NEW?ULM - Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project is hosting its Fourth Annual Worksite Summit for area businesses on Thursday, Dec. 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 2012 S. Broadway, New Ulm.
In a presentation titled "Creating a Culture of Well-Being," Dr. Rosie Ward will help attendees identify areas of well-being with the greatest impact on productivity and engagement at work. She will also present strategies for understanding and supporting individual well-being and intrinsic values within an organization's culture.
Ward is a consultant, professional coach and author known as a person who challenges the status quo, pushes boundaries and engages people and organizations to find success through shifting old, ineffective thinking habits.
As Health Management Services Manager for RJF, she works with companies to establish a long-term vision and plan for creating a safe, well and engaged culture that benefits the bottom line. She blends her expertise in individual and organizational behavior, intrinsic motivation, culture change, employee engagement and health education to create a truly unique approach to helping companies be effective.
Ward has a diverse background with more than 17 years experience promoting well-being, employee engagement, and transforming organizations in various settings including managed health care, local public health, private consulting, for-profit companies, and higher education. She holds degrees in kinesiology, public health, and a Ph.D. in organization in management.
There is no charge for the event, and lunch is included. Pre-registration is required. The event is co-sponsored by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Electrical Contractors Association.
For more information on the Worksite Summit or to register a representative from your company, contact Shawn Hildebrandt at the Heart of New Ulm Project office via e-mail at Shawn.Hildebrandt@allina.com or by calling (507) 233-2049.