WWCMA Annual Conference Keynote Speaker Susan Frankle
|Annual Conference Keynote Speaker Susan Frankle|
Keynote Speaker: Susan Frankle
Susan Frankle is a well-being researcher at Healthways, leveraging the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index® to uncover insights on Americans and their perceptions of their own well-being. She analyzes and writes on well-being topics such as population health trends including obesity, fresh produce consumption and exercise; how seniors view their well-being differently from younger people; and how financial well-being impacts chronic illness.
Ms. Frankle's market research background spans more than 25 years, first as a technology analyst at International Data Corporation and then as a marketing executive for technology companies in the Boston area. Ms. Frankle has spent the last 12 years in healthcare technology and joined Healthways in 2013.
Ms. Frankle earned her B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. She is an avid long-distance athlete who has cycled cross-country and completed more than 22 marathons and triathlons. She is passionate about helping people better engage in their health and well-being.
Session Title: New Discoveries in Workplace Well-being – How to promote a culture of well-being to create high-performance employeesResearch confirms that people with higher well-being are healthier and perform better. But what can be done to actively foster a culture where employees are truly engaged and actively strive to improve their well-being?
This session uncovers new insights on well-being — what makes people tick, their perceptions, and the key factors that impact well-being. Our learnings come from the world’s most definitive and comprehensive measure of well-being — the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index(R), with now more than 9 years of data and 2.4 million conversations with people regarding their perceptions of their own well-being. Join us as we highlight key trends, the relationship between the five fundamental elements of well-being, and practical programs that engage people and promote a culture of high well–being.