A time to inspire, connect, participate and engage in real conversation.
On May 3rd, CEOs, HR leaders, well-being industry professionals and Limeade employees came together at Limeade Engage to rethink the way we work and discover that real employee engagement is totally possible.
Attendees and guests headed down to the Seattle pier for a welcome dinner reception at the Seattle Aquarium. Networking, awards and a special guest announcer were just a few of the highlights.
The day of the conference, our keynote speakers at Limeade Engage ignited a spark of inspiration to transform employee engagement with motivational speeches, meet and greets and book signings.
Professor, top TED talk speaker and acclaimed author, Dr. Barry Schwartz shared the science behind intrinsic motivation from his book, Why We Work, that shed new light on how we should all think about incentives in the workplace.
Record-breaking long-distance swimmer, Diana Nyad captivated the audience with her passionate storytelling of her trials and tribulations of being the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage at the age of sixty-four.
Limeade CEO Henry Albrecht joined Sarah Bird, CEO of Moz, Rajeev Singh, CEO of Accolade and moderator Jen Benz, CEO of Benz Communications, in a panel discussion about how CEOs can reinvigorate the employee experience.
An employer panel including David Olsen, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Ali Fettig, Stryker, Lou McDermott, Washington State Healthcare Authority and moderator Steven Parker, Limeade VP of Customer Success, took the stage to discuss how to make well-being a competitive advantage in the workplace.
“We provide a wellness program to our employees, but after today I’m inspired to explore a more holistic, whole-person approach to well-being.”
David Olson, Director of Benefits at Dr Pepper Snapple
Attendees joined a walking meeting along the pier sponsored by FitBit. The afternoon was topped off with a happy hour. Attendees enjoyed refreshments, Seattle bites and a view of the Puget Sound.