The Best of Thrive Summit 2019
July 11, 2019 / Corporate Wellness
Even though some time has passed, we’re still super jazzed about this year’s Thrive Summit in New Orleans! Nearly 900 experts, leaders, researchers and practitioners in health and wellbeing, along with a gamut of renowned inspirational keynote speakers, gathered to talk about what’s next in workplace wellness and what challenges employers are facing today. Topics ranged from employee engagement to employee benefits strategies to epigenetics and meditation.
If you weren’t able to make it, there’s always next year! Stay tuned for our Thrive Summit 2020 location and registration. But in the meantime, you can check out webinar replays, tip sheets, and Q&As from our top-rated Thrive Summit presenters.
The Future of Wellbeing
“No Leader can afford to ignore the wellbeing of their employees — if your employees are happy and healthy — your customers are likely to be healthy and happy and that usually makes for a good business.” – Dr. Deepak Chopra
Wellbeing at Work
The wellbeing market is explosive. More than $45 billion is now spent every year on corporate wellbeing solutions, and the number of new ideas is explosive. Hear from renowned industry analyst Josh Bersin on how to build a complete wellbeing strategy.
How Habits Really Work
In this 5-part video series, How Habits Really Work, leading behavior change expert Dr. BJ Fogg invites you to learn key principles and surprising insights in habit formation and how to create and disseminate healthy, productive habits across your workforce.
Prove the Value on Investment for Employee Wellbeing
If you’re ready to implement a winning employee wellbeing program and bring demonstrable results to the table, this playbook will help you shift the equation from ROI to VOI.
Long-Term Wellbeing Strategies Create More Valuable Companies
When it comes to health and wellbeing, Esther Dyson knows what works, and she’s not afraid to prove it. Read her expert insights on how longterm investments in employee wellbeing drive organizational viability.
Learning to Lead to the Tallest Peaks
Alison Levine’s experiences in extreme environments translated into a keynote that kept everyone on the edge of their seats. There are lots of lessons that today’s business and HR leaders can learn from Levine, and we share a few of the highlights in this exclusive interview.
Help Employees Make Healthier Food Choices at Work
There’s no doubt about it, healthy employees drive high performing organizations. Proper diet and nutrition are key elements to employees’ cognition, ability to focus, energy levels and productivity. Get some help from Dr. Katz!