2017 WWCMA Annual Conference Attendee Information
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Establishing a Culture of Health: Supportive Wellness Strategies to Measure, Engage and Inspire 

 

Join us for the 6th Annual WWCMA Conference designated as the premier health promotion and wellness conference in Massachusetts. Over 300 organizational leaders, human resources professionals, and population health and wellness experts will come together to learn, share, and discuss new ideas and innovations in employer-based wellness programs. The agenda includes award-winning Massachusetts case studies and sessions on how to align employee interests and health challenges to create long-term sustainable behavior change. Topics will also explore how the explosion of technology and data provides opportunities and challenges for today's leaders. 

The Gillette Stadium venue enables WWCMA to have an interactive, well-integrated exhibitor area for participants to learn about the latest in worksite wellness tools and resources.
 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

 
Organizations of all sizes and types committed to employee wellbeing. 
Leaders and professionals who lead emerging or advanced wellness programs. 
Wellness program managers and consultants instrumental in the state's success. 
Human resources and benefits directors in need of deeper wellness program knowledge. 


 **REGISTRATION is now CLOSED.  If you have any questions, please email mmatheson@wwcma.org.  Thank you!**

SPEAKERS

The 2017 Annual Conference will feature 2 Keynote Speakers and various other Employer-Based Speakers.  Go to the Conference Speakers page for more information.

 

AGENDA

The agenda will include three tracks for new, intermediate and advanced wellness programs. This allows attendees to choose sessions that will apply to their current wellness program's level. The three tracks are as follows:

Track 1: New Wellness Programs
This track is for companies who either do not have a wellness program yet, or are in the very beginning phases of a wellness program. This track will include information on the best ways to get started, how to engage your employees, how to choose what types of programs to offer, how to engage senior management, and best practices from experts on how they began and what they would do differently.

Track 2: Intermediate Wellness Programs
This track is for companies who have had a wellness program for at least 1 year, but are still trying to figure out what works for their organization and how to implement it.  This track will include information on ways to measure your effectiveness, how to further engage employees, additional programs to consider, and best practices from experts on how they moved their wellness program from good to great.

Track 3: Advanced Wellness Programs
This track is for companies who have had a successful wellness program operating for at least 3 years and are looking to keep their program innovative and relevant.  This track will include information on new and upcoming trends and ideas in the market, how to measure your program more effectively, and best practices and ideas from experts on keeping the momentum going for their wellness program.

View the Full Agenda HERE

 

COST

  • Early Bird Rate (available until July 15th): $325 non-members, $225 members
  • Regular Rate (after July 15th): $375 non-members, $275 members
  • Students - WWCMA Member students $50, Non-Member Students $75 (if you are a non-member student, please contact us for a discount code to use for registration)

Interested in learning more about becoming a member? Go to our Member page for more information and rates.

 

Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors

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