WACONIA, Minn. (PRWEB) September 13, 2018
Building an effective workplace well-being program requires active engagement from executives and shift workers alike, yet there is no clear consensus about the best way to build a workplace culture that supports healthy decisions. The conversation about how to earn full participation will be the focus of HEROForum18, Oct. 2-4 in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.
HERO (the Health Enhancement Research Organization) will draw approximately 500 employer leaders, corporate benefit professionals, and population health experts to the Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa for discussions of best practices, new and emerging trends, case studies, and research designed to help innovative business leaders improve employee health, well-being, and performance during this year’s Forum.
Keynote speakers and panelists at this year’s HERO Forum include:
- Elena Valentine, CEO, Skill Scout
- Diana Han, MD, chief medical officer, GE Appliances
- Shane Jackson, president, Jackson Healthcare
- Jack Groppel, PhD, co-founder, Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute
- Jennifer Bruno, vice president of global health services, Johnson & Johnson
- Gary Bennett, PhD, vice provost and professor, Duke University
- Kate Wolin, ScD, FACSM, chief science officer, Interactive Health
- Eric Langshur, co-founder and managing partner, Abundant Venture Partners
- Seth Serxner, PhD, MPH, chief health officer and senior vice president, Optum
- Marleece Barber, MD, MS, chief medical officer, Lockheed Martin
- Betty-Jo Saenz, MBA, MPH, senior director, benefits, DHL
- Kim Beck, senior benefits professional, LabCorp
- Ron Goetzel, PhD, vice president of consulting and applied research, IBM Watson Health; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Julian Reif, PhD, assistant professor of finance and economics, University of Illinois; faculty research fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research
- Megan Amaya, PhD, CHES, assistant professor of clinical practice, director of health promotion and wellness, The Ohio State University
- Kristi Rahrig-Jenkins, PhD, MPH, research program manager, MHealthy, University of Michigan
- Vic Strecher, PhD, founder and CEO, JOOL Health
- Kate O’Neill, tech humanist
More than 90 additional speakers will provide expertise, share findings from recent research, explore the use of health and well-being best practices, and share real-world stories of program implementation and success during the HERO Forum18. The Forum also features a variety of fitness classes, and networking opportunities for attendees.
Registration information and a complete list of speakers and activities are available at https://forum.hero-health.org/. Follow HERO Forum news and updates on Twitter at #HEROForum18.
For more information:
Barbara Tabor, HERO / (+1 651-450-1342) / firstname.lastname@example.org
About HERO – Based in Waconia, MN, HERO (the Health Enhancement Research Organization) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 corporation that was established in 1997. HERO is dedicated to identifying and sharing best practices that improve the health and well-being of employees, their families and communities. To learn more, visit http://www.hero-health.org. Follow us on Twitter @heroehm, Facebook, or LinkedIn.