The Cost/Benefit of a Psychologically Healthy Workplace
Date: Thursday, April 11th, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
What is meant by a psychologically healthy workplace and how do you measure where you fit on a continuum from weak to strong?
The benefit of an in-depth culture of psychological health has strong data-driven support. Potential gaps and omissions in the workplace can threaten your recruitment and retention, workplace safety, employee satisfaction, productivity, and health spend.
Attend this conference and learn from experts in the field how to assess and fortify the psychological health of your workplace. You will gain meaningful insight, strategies and resources to enhance your understanding and empower you with the tools to know, recognize and affect change in your workplace.
Introduction to psychological health with a focus on EAP, daily living support, and how to form strategic partnerships to enhance your cultural reach across your workforce and beyond.
· Dr. Joel R. Gecht, President and CEO, IMPACT Solutions (EAP and Work/Life Firm)
Creating a psychologically healthy workplace from a number of different perspectives and initiatives.
· Kim Hauge, Director of Employee Wellness, Kent State University
· Marc Blaushild, President and CEO, Famous Supply
· Rebecca (Becky) Rhubottom, Associate Vice President, Executive Recruiting, Nationwide Insurance
· Sharon Johnson, Director, Executive and Talent Pipeline, Nationwide Insurance
· Christine Young, MSSA,LSW - Supervising Associate, Total Rewards, Ernst & Young
Strategic Roundtable Discussion Focus (Includes Audience Q & A):
· Value Proposition and ROI potential;
· Risks associated with gaps and omissions; and
· Steps involved in gaining organizational buy-in (up and down)
· Dr. Gecht, Ms. Hauge, Mr. Blaushild, Ms. Rhubottom, Ms. Johnson, Ms. Young and Trish Krewson, CHRO and General Counsel (Signature Health)
For more information on our speaker and their bios, click here
Registration & Networking: 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (Continental Breakfast provided)
Program/Q&A: 8:30 AM -12:00 PM
Location: Great Lakes Science Center (601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland)
Free parking to those who park in the Great Lakes Science Center garage
Cleveland SHRM: $50.00
Students/Members in Transition: $20.00 (For code contact Pam Smith at 216-533-3661)
This program will be submitted to HRCI and SHRM for recertification credits
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