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Wellbeing 3.0 Webinar: Top Consultants Talk About the Way Forward in Wellbeing (Part 2)

What are your barriers to change in wellbeing design?

We polled participants at our April and early May “Learn from the Leaders” sessions.

Here’s what we found:

Fully 89% of you are “recalculating your route to better wellbeing.”

More than half see “competing priorities,” as their biggest barrier, closely followed by budget, leadership alignment, and lack of a clear roadmap to get there.

Our next webinar in this series will focus on these challenges. Join wellbeing innovation leaders at Willis Towers Watson: John Bremen, Amy DeVylder Levanat, and Wendy Poirier in discussion with our own Eric Zimmerman.


  • What is driving the employee wellbeing budget now?
  • Where employer needs and employee wants intersect.
  • How wellbeing, culture and performance come together.
  • 3 ways to inspire change that sticks vs just paying for clicks.


  • John Bremen, Managing Director and Chief Strategy, Innovation & Acceleration Officer, WTW
  • Amy DeVylder Levanat, Senior Director, Innovation & Acceleration, WTW
  • Wendy Poirier, Global Wellbeing Leader, WTW

Moderated by Eric Zimmerman, MPH MBA, Chief Innovation & Commercialization Officer, Kumanu


Eric Zimmerman

Eric Zimmerman, MPH, MBA

Chief Innovation & Commercialization Officer

Eric Zimmerman 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.

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