JULY 15, 2021
To help us achieve this vision we set strategic goals, key of which include:
- Grow by increasing membership, improving services and continuing innovation
- Partner with other Massachusetts and national professional organizations
- Foster the adoption of best practices through innovative programs and resources
- Provide thought leadership on worksite health promotion topics
- Liaise with other health promotion organizations interested in advancing worksite health promotion
In support of these priorities, we’ve been in discussions with the National Wellness Institute (NWI), a worldwide voice of the wellness community and distinguished leader in providing professional development and engagement opportunities that drive multidimensional, multicultural, high-level wellness strategies. Together we explored ways we can collaborate to achieve our mutual goals, as we each seek opportunities to partner with like-minded organizations, to learn from each other and connect to expertise across multiple disciplines.
As a result of these conversations, I’m very excited to announce that WWCMA and NWI have signed a partnership agreement that will enable us to provide our existing and new members with even greater value, including access to exceptional resources from a national wellness leader.
The critical role of emotional, occupational, and physical well-being and high-level wellness initiatives in today’s post-Covid-19 environment will be among the primary topics discussed at the National Wellness Institute’s highly acclaimed 2021 National Wellness Conference. Wellness and health professionals from around the world will gather VIRTUALLY and in person for the 46th annual event scheduled for July 28 and 29. NWI will host the conference from the Crowne Plaza Union Station Hotel in Indianapolis with an array of notable speakers.
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Tuesday, August 17