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WORKWELL Partnership Summit: Fueling Our Passion in Wellness to Help Others Thrive

Hilton Garden Inn Downtown
Sioux Falls, SD

Keynote Speakers

Nancy Lyons

Explore How Teams, Companies, and Employees Can Cultivate a Workspace That Feels Good.
“We can’t expect people to leave their personal lives or feelings at the door when they come to work, so let’s not try. Instead, a work culture should welcome and connect life and work, personal and professional. This kind of culture, centered around people — and whole selves — has to be created deliberately and enacted across every level of an organization.” – Nancy Lyons


Melanie Weiss

Addiction, Recovery and Prevention
By sharing her inspirational story of addiction and recovery, Melanie Weiss hopes to empower, inspire, and extend a Vision of Hope to all who hear her message.

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Here’s what you‘ll learn:

  • Common worksite policies and programs
  • Environmental and policy changes
  • Financial wellness education
  • CPR certification and AED training
  • How to support employees battling addiction
  • Nutrition education

Who should attend:

  • Human resource professionals
  • Health promotion committee members
  • Benefits managers
  • Health education staff
  • Healthcare providers
  • Health promotion coordinators
  • Building facilities managers
  • Public health students

Contact Enid Weiss for more information:

Workplace Wellness Coordinator
818 South Broadway, Suite 110
Watertown, SD 57201

(605) 878-0314
eweiss@bhssc.org

Download the Spring 2015 Rapid City WorkWell Summit presentations:

Download the Fall 2014 Sioux Falls WorkWell Summit presentations:

Please obtain permission from the author(s) before using copyrighted materials included in these presentations.

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Keynote Speakers

Nancy Lyons

Explore How Teams, Companies, and Employees Can Cultivate a Workspace That Feels Good.
“We can’t expect people to leave their personal lives or feelings at the door when they come to work, so let’s not try. Instead, a work culture should welcome and connect life and work, personal and professional. This kind of culture, centered around people — and whole selves — has to be created deliberately and enacted across every level of an organization.” – Nancy Lyons


Melanie Weiss

Addiction, Recovery and Prevention
By sharing her inspirational story of addiction and recovery, Melanie Weiss hopes to empower, inspire, and extend a Vision of Hope to all who hear her message.

Good & Healthy