Thursday, March 19th, 2020
10:00 AM PST/1:00 PM EST
Save Your Spot!
Health costs are rising faster than profits and wellness is the default strategy for attacking the problem. More than 70% of companies have wellness programs thinking they will improve employee health and lower costs, but the deeper problem is rising levels of chronic disease, which drive more than 80% of health costs.
Nothing has worked to slow this down over the last 50 years. At the same time, 70% of employees remain disengaged after 20 years of surveys. Could there be a correlation between poor health and disengagement?
Rex Miller thinks so. His new research points to one common villain behind poor health and disengagement – STRESS.
Leaders WILL NOT solve rising health costs and declining workplace productivity until they attack the root cause – STRESS.
- Bringing your whole self to work every day
- Doing your best work
- Going home happier and healthier
- Looking forward to tomorrow
Unfortunately, work is now the 5th leading cause of death. Heart attacks jump twenty percent on Mondays. This is a sad commentary on the current conditions of work. Change must begin in the workplace. This is a defining moment for corporate leaders.
It is not a question of caring less about growth and profits. It is the question, “Can leaders learn how to do well by caring for their people?”
This presentation is fresh and will hopefully challenge some of your assumptions related to stress in your life and at work and provide you a roadmap back to resilience, happiness, and life fulfillment.
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Rex Miller is an international award-winning author, speaker and leading industry futurist. He has written numerous books including The Commercial Real Estate Revolution: Nine Transforming Keys to Lowering Cost, Cutting Waste and Driving Change in a Broken Industry; Change Your Space, Change Your Culture, and The Healthy Workplace Nudge. He has won the CoreNet Global Innovator Award, Industry Excellence Award and IFMA’s Award for Excellence. Rex holds a master’s degree as a futurist and entered consulting after 25 years as a corporate leader. His unique experiences and skills allow Rex to guide leaders into new conversations forming new relationships that result in new realities. Some of his clients include Google, GoDaddy, Intel, MD Anderson, Atrium Health, UHS, DPR, FOX Architects, One Global Design, Haworth and many others.