Receive exceptional wellness training during the 45th Annual National Wellness Conference—offered virtually in 2020!
When: July 21 – 22, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
Where: Anywhere — it’s 100% online!
Price: $349 for NWI members | $449 for non-members
$50 will be added to registrations received after Thursday, July 16.
Not a member? Join NWI today and save $100 on your virtual conference registration!
Hosted annually by the National Wellness Institute, the annual National Wellness Conference is where wellness and health professionals from a myriad of professional backgrounds (worksites, communities, public health organizations, healthcare, colleges/universities, faith communities) come together as the voice of the wellness community to identify and represent the professional standards and competencies for the industry.
Although we are unable to gather in-person this year, we remain committed to your professional growth and realize that the conference is an opportunity for you to earn a significant number of continuing education credits (CECs), stay current on the latest developments in wellness, and connect with your peers. We will be sharing more information regarding the agenda and your CEC opportunities soon. We look forward to learning and connecting with you virtually!
As a 2020 National Wellness Conference attendee, you’ll experience:
- 2 days of learning and connecting virtually
- 6 engaging featured presentations with live chats
- 4 facilitated small group discussions on today’s most relevant wellness topics
- 2 “Happiness Hours” for interactive networking
- 17+ stimulating on-demand sessions covering all Six Dimensions of Wellness*
- Plus, energy breaks, sponsor highlights, and the chance to earn up to 25 continuing education credits!
Online Program Guide
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Daily Live Agenda
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 & Wednesday, July 22, 2020.
All events in Central TIme.
|10 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.||Welcome to Wellness|
|10:20 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.||Featured Speaker + Q&A|
|11:30 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.||Re-energize Break|
|11:55 a.m. – 1 p.m.||Featured Speaker + Q&A|
|1 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.||Reimagine Wellness Small Group Chat|
|1:30 p.m. – 2:10 p.m.||Re-energize Break|
|2:10 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.||Featured Speaker + Q&A|
|3:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.||Reimagine Wellness Small Group Chat|
|3:45 p.m. – 4 p.m.||Wellness Wrap-up|
|4 p.m. – 5 p.m.||Happiness Hour|
Lindsay Lagreid, MHI — Senior Advisor, Limeade Institute
Lindsay Lagreid, Senior Advisor, Limeade Institute, works with customers to improve their employee experience strategy. Her passion is creating a workplace culture that is inclusive, innovative, and humane. Her expertise is leveraging product solutions to help HR leaders achieve key goals and help employees feel valued and cared for.
How to Build a Culture that Supports Well-Being in Times of Change
Wellness and human resource professionals have been through a rapid series of learning, growing, and adapting in the last few months due to several rapidly changing situations. This critical time is shining a light on corporate cultures – for better or for worse. The type of care — or in some cases, the lack thereof — that companies are showing to their employees during this time will impact not only how they cope during this crisis, but what they are left with on the other side of it.
Through all of this, what remains true is that HR and wellness professionals are on the front lines of caring for employees, and your organization needs to step into that role and provide the guidance and assurance your employees are looking for. Join Lindsay Lagreid, Sr. Advisor, Limeade Institute, as she explores the importance of building and maintaining an intentional culture, especially in times of change.
Eddie Moore Jr., PhD — Founder/Director, The Privilege Institute
Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. is recognized as one of the nation’s top speakers and educators. He is the Founder/Program Director for the White Privilege Conference (WPC). In 2014, he founded The Privilege Institute (TPI) which engages people in research, education, action, and leadership through workshops, conferences, publications, strategic partnerships, and relationships. Dr. Moore is co-founder of the online journal Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, co-editor of Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories, The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys, The Diversity Consultant Cookbook: Preparing for the Challenge (2019), and Teaching Brilliant and Beautiful Black Girls (2020). Dr. Moore received his PhD from the University of Iowa in Education Leadership. His PhD research is on Black Football Players at Division III Schools in the Midwest.
Shannon Miller — Seven-time Olympic Medalist
Shannon Miller remains one of the most decorated Olympic gymnasts in history with seven Olympic medals. She is the only female athlete to be inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame – twice – as an individual in 2006, and as part of a team in 2008. In January of 2011, Shannon was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. She had the baseball-sized tumor removed successfully and followed up with an aggressive chemotherapy regimen. Now cancer-free, Shannon continues to be a strong advocate for early detection, awareness, research, and survivorship.
Rebecca Johnson, MS — Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer, ViDL Solutions
Rebecca Johnson is a seasoned consultant, trainer, and coach with a unique focus on the intersection of organizational health and individual wellbeing. Blending her educational background in counseling and psychology with the practical skillset she has gained from 25 plus years of experience in health promotion, Rebecca brings a unique perspective and an unusual breadth and depth of knowledge to her work with organizational leaders and wellbeing professionals.
Rebecca is the co-founder and COO of ViDL (“vital”) Solutions, a forward-thinking organization focused on helping companies improve culture and business performance through supporting employee wellbeing, improving team dynamics, and building courageous leaders. She has published nearly a dozen white papers and articles on a wide variety of topics related to health promotion and organizational culture; has created or co-created several impactful trainings for wellbeing professionals; and is a well-respected speaker at industry conferences. Rebecca is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas succinctly, connect authentically with her audience, and leave participants with practical ideas they can use right away.
Tramaine EL-Amin — Assistant Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, National Council for Behavioral Health
Tramaine EL-Amin is an executive leader and organizational change professional with more than 17 years of progressive experience advancing mission-driven business development and public education initiatives within healthcare and government. Skilled in forging sustainable community and corporate partnerships as well as constructing impactful quality improvement, diversity, equity, inclusion, and training initiatives. Trusted speaker, media representative and certified master trainer delivering keynote, panel and workshop presentations to diverse audiences across the country. Committed to culturally relevant implementation of best practices, inspiring healthy workplace culture and shared accountability within private, public and non-profit sectors.