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October VIRTUAL Meeting - Six Dimensions of Wellness - Presented By: Kim Farmer
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Boost Engagement, Performance and Productivity in Your Wellness Program Utilizing the Six Dimensions of Wellness Model

 Export to Your Calendar 10/14/2020
When: October 14, 2020
Where: Virtual Meeting - Remo Platform

Online registration is available until: 10/13/2020
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Join us for our VIRTUAL October lunch meeting! 

Studies show that companies spend over $500 per employee per year to offer wellness programming, however many employees don’t participate. This session will explore the reasons why gathering health data, creating wellness programming and offering incentives may not be enough to fully engage employees enough to make long lasting intrinsic changes. Global trends show that generational differences exist that employers need to be aware of in order to design programs that are practical and meaningful to staff members of all backgrounds and ages. Re-engage employees in all of your programs by shifting culture, engaging leaders and offering creative low cost options that are sustainable. 

Additionally, according to the American Institute of Stress, 80% of people feel stress at work and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 75% of all doctors’ visits are stress-related. Burnout at work is common and human resource professionals should understand how to help employees manage stress levels through easy, practical and proven methods utilizing wellness programming. Healthcare costs continue to rise due to physical and mental challenges leading to increased doctor visits and pharmaceutical interventions affecting the bottom line. Learn how to get a value on investment (VOI) by engaging employees in all six dimensions of wellness.

  • Discover how to improve productivity levels through intentional wellness efforts
  • Explore how meaningful personalized programs and incentives can foster intrinsic change
  • Describe how the Six Dimensions of wellness model can improve engagement in a participation based program and utilize VOI (value on investment) as a measurement of outcomes.


Meet Your Presenter:

Kim Farmer is the CEO of Mile High Fitness & Wellness a corporate wellness organization serving companies of all sizes. She has successfully helped companies integrate holistic wellness programming into the workplace helping them reduce stress levels and improve performance and productivity. Her presentations inspire motivation and creativity, helping individuals make lasting, intrinsic behavior change using preventive wellness efforts. Her energy unites teams and leaders, encouraging organizational culture change using creative wellness programming. She is a regular contributor to several media outlets including print and radio and has published books, articles and DVDs. She also has a strong passion for serving nonprofit organizations with her health and wellness expertise and freely gives her time to community based, public health efforts. As a two-time winner of the Colorado State Open, she loves to play tennis, dance, exercise and eat chocolate.


Cost for Students: $10

Cost for Members: $10 

Cost for Non-Members/Guests: $10 

 Please RSVP by Tuesday, October 13, 2020.




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