|Friday, October 9, 2015||11:45 AM - 12:45 PM|
|Venue: Colorado Convention Center|
|Room: Room 401/402|
Research has shown that mental and physical health has a direct impact on productivity and engagement, as well as organizational performance. While leading-edge organizations have been launching programs to enhance employee well-being, their workplaces may be working against their goals. Even conscious workplace interventions may be ineffective if unused.
This session presents a series of case studies and data collected from several workplace research projects to show how smart workplaces can embed wellness in the continuous work experience, focusing on three dimensions of work: movement, rest and stimulation. Specific workplace solutions are presented for encouraging healthy behaviors in each dimension, highlighting the importance of user-centered design, cultural change and integration with other programs.
|Learning Lab Area:|
|Leading & Bleeding Edge Learning Lab|
|Levels of Learning|
|Teresa Bridges, Associate Vice President, Senior Workplace Strategist, CannonDesign|
|David Craig, Associate Principal, Cannon Design|