$10,000 - $15,000
$7,500 - $10,000
Laura Putnam knows how to get things moving and she invigorates workplaces on a daily basis in a highly effective – and really fun – way. She is an author, speaker, trainer and consultant who works with Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations and academic institutions.
As CEO of Motion Infusion, a wellness and human performance improvement provider, Laura is helping organizations to “get in motion." By merging evidence-based methodologies from the field of wellness with best practices from the field of learning and development, Motion Infusion is introducing creative solutions to address engagement, behavior change, human performance, and building healthier, happier, more innovative organizations.
Laura has received various accolades for her work including the American Heart Association's "2020 Impact" award and the National Wellness Institute's "Circle of Leadership" award. She also chaired the American Heart Association's Greater Bay Area 2020 Task Force.
A graduate of Brown University and Stanford University, Laura lives in San Francisco with her fiancé.
Workplace Wellness That Works
Start a Movement
A healthier, happier workforce is good for people, good for the bottom line and essential for building a winning team. Yet, while most employees have access to wellness, do these programs actually work? Evidence suggests that most do not. Over 80% of eligible employees opt out and rates of stress and poor health continue to soar. It doesn’t have to be this way. Learn about the steps every employer can take to truly make a difference. Come away inspired to start a movement of well-being in your organization.
Multipliers of Well-Being
What the best team leaders do differently
Most leaders continue to view wellness as being outside of their scope, disconnected from the bottom line, and something to be addressed by HR. But, the research repeatedly suggests that the extent to which employees are well largely comes down to leaders - especially managers. This talk outlines the critical role that every team leader plays in embedding wellness into the fabric of business as usual, and the specific steps that each can take to become a Multiplier of Well-Being.
Born to Move, Told to Sit
How to future-proof our world by getting in motion
As human beings, we are designed to move. Motion is good for our bodies & good for our brains. The problem is, our society literally mandates us to sit. Learn about the “biological-cultural mismatch” we've collectively created (born to move, told to sit), why getting active is more than just getting a workout and how you can infuse movement into your daily work routine, even when there’s “no time.” After hearing this inspiring talk, you’ll rethink the next time you ask someone to “Have a seat!”
Me At My Best
How to drive personal performance through well-being
What are the keys to not just surviving — but fully thriving? How can we each become “Me At My Best” – whatever that looks like for each of us? Through a combination of stories and science, learn about the secrets needed to thrive. You'll get up to speed on the multiple dimensions needed to be your best self: physical, emotional, social, financial, career and community. Come away refreshed and armed with specific takeaways to catapult yourself into a revitalized way of living.
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