Our quarterly LimeTime virtual event series brings together HR leaders, consultants, Limeade customers and LimeMates to share thought provoking discussions, best practices and new innovations all centered around employee well-being and engagement.
The most recent LimeTime on May 16th addressed how organizations can work toward building better employee connections, personalize well-being and engagement strategies, and simplify the process for organizations to create healthier employee experiences.
A holistic approach to well-being focused on what matters most to your organization can drive 90% program effectiveness. That’s why sessions focused on the critical conversations leaders need to have in order to create a company culture that focuses on its employees — a human-centric approach, rooted in well-being and meets employees where they are. Here’s a quick recap of the conversation and sessions at LimeTime:
Making the Connection: Wellbeing and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Tanya M. Odom, a renowned global consultant, writer, coach, and thought leader, explored the critical relationship between employee well-being and a sense of inclusion in the workplace. She highlighted the impact of the last 3 years with the multiple pandemics we’ve faced and how we are now seeing the effects and major implications it has on minority groups. She specifically spoke to intersectionality and dove into what health equity means for leaders and organizations striving to create a healthy employee experience.
Watch this LimeTime session to learn how to make the connection between well-being, diversity and inclusion stronger.
The Leadership Conversation for an Equitable and Healthy Workforce
This powerful panel discussion, featuring Dr. Dexter Shurney, President of Blue Zones Wellbeing Institute, Yuri Brown-Cruzat, Managing Director of EPIC Inclusion Solutions and Henry Albrecht, Limeade Chief Executive Officer and moderated by Dr. Patti Fletcher, Limeade Chief Marketing Officer addressed the commitment organizations need to make to leverage the data available on employee health, well-being and engagement to make health equity a business construct.
Watch this LimeTime session to hear the conversation around barriers to diversity, equity inclusion and belonging and why leaders must have the hard conversations to ensure all voices in the room are heard.
A Well-Being Experience Designed for all Employees to Thrive
This session led by Lauren Chucko, Chief Customer Officer at Limeade and Stephen Doyle, Associate Vice President, Advocacy Services at Workpartners introduced how they integrate Limeade into the Workpartners advocacy and analytics services to provide population health and well-being solutions to University Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) members and clients. They walked through how the solution they collaborated better identifies, targets and personalizes content to high-risk populations, leveraging the flexible and configurable technology provided by Limeade.
Watch this LimeTime session to learn how UPMC and Workpartners are teaming up with Limeade to create a well-being experience designed for all employees to thrive using the best of cultural and clinical insights.
How to Leverage Data to Improve your Employee Engagement Strategy
In this session, Tito-Chavez-Nguyen, Manager, Sales Enablement at Limeade and Bri Mouton, Customer Success Manager and Limeade highlighted the new enhancements to the Limeade Listening solution with Onboard 2.0. Speakers walked through four key components to incorporate into your strategy to kick off employee engagement from day one of a new hire’s employee experience, as well as a step-by-step guide to maximize Onboard 2.0 capabilities.
Watch this LimeTime session to learn how the onboarding experience can help set your company culture up for success.
Best Practices from the University of Texas System for a Well-Being Strategy that Simplifies the Employee Experience
This session features our Limeade customers from The University of Texas System who shared their experience with the Limeade Well-being solution after their first program year. Carla Lopez, Manager of Wellness Programs at the University of Texas Health System and Brenda Pearson, Employee Benefits Specialist at the University of Texas Health System highlighted how the Living Well program successfully unified a diverse population of 116,00 faculty, health care professionals, researchers, staff and student workers as one of the largest employers in the state of Texas.
Watch this LimeTime session to learn how the 13 different academic and health institutions were able to personalize communications, connect members across the organization and access health benefits all from one platform — ultimately showing a significant impact towards increased employee engagement, increased participation and an overall culture shift for UT in the first program year.
Luxury Living’s Simple Approach to Employee Feedback to Fuel your Employee Engagement Strategy
This session features our Limeade customer, Luxury Living and their successful first year using the Limeade Listening solution to incorporate employee feedback and opinions into their engagement strategy. Maggie Levinsohn, People Operations Manager at Luxury Living shares how consistent and open feedback is critical for employees to feel connected and engaged to their organization and this was brought to life for Luxury Living.
Watch this LimeTime session to learn how Luxury Living offers employees a voice to communicate what they want and need to be happy and more productive at work and creates the foundation for an engaged and thriving culture.
Reality-Based Leader Cy Wakeman kicked off our quarterly LimeTime virtual event with a dynamic and enlightening keynote presentation challenging leaders to interrupt their thinking of traditional approaches to well-being. According to Cy Wakeman, it starts with modern leadership.