Every year, more employers are recognizing the importance of offering an employee wellbeing program. In fact, a report from the National Business Group on Health from 2018 discovered the average amount spent on employee incentives for these types of programs have increased to $784 per employee (a 50% jump since 2013), and 67% of employers plan to expand their wellbeing solutions over the next three to five years.
A rapidly growing body of evidence suggests that organizational and individual health and resilience have one common denominator: a strong, self-transcendent sense of purpose.
Organizations today face unprecedented challenges when it comes to engaging and developing their most valuable asset: people.
In the workplace, financial and non-financial motivators are used to drive engagement and performance. Motivation is highly personal and differs for each employee. Use this knowledge to inform your choice of benefits offered and the type of motivation tactics used to get the best results out of each of your people for greater engagement and performance.
It’s the manager. No really, it’s the manager. In their State of the American Manager Report, Gallup attributes 70% of the variation between great workplace engagement and poor workplace engagement to the quality of the manager or team leader.
Join this science and story-packed session for HERO to gain timely insights on ways to transform your approach to engagement and change. Companies are increasingly harnessing the power of purpose to create a more authentic connection with their people and to unify their health and talent strategies.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on adults over 50 adds to the rapidly growing body of scientific evidence showing that a sense of purpose in life positively influences our overall physical and emotional wellbeing — as well as our longevity.
While most of the publication focuses on what colleges can do to get their students ready to have a successful, purposeful life, their findings extend past higher education audiences and also contain important information for organizational leaders and talent managers.
“Finding purpose can be a daunting task for many. We designed Purposeful to dramatically simplify the process, and to connect purpose to daily actions by catalyzing behavior change with intrinsic motivation. It’s scalable, sustainable, and leverages AI and machine learning in unique ways to create a highly personal experience.” -Dr. Vic Strecher
Kumanu’s founder and chief purpose officer will share results of over 150 scientific studies and their implications for organizations’ health and people strategies, and will preview Kumanu’s new platform for building purpose at scale
The Silicon Valley Employers Forum, a non-profit coalition, comprised of the most powerful and influential high-tech global benefits employers, is proud to celebrate its 25th year anniversary in 2019.
In this webinar, featuring world-renowned leader in the field of purpose-driven behavior change Vic Strecher, PhD, you will learn the latest developments in the groundbreaking field of purpose science and take away some simple steps to help you and your organization unlock the power of purpose.