Medical Director, Employee Health, Wellness & Innovation
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Changing behavior is difficult, for both employees and employers. Even when an individual has plenty of support and lots of resources available, the chances of succeeding are slim when he/she works in an environment not supportive of health. Strategies to improve the workplace can be measured, and these tools can in turn motivate change. It can be especially difficult for large organizations that are geographically dispersed and include a variety of different workers and workplace cultures. This session will help attendees learn how to put an infrastructure in place to assist large and/or complicated organizations in their efforts to drive and measure change. Along the way, attendees will be entertained by stories of how Johns Hopkins Medicine developed a strategic plan, with the use of the CDC Worksite Health Scorecard, to improve the work environment and measure progress.