Wednesday, April 6, 2022
11:30am - 4:00pm ET


Over the past two years, employers have had a wake up call about the importance of caring for the wellbeing of their people. As work has changed and evolved, we’ve learned, sometimes painfully, that our traditional wellness programs and approaches aren’t nearly enough. The Great Resignation is a wake up call.

While it’s easy to blame the pandemic or remote work, it’s time to face the reality that the way we work is part of the problem. During this virtual experience, we’ll explore why now is the time to be thinking strategically about designing work to amplify well-being. You’ll learn where the biggest challenges and opportunities lie and what you can do to begin making meaningful systemic change at your organization.

Employee Well-Being On Demand

11:30 -11:40 am ET


Jason Lauritsen , Chief Content Officer, achieve Engagement

Maggie Gough , Chief Content Officer, WELCOA

11:40 -11:50 am ET

The Role of the System

Jason Lauritsen, Chief Content Officer, achieve Engagement

11:50 -12:25 pm ET

Executive Panel: Well-Being as a Strategic Imperative

The pandemic revealed vividly the importance of employee well-being to an organization’s success. A concept once thought as a “nice to have” employee perk has suddenly become a central focus in the executive boardroom. In this panel, we’ll learn from some leading organizations about how they are rethinking and redesigning the entire work experience to support and sustain employee well-being.

12:25 -1:45 pm ET

Impact Accelerator: The Opportunities and Challenges of Well-being in 2022

In this Impact Accelerator, you’ll be challenged to think more broadly about the work of well-being. You’ll learn why safety, pay, and mental health should be priorities in 2022 and what actions you can take to make a real impact.

1:45 -2:00 pm ET

WELCOA’s Seven Benchmarks Overview

Maggie Gough, Chief Operating Officer, WELCOA

2:00 -2:05 pm ET


2:05 - 3:25 pm ET

Impact Accelerator: Designing Work for Well-Being

In our second Impact Accelerator, you’ll be inspired by organizations who are actively shaping the work experience to support employee well-being. Through these case studies, you’ll be inspired and guided to take action at your organization.

3:25 - 3:55 pm ET

Well-being for All of Us - Uncovering our Blind Spots to Build a Better Future

In this closing keynote, we'll explore a major blind spot of many corporate wellness and well-being programs. Sherrell Dorsey, author of Upper Hand: The Future of Work for the Rest of Us, will help us understand how marginalized communities are often overlooked or left behind in these efforts. She will share what you can do to ensure that your approach creates the safety, belonging, and dignity to serve ALL of your employees.

3:55 - 4:00 pm ET

Closing Remarks


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