Nov 6-7 Conference: Speaker Spotlight – Mindi Cox


By: Michigan Wellness Council



speaker spotlight

Nov 6-7 Conference
Exploring Pathways to Positive Workplace Culture


Mindi Cox
Senior Vice President, People & Great Work
O.C. Tanner


Mindi Cox is the closing speaker of the MWC’s upcoming conference on Nov 6-7. The presentation is entitled “A New Way of Thinking: Wellbeing as the foundation of Employee Experience”.

Mindi Cox works to connect people with purpose. She believes an organization’s business potential is intimately tied to its sense of humanity. Her goal is to help cultivate workplace cultures where people feel connected to the greater purpose and impact of their work. Mindi believes it’s this connection, this soul spark, that inspires people to seek personal and professional progress that results in the most powerful business breakthroughs.

Mindi is currently honored to serve as O.C. Tanner’s Senior Vice President of People & Great Work. She has nearly 20 years of experience in Sales, Marketing and as a Human Resource Executive focused on practices that contribute to strengthening company culture. A champion of wellbeing as strategy in the workplace, she led efforts to begin O.C. Tanner’s first formal wellness (My Wellness) and employee crisis assistance (Tanner Cares) programs in 2010. Named one of Utah’s 40 under 40, Mindi is SPHR and SHRM – SCP certified. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and an M.B.A. from the University of Utah. She is the proud mom to three busy sons, one of whom lives with special needs. She is grateful for the perspective her tribe gives her on work, life, wellbeing and whole-life awareness in the workplace.


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