Almost every workplace today is struggling to find and retain talent. Additionally, events such as the global pandemic, social justice movements, the economy, and political outlook have greatly impacted employees’ attitudes and relationships with the workplace.
Feelings of work-related stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue are rampant and negatively impact our teams. They can lead to higher attrition, absenteeism, and even worsening health outcomes. It’s imperative that workplaces address underlying issues and provide supportive environments to positively impact the health and well-being of their workforce.
In this webinar, we’ll address how to create better employee engagement through the lens of wellbeing. Full of best practices and case studies, you will walk away reenergized to improve employee engagement at your organization.
VP of Wellness, Terryberry
Prior to her at role at Terryberry, Taylor was the CEO of Walker Tracker, a technology platform that drives employee wellbeing through activity and wellness challenges, social connection, and data insights. Terryberry acquired Walker Tracker in 2022. With over 13 years of experience in corporate and community wellness, Taylor has worked with Fortune 500 Companies, non-profits, community organizations, and Health Plans across the globe to design successful wellness initiatives. She believes that employee wellbeing is mission critical for any organization and is passionate about healthcare equity. Taylor serves on the board of the Wellbeing Think Tank, an organization that provides educational and networking events, and Portland Community College’s Exercise Science advisory board.
Chase is passionate about improving the world by improving workplaces, and works with organizations to focus on both individual and organizational wellbeing. Chase loves to develop and drive evidence-based strategies to improve employee engagement and experience through the lens of wellbeing.
With over 20 years of experience, and an educational background in Human Physiology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Chase brings a unique perspective to any wellness conversation with her diverse workplace experiences including Cigna, Wounded Warrior Project, Google, and the University of Dayton.
Chase is also an Army veteran having served honorably for 7 years.
Qualifies for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits.