Date: Wednesday, Wednesday, July 15, 2015
8:00 am – Registration, continental breakfast and networking.
8:30 am – Meeting, featuring a presentation by Phillip Pittman, Principal of Keith Elementary School: Keith Elementary has been awarded 1st place three times in the Michigan Surgeon General’s Healthy School Environment Recognition Program and has been honored with a Best and Brightest in Wellness Elite Award.
10:00 am – Program adjourn
Registration $25 advance registration; $30 registration on the day of the event. Register now and learn more by following this: http://bit.ly/1e10uBI OR email email@example.com
Program Details: “Creating Organizational Health Promotion Success in Organizations with Multiple Stakeholders and Competing Priorities”
- Gain a deeper understanding of the policies and practices organizations can engage in to establish a culture of health and wellness.
- Learn about how the partnership among the stakeholders can support health and wellness initiatives.
- Better understand the mental, physical, social, and emotional aspects of health and wellness in an organization.
- Recognize the benefits of emphasizing health and wellness in an organizational setting.
Phillip Pittman is honored to serve as principal of Keith Elementary School, the largest elementary school in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District. Keith Elementary celebrates a tradition of excellence in education by setting high expectations for academic, social, and emotional growth. The Keith community promotes healthy lifestyle choices, honors the arts, develops student leadership, and encourages selflessness through a culture of caring and a spirit of giving. In addition, Phillip is a proud husband and father, and he is a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership at Eastern Michigan University.
Location: Oakland University, 118 Oakland Center, Rochester MI 48309-4409
Michigan Wellness Council (MWC) (http://www.michiganwellnesscouncil.org/) is a nonprofit whose mission is to be the pioneer of wellness innovation for employers and State with the vision to inspire successful integration of wellness best practices in the workplace through access to quality resources and forums. Michigan Wellness Council offers regular public group meetings, on-site speaker series, and strategic consulting to mid/small employers on developing, implementing, and revising worksite wellness programs. Contact: Rita Patel firstname.lastname@example.org