Virtual Learning: Workplace Financial Wellness: Delivering financial confidence to your employees
Thank You to Our Event Sponsor:
Financial wellness programs provide tangible benefits to the businesses that offer them, including
greater employee satisfaction, improved productivity, lower turnover rates and potentially
decreasing company healthcare costs. Educating your employees to help them make better
informed financial decisions is a first step toward improving productivity and driving employee
engagement. This workshop will focus on the benefits and value of a workplace financial wellness
program, in addition to the elements necessary to build and manage a successful implementation.
Our learning objectives for the event will be:
- Benefits of providing Workplace FW program
- FW program components
- Designing and delivering an optimal FW program
August 13, 2020
Program 12:30-1:30 PM
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email
Free to everyone
Adam leads the strategy and service delivery for Financial Wellness programs as an outsourced service component of his Ameriprise Financial franchise practice.Prior to becoming an Ameriprise financial advisor in 2002, he enjoyed a successful 19-year career in executive sales and business development for companies such as Sun Microsystems, i2 Technologies and PeopleSoft based in New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, DC.Adam’s background is ideally suited for developing and delivering a workplace financial wellness program to corporate clients and his knowledge and experience has enabled the success of Workplace programs at Dell Technologies, Juniper Networks, EMC Corporation, IBM and Siebel Systems.
Brook is a financial advisor for Landing Point Financial Group in the
greater Cleveland area. Prior to becoming a financial advisor, he
enjoyed a successful institutional capital markets career as an equity
trader and industry
specialist focusing on the industrial and basic material sectors.
Brook’s background is well suited for guiding clients through an ever
changing and increasingly more complicated financial landscape. His
experience, goals based approach, and desire to educate
provides a backdrop for lasting relationships.
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