In this webinar, Mark Forsberg and Julie Broberg from Culligan Soft Water (Culligan) share real-world insights from their journey transitioning from wellness to well-being. Mark, Culligan’s CFO, presents why well-being at Culligan matters. Julie, Culligan’s Wellness Program Manager, explains how they designed the well-being program. She shares their results and lessons learned.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
Explore the value of shifting from wellness to well-being, and how it benefits employees and the organization
Develop strategies for designing a well-being program and take away real-world lessons
Identify the aspects of a successful well-being initiative
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About Julie Broberg
Julie Broberg is a HealthSource Solutions Wellness Program Manager at Culligan Soft Water Service Company. She has worked with HealthSource Solutions for 17 years both in fitness center management and onsite worksite health promotion. Prior to that, she provided telephonic health coaching for Staywell Health Management for seven years. Julie’s role at Culligan Soft Water involves creating strategic planning and goals for their well-being program, leading the well-being committee and champion network, educating employees on benefits, and managing the well-being portal. Julie also provides health coaching for employees at Culligan who are desiring lifestyle changes. Julie graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a B.A. in Corporate Wellness and a minor in Athletic Training.
About Mark Forsberg
Mark Forsberg is the Chief Financial Officer for Culligan Soft Water Service Company (the company) with headquarters in Minnetonka, MN. The company is an independent franchisee of Culligan International Company with headquarters in Rosemont, Illinois. The company owns and operates 33 dealerships in 10 states and employs over 500 people. Mark’s responsibilities include administrative leadership for accounting, finance, and human resources. He is a member of the company’s Senior Leadership Team. Mark’s prior work experience was as a C.P.A. with Ernst & Young and Eide Bailly. He has volunteered his time through several non-profits including March of Dimes and the Kinship mentoring program. Mark is a graduate of the University of North Dakota.