WWCMA19 Conference Experience

WWCMA19 Conference Experience

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This timely resource will help you plan for a great experience and stay up-to-date with all the news you need to know about our
Annual Conference.
NEWS TO KNOW

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There’s Still Time to Register for WWCMA19

We’re only weeks away from WWCMA19, the premier health promotion and wellness conference in Massachusetts. Preparations are actively under way as the speakers finalize their notes, exhibitors prepare their giveaways, sponsors ready their displays, and our volunteers check off their to-do lists.  How about you? Go through your conference checklist and get ready for a day that will educate, motivate and invigorate you to apply the practice of resilience in both your professional and personal lives. 

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Limited Spots Available 

Resilience Facilitator Certification Program

We’ve partnered with Dr. Joel Bennett, President of Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems, to deliver a member-only Resilience Facilitator Certification Program, “Resilience & Thriving” taking place in January 2020.  This 4.5 hour online course facilitated by Dr. Bennett is for those who wish to train, teach or coach others on their journey of resilience and well-being. Professionals in wellness, human resources, employee assistance, education, prevention specialists, and those working in public health, military, and many other professions have enjoyed taking this course. Some use the material to teach modules in stress, resilience, and thriving, while others use them in their personal coaching practices. As part of registration, you will receive Dr. Bennett’s book, Raw Coping Power.  We’ve secured a special reduced rate for WWCMA members of $439.

Enrollment for this certification course will only be offered at the October 3 WWCMA19 Conference. Spots are limited to 20 members and will be on a first-come first-serve basis. Dr. Bennett and WWCMA will have a table set-up after his morning session to sign-up. Payment is due at the time of registration.
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KEYNOTE SPONSORS

Keynote Sponsor for:
Victor J. Strecher, Kumanu

 

HUB International

HUB helps businesses prepare for the unexpected. With specialists in all lines of insurance and local expertise, we work with clients to develop comprehensive multi-year strategies that support their goals while managing costs and compliance. More...

Keynote Sponsor for: 
Megan McDonough, Kripalu

 

AllWays Health Partners

A new kind of health plan built on the idea that insurance companies can work better. We’re offering a new approach — one that gives you more of what you want (like a strong and growing network, easy-to-understand plans, and speedy customer service) plus a few things you might not have ever expected — like our performance guarantees and customer loyalty program. More...
DID YOU KNOW?

 

Mental Health Services take a Global Stage

Another top company CEO, Kevin Johnson of Starbucks, publicly announced a commitment to mental health and put it on global leadership’s agenda. Companies like Starbucks whose strategy is to address mental heath by focusing on prevention - not just treatment - should be attending #WWCMA19 on October 3.  Per Johnson, "We believe this is a societal problem and we want to take steps within Starbucks for our partners to break the stigma of mental health, acknowledge that it exists, and do some creative things to provide services to those in need,” the CEO said.
   
Article: Starbucks to offer mental health services as new employee benefit
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The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth.