Shell’s Wellness Journey: How Care Impacts Individual, Team, and Organizational Health

By: Michigan Wellness Council

April 11th Webinar: Shell’s Wellness Journey: How Care Impacts Individual, Team, and Organizational Health

By: Krystal Sexton, PhD, Americas Regional Lead for Human Performance and Care

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Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Schedule:
12:00pm to 1:00 pm

Presentation Objectives: Shell has had a long-standing wellness program for over two decades.  For much of its history, the wellness program focused on physical wellbeing, and over the past few years, it has expanded into mental and emotional wellness.  This presentation will discuss this evolution, specific programs on resilience and care for people, and the impact of care on business outcomes.

Participants will:

  1. Learn how the holistic approach to wellness was developed
  2. Identify strategies to build the business case for care and wellness
  3. Understand Shell’s approach to quantifying health programs with regard to business outcomes

Speaker Bio: Krystal Sexton, PhD, is the Americas Regional Lead for Human Performance and Care at

Shell.  Trained as an epidemiologist, Krystal joined Shell in 2013 after a career in academic medicine.  At Shell,

she developed the analytic approaches for large global projects, with a focus on Resilience and Care for People.  As Shell developed its Human Performance and Care strategy, she expanded her work into cognitive and social neuroscience, positive psychology, and organizational psychology to better understand  the interplay between these subjects and organizational performance.  Today, Krystal has a largely business interfacing role, synthesizing science into business outcomes for leadership teams across Shell.

Krystal received her PhD from the University of Texas School of Public Health and completed postdoctoral fellowships at both MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine.  She holds an adjunct assistant professor at UTSPH and is an active member of several scientific and academic organizations.

Registration

$15 advance registration (non-members; become a member)

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Michigan  Wellness Council (MWC) is a nonprofit whose vision is the health and wellbeing of Michigan employers will be the best in the nation and mission is to inspire implementation of leading workplace wellness strategies through thought-leadership and education.

Contact: Rita Patel rita.patel@michiganwellnesscouncil.org