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11th Annual MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS CONFERENCE: Making a Healthy Sustainalbe...
Wed, May 24, 2017, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM CDT
The 11th Annual Make It Your Business Employee Health and Wellness Conference: will provide employers, businesses and companies the resources, materials and strategies for developing healthy cultures at their organizations. The Make It Your Business (MIYB) conference will include the Healthy Executive Campaign award ceremony recognizing Tulsa County’s Healthy Executive for 2017, during the MIYB luncheon. The Healthy Executive program recognizes the top Tulsa County senior management executives who support their company’s worksite wellness program while maintaining their own personal commitment to health. This conference will help Oklahoma employers and organizations understand what it takes to create and implement an effective wellness program, how to create a culture of health, and how to inspire and engage your workforce toward behavior change.
The MIYB Conference will cover a host of wellness topics and present best practices in the field from several well-known experts.
Including keynote speaker, David Meinz.
“America’s Personal Health Improvement Expert” David Meinz, MS, RDN, FAND, CSP a frequent guest on radio and television, speaks internationally to audiences about living life to the fullest with maximum energy and health. Author of the books Ten Bonus Years; Wealthy, Healthy & Wise; The Enemy Within; Healthy Sales, and others, David has a Master's Degree in Human Nutrition, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and is a Fellow in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. He's also received the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. Oh, and he’s kind of funny, too!
Properly designed health promotion programs can positively impact an organization’s bottom line. Improving the health of at-risk employees while maintaining the wellness levels of already healthy employees is the key to lower health care costs and higher workplace productivity.
Who Should Attend?
Employer groups of any size
Human Resources personnel
Wellness and prevention coordinators
Workforce health and productivity managers
More Info coming soon.