March 27th Leading to Well-Being Conference Session Descriptions Available

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Join more than 350 managers, organizational leaders, and human resource professionals on March 27th who have already registered for a day of high engagement and learning at GMU’s Leading to Well-Being in Workplaces, Organizations and Communities Conference! Session descriptions are now available! Presentations by Daniel H. Pink, Tom Rath, Kim Cameron, and many more! See the session descriptions at http://wellbeing.onmason.com/session-descriptions!

How can organizations, workplaces, and communities achieve greater levels of thriving together? What impact does well-being have on employees and organizational members? A rapidly growing number of organizations from all sectors are adopting the science and application of well-being as a way to enhance employees’ and members’ satisfaction, life purpose, and engagement.

These strategies are paying off with gains in productivity, lower health care costs, higher quality relationships, and increased mental agility and creativity among organizational and team members.

Co-Sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being and MasonLeads at George Mason University, the 2015 Leading to Well-Being in Workplaces, Organizations, and Communities Conference features keynote speakers, industry leaders, and scholars who are advancing these practices and concepts in their organizations. Best-selling author Daniel H. Pink kicks off the conference on Leading to Well-Being in Workplaces, Organizations, and Communities on March 27, 2014 at the Marriott Fairview Park, Falls Church, VA.