WEBINAR: Healthy KC Networking Forum: Leadership Behaviors - The Critical Factor for Increased Workforce Well-being, Engagement and Performance
Meeting ID: 923 0544 2909
Join Healthy KC, The Mid-America Coalition on Health Care and The Academy of Culture Ambassadors on May 13 as we hear new insights and participate in a conversation led by The Institute for Health and Productivity Management on why behavioral based leadership is the key to achieving highly engaged, healthy employees with a thriving well-being.
Panelists:Sean Sullivan, JD, Co-Founder, President and CEO of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management (IHPM) and its WorkPlace Wellness Alliance (WPWA – created by the World Economic Forum and now managed and sustained by IHPM). The Institute is a global enterprise working with employers and other stakeholders around the world to improve the health, well-being, and productivity of employees, and maximize its impact on business performance. Sean has authored articles and monographs on health policy and market trends, has testified before Congress and state legislatures, and met with government ministries in Asia, Europe, Latin America, Russia, and the Middle East. He speaks around the world on Health and Productivity Management as the strategy for higher performance and competitive advantage in the global economy.
Pat Combs, Senior Vice President Consulting, Teamalytics
Pat directs Teamalytics consulting and business practice area providing leadership solutions to multinational corporations, both in the United States and around the world. Over the last 25+ years, Teamalytics has collected and analyzed behavioral data from more than 500,000 people in many of the largest and most respected organizations in the world, helping business teams optimize leadership behaviors and team performance. Pat spent eight seasons playing professional baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies and Milwaukee Brewers from 1988-1996. As a collegiate athlete, Pat represented the United States with Team USA, winning the gold medal at the Seoul Olympics. Pat’s background in professional sports, and his Wall Street business experience including 11 years with Morgan Stanley combined with 17 years of consulting with the Flippen Profile and developmental processes, has benefited clients across industries and professional sports. Currently, Pat serves on boards for several non-profit companies and is an active member in The CEO Forum Spiritual Leadership Institute.
For 40 years, Jack has collaborated with employers and providers of health and productivity services to develop innovative workforce strategies to impact the health, well-being, engagement, and performance of teams and leaders. Vital Leadership was formed around the mission to provide training, practical experiences, mentoring, and inspiration for leaders to reach their full potential both personally and professionally. Currently, Jack has embarked on the challenge to ensure global access to Extraordinary Leadership, Team Excellence and Individual Potentiality as the founding sponsor and enterprise developer for the IHPM Vital Leadership WorkPlace Center.
Moderators:Dan McDonough, President, Kansas City Chapter, Academy of Culture Ambassadors
Deborah Love, EVP, COO & International Liaison, Institute for Health and Productivity Management