Whether you're planning a simple "take the Health Risk Assessment" (HRA) wellness program or something more advanced, such as rewarding participants based on outcomes, building an energizing and engaging health and wellness program can build a healthier and more productive work force while lowering insurance costs.
In this free webcast, moderated by Incentive's Andrea Doyle, Michael Moszberg, VP Wellness Solutions, Rideau Recognition Solutions, and Alisha DeMoss, MS, Leader, Health Promotion Consultants, Humana Wellness, will teach attendees everything they need to know to run an effective health and wellness incentive program. The session will offer a step-by-step guide on how to create the rules structure, address privacy concerns, promote the program, track participant performance, choose and deliver the awards, and measure the results.
Join us on Wednesday, April 26th @ 2pm ET.
Michael Moszberg is the Vice President, Wellness Solutions at Rideau Recognition Solutions. He is focused on building technology that improves quality of life at the workplace. His solutions have helped thousands of employees reduce their stress, improve their wellbeing, and improve their relationships at work. He has won several awards for entrepreneurship and been featured in the Huffington Post, CBC Radio and Montreal Gazette.
Alisha DeMoss, MS, is the Leader, Health Promotion Consultants, at Humana Wellness. She has been with Humana for over three years as the leader of health promotion consultants (or HPC's). In addition to managing the HPC's, Alisha is also responsible for the ownership and management of the HPC customer relationships, which includes developing wellness strategy and providing recommendations to improve programs to drive more engagement. Alisha began her career close to 17 years ago where she obtained an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and graduate degree in Health Promotion, both from the University of Kentucky. Fitness is a passion and hobby of Alisha's, which is why she is an American Council on Exercise Group Fitness Instructor, and currently teaches at a local fitness studio.
NOTE: This session is primarily designed for Incentive Planners and Human Resources & Training Executives, and is also approved for Continuing Education Credits for the major incentive industry designations: Certified Incentive Specialists (CIS), Incentive Professionals (IP), Certified Professional of Incentive Management (CPIM), Certified Recognition Professional (CRP).
Check out the other sessions in our How to Run an Effective Incentive Program
webcast series and boost your bottom line with better results from sales teams, channel partners, and consumers; use recognition to create a more-engaged and loyal workforce; reduce insurance costs and improve productivity with a health and wellness program; and create a safer workplace.