Cost: Members $20.00 ($35 for non-members; $10 for students). Prepay online with credit card or at the door with cash or check (payable to HRATV).
RSVP Deadline: Friday, September 13, 2019
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to present the September program, "A Framework of the Future" presented by Rebecca Kruske Hancock. Wellbeing and engagement are no longer just healthcare cost management programs. These key initiatives have been combined and realigned as more inclusive, sustainable and competitive solutions that drive organizations to deliver better on their employee value proposition. The most effective wellbeing initiatives and programs support a comprehensive approach that considers both an organization’s and the individual’s perspective to wellbeing. In this session, participants will redefine how they assess wellbeing efforts by looking at industry insights and comparing their organization’s framework through a Culture of Wellbeing Assessment.
Rebecca Kruske Hancock is Regional Vice President, Wellbeing & Engagement Practice Leader, Western Region, within the Gallagher Benefits and HR Consulting division of Gallagher. She has more than 14 years experience in health, education and wellness consulting, leveraging her knowledge to build client solutions that result in better outcomes and better work.
Rebecca develops holistic strategies centered on individual wellbeing and organizational health, providing tailored solutions that enhance the employee experience, align with an organization’s values and attract, engage, develop and reward employees. She believes successful wellbeing strategies are predicated on education and clear, open communications. Rebecca delivers solutions within the Gallagher Better WorksSM framework, helping clients implement sustainable initiatives that promote change and enhance their employee value proposition.Rebecca has a M.Ed. in Education, Policy, Organization & Leadership from the University of Illinois. She holds a Certified Wellness Practitioner designation from the National Wellness Institute, a Certificate in Meeting Management from the University of California, and was the first American to participate in the European Training Consortium in Public Health and Health Promotion. Rebecca has facilitated workshops and presented seminars on numerous health and wellness topics throughout the United States.
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.