Leading and Perfecting the Business Case for Your Wellness Program: Creative Methods to Improve Engagement and Sustainability

Biz-Case-for-WP-webinar

kimheadshot2 7_17 (1)As CEO of Mile High Fitness & Wellness, Kim Farmer has spent her career helping companies successfully integrate holistic wellness programming into the workplace in order to help employees reduce stress, improve performance, and increase productivity.

But how do you convince key decision-makers in your organization to take action? Join us as Kim shares strategies to perfect a business case for your wellness program. 

In this webinar you will:

  • Learn how to use your limited time and resources to gain the support you need for a successful, ongoing program. 
  • Utilize your own leadership skills, best practices and internal resources to help drive C-level support 
  • Create strategies that are forward thinking and customized to work for your specific environment and population

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About Kim Farmer

Kim Farmer is the CEO of Mile High Fitness & Wellness, a corporate wellness organization serving companies of all sizes. She has successfully helped companies integrate holistic wellness programming into the workplace helping them reduce stress levels and improve performance and productivity. Her presentations inspire motivation and creativity, helping individuals make lasting, intrinsic behavior change using preventive wellness efforts. Her energy unites teams and leaders, encouraging organizational culture change using creative wellness programming.

She is a regular contributor to several media outlets including print and radio and has published books, articles and DVDs. She also has a strong passion for serving nonprofit organizations with her health and wellness expertise and freely gives her time to community based, public health efforts.

As a two-time winner of the Colorado State Open, she loves to play tennis, dance, exercise, and eat chocolate.

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