to achieve their full potential, that improved access to better financial tools and services will improve the lives of all Americans and can be achieved through collaboration, networked communities and human-centered design. Kristen brings a lifetime of experience and insight to this work. Her career leading global corporate enterprises, managing mergers & acquisitions, and helping to transform traditional nonprofits into innovative organizations, prepared her for the financial wellness work of GreenPath. She is passionate and driven to empower all people to take control of their finances, so that they can pursue their dreams. Her leadership sets a tone of integrity, compassion and a deep commitment to positive change in the world.
Director of Resourceful and Market Solutions, ProMedica
In his role, Anthony is responsible for the product development and commercialization of next-generation digital health and wellbeing solutions. Anthony is also responsible for shaping ProMedica’s work in the social determinants of health, including food insecurity, clinical integration, workforce development and place-based community initiatives. He has a background in retail operations with extensive experience in new store development which helped contribute to the opening of Market on the Green, a full-service grocery market that ProMedica opened in 2015 to help eliminate a food desert in UpTown Toledo. Since the opening of the Grocery store, Anthony’s role has spanned several initiatives including providing consulting services to organizations across the country interested in implementing social determinants of health programs for their communities.
Chief Innovation & 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.