DENVER--()--Organization health, the strategy of connecting profitability to employee health and performance, is rapidly gaining relevance with leaders seeking to identify a productive business advantage. When employees feel better, they perform better, and when they perform better, there is a positive impact on the bottom line. Regardless of where impending healthcare reform takes us — or when — the business community needs to rally to instigate changes in employee programs proven to slow the cost spiral and reclaim profits.
The Leadership Engagement Summit was designed to address employee engagement opportunities through ground-breaking methods and sustainable innovations in health and behavior-based programs. The accredited Summit, held at the Cable Center at the University of Denver on November 7, 2012 and broadcast live via C-Suite TV’s global online connection, offers a premier venue for businesses of all sizes to learn and share ideas in a collaborative environment.
The Summit’s goal is to refine organization health strategies, reveal population health improvement interventions and weigh productive advantage business models to improve the economic wellbeing and quality of life for participants. Seven leadership roundtables will explore next-generation standards, tools, techniques and high-value workforce wellbeing strategies. Faculty consists of top national talent who have developed and/or implemented programs that are effectively bending the cost curve — including healthcare, HR and non-profit executives, economic development directors, government officials and academicians. Continuing education credits are planned for physicians, healthcare executives and human resources associates who participate either onsite or online — with access to full content for one year.
After gaining insights from the perspective of CEO, CFO, HR leader and C-Suite teams, Summit participants will leave prepared to implement a multi-year workforce wellbeing strategic action plan and leadership engagement campaign. Adopting game-changing approaches will invariably improve clinical outcomes, increase employee satisfactionm “bend the trend” on rising medical costs, boost productivity and create a competitive and workforce productive advantage.
More information, including agenda, faculty, learning objections and registration are available at www.LeadershipEngagementSummit.com.