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SCHBC Spring 2024 Seminar Series
SCHBC Spring 2024 Seminar Series

Wed, Mar 20


South Carolina, USA

SCHBC Spring 2024 Seminar Series

Join us for the South Carolina Healthy Business Challenge Spring 2024 Seminar Series featuring a panel discussion on “Health-Savvy Leadership: The Business Case for Prioritizing Organizational Well-being”

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Mar 20, 2024, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

South Carolina, USA

About the Event

About the Event:

“Health-Savvy Leadership: The Business Case for Prioritizing Organizational Well-being”

Seminar attendees will join a distinguished panel of C-suite executives, Chamber of Commerce leaders, and elected officials as they explore the critical role of prioritizing workforce wellbeing.

The health and well-being of business leaders have a direct impact on their organization and employees. When leaders prioritize their own well-being, it sets a positive example for the entire company. Executives in good health can lead effectively, make sound decisions, and inspire teams, contributing to a more vibrant and productive work environment. Additionally, a focus on health reduces absenteeism, fosters a culture of wellness, and supports employee engagement, creating a ripple effect throughout the organization.

Attendees will gain valuable insights into the tangible benefits, innovative approaches, and transformative impact that prioritizing employee wellness can have on both individuals and the overall success of organizations in today's dynamic business landscape. Furthermore, this session aims to inspire actionable strategies, collaborative initiatives, and policy considerations that can collectively elevate both individual and organizational health, fostering a resilient and thriving business community across the state of South Carolina.

As always, seminar attendees will have an opportunity to enjoy a delicious and healthy lunch while networking with other SCHBC members, exhibitors and attendees.

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