Create & Sustain a Culture of Wellness

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jan 19, 2014 Comments Off on Create & Sustain a Culture of Wellness

Online Webinar
Thursday, February 13, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

The business cost of poor health is much higher than most of us realize.  Employee wellness services and corporate health programs are built to help companies analyze health screening and HRA results, design and implement comprehensive wellness programs in three stages: identification, modification and prevention. 

Join Fiona Gathright (C'82), CEO of Wellness Corporate Solutions, to hear advice on:

-What a wellness program entails
-Why wellness programs support employee engagement
-How to create and maintain a successful corporate wellness program
-Pitfalls to avoid when implenting a program

Wellness Corporate Solutions is an award winning woman owned business that builds customized, high impact corporate wellness programs. WCS clients include media companies, law firms, associations, non profits and private employers nationwide.

Fiona Gathright has spent the last 25 years in corporate business management and marketing.  As CEO of WCS, she forges strategic partnerships with clients and develops wellness programs consistent with their objectives. Fiona also writes a popular blog "Corporate Wellness Insights" with up-to-the-minute news of best practices and industry trends, and is sought after for her expertise.  She serves in leadership positions with several organizations, such as the Alliance For Workplace Excellence, and donates a portion of her corporate profits to A Wider Circle, a non profit that provides wellness programs to women and families in shelters. Additionally, Fiona is a Foundation Associate with the Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation (“WBL”). The mission of WBL is to help senior executive women and women board members in the health care and life sciences industries improve their businesses and continue is to help senior executive women and women board members in the health care and life sciences industries improve their businesses and continue to grow professionally.

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