The Global Wellness Summit is hosting two free webinars this week and on demand for doctors and health care workers, “Leading in the Next Normal: Setting the Agenda to Thrive,” and a GWS Global Wellness collaboration on reopening, resetting and reimagining spas.
June 16 — Spa & Hospitality: Insights on Reopening, Resetting, Reimagining
The Coronavirus has created unexpected opportunities for spa, hospitality and wellness leaders to reimagine their industry. The global pandemic has also forever changed the behavior and expectations of consumers—and dramatically accelerated trends that were in their infancy before COVID-19. During this moderated discussion, participants will share critical insights on reopening, resetting and reimaging the spa and hospitality businesses—and how to benefit from new ways of doing business. Join us on Zoom at 9:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday, June 16.
To register or for more information go to https://yw217.infusionsoft.app/app/form/spa-hospitality-reimagined.
June 18 — Leading in the Next Normal: Setting the Agenda to Thrive
Part 1: A Conversation about Leadership with VPs at The Coca-Cola Company & Barilla
The COVID-19 pandemic and the unrest that has emerged in its wake have affected every organization. To help navigate the way through these dramatic changes, the GWI’s Wellness at Work Initiative is hosting a three-part series: Leading in the Next Normal: Setting the Agenda to Thrive. In Thursday’s Zoom call, Renee Moorefield, chair of the Wellness at Work Initiative and CEO at Wisdom Works, will interview Joan Prats, vice president corporate affairs, The Coca-Cola Company, Mexico, and Dondeena Bradley, global vice president, nutrition and wellbeing at Barilla Group. Join us on Zoom at 9:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, June 18.
To register or for more information go to https://yw217.infusionsoft.app/app/form/wellness-at-work1.
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