Manasquan NJ USA -- November 7, 2007: Senior management support of health and wellness programs is a critical element to the success of such initiatives. The top-down support of health and wellness programs drives employees to participate and engage in efforts to improve their health.
Driven by healthcare cost increases that are eating into corporate profits, companies that embrace a culture of health across their organization not only improve the health of their employees and benefit from its related impact on productivity, but also improve corporate profitability and shareholder value.
During Creating a Culture of Health by Engaging the C-Suite and Employees To Promote Better Health, a 90-minute webinar on December 4, 2007, an expert panel of speakers will describe the key steps in creating a culture of health that engages both the C-suite and employees.
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Gregg Lehman, Ph.D., president and CEO of HealthFitness and David Senisbaugh, director of integrated health at Eastman Chemical Company, will provide the inside details on:
- The steps in creating a culture of health;
- Engaging the C-suite and the employee to promote better health;
- Assessing ROI resulting from a culture of health; and
- A case study on successfully creating a culture of health.
Who Will Benefit?
CEOs, medical directors, wellness professionals, human resources professionals, disease management directors, managers and coordinators, health plan executives, care management nurses, business development executives and strategic planning directors.
Submit Your Questions:
You are invited to submit your questions in advance of the program to
ensure that your questions are answered. Please e-mail your questions to email@example.com no later than noon on November 30, 2007. We
will attempt to answer your questions during the conference. However, time constraints limit the number of questions
that can be answered during the live Q&A so be sure to get your questions in early.
Team-Wide Training at Its Best (and most cost- and
Gather your team around the table on December 4, 2007 for one low single-participant price.
There is no limit on the number of participants from your office; the
registration fee covers one dial-in for the audio and one computer connection for the webinar. For discount pricing on additional phone lines and webinar connections, contact our customer service line at
Program materials, the call access number and links for the presentation files will be provided approximately one week
before the program date via e-mail.
Can't make it on December 4th?
Order the audio CD and written materials or choose the On-Demand