WorkWell Lawrence promotes wellness policies and practices in workplaces with a focus on physical activity, nutrition and tobacco use. WorkWell welcomes participation from employers, human resources and worksite wellness professionals interested in improving the health of workers in Douglas County.
Given that adults spend about half of their waking hours on the job, worksites provide an optimal opportunity to initiate and support a healthy lifestyle. Research has shown that habits formed in the workplace will carry over into the home. We’re working with Douglas County employers to help develop and implement policies and programs that promote physical activity, nutrition and tobacco-free living.
To get involved, fill out the form here.
Work Group Leadership
WorkWell Lawrence Symposium
When: 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 3 (registration begins at 7:30 a.m.)
Where: Lied Center of Kansas, 1600 Stewart Drive, Lawrence
The event, “The Tao of Ta-Da: Watch what Happens when Work Becomes Play,” will feature KU alumnus and motivational speaker Joel Zeff. In this hilarious interactive keynote, Zeff invites members of the audience to participate in improvisational exercises to help illustrate the central message: That organizations and individuals should CELEBRATE everyday successes to increase collaboration, productivity, passion and innovation.
Help your workplace learn to:
- Celebrate work and create a positive environment
- Promote ownership and accountability
- Apply the three keys to leading change
- Encourage innovation by creating opportunity
- Improve collaboration and teamwork
- Enhance communication
Advance registration by April 26 is $50. Cost is $65 after April 26 and at the door. Register here.