PMI North Carolina Chapter

Healthcare CoP: Work-Life Effectiveness & Health Promotion

Healthcare CoP: Work-Life Effectiveness & Health Promotion

Abstract: 

Work-Life Effectiveness is about adjusting one’s personal and professional life in such a way that a greater degree of success can be achieved in both. Effectiveness is not the same as “balance” which implies equanimity in attention between our home and work lives which is rarely achievable. Rather, an ongoing process of fitting the shifting needs of life and work together in a way that makes most sense for that point in time can yield healthy results for the individuals and their organizations. Those results for individuals span the multiple dimensions  of health including physical, emotional, social, spiritual and financial. For organizations, the benefits of increased employee morale, productivity and lower absenteeism further the accomplishment of organizational objectives.

 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand what Work-Life Effectiveness is and isn’t and the key levers to promoting it
  • Discover the connection to health and the benefits to the individual and the organization
  • Explore the joint responsibility of worker and workplace to promote Work-Life Effectiveness  

 

Biography:

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Most recently, Maureen Corcoran led IQVIA’s Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiative as Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion, creating their first global D&I strategy and related programming. 

Maureen has more than 30 years of experience in D&I and work-life, building and aligning inclusive and family-friendly concepts with core values, HR policies and systems, and business strategies. Additionally, she has extensive experience in delivering work-life and health benefit design and promotion, having also led diversity and health communication functions. 

Maureen is a certified Leadership Coach and is President at West Oak Consulting, LLC and previously Vice President of Health, Life & Inclusion and Vice President, Diversity at Prudential. Maureen holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia and certifications from Boston College Carroll School of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management and Rutgers University. 

She is also a Chris C. Kjeldsen Work Life Legacy Award winner for innovations in work life, a Ted Child’s Life Work Excellence Award winner for achievements in advancing the work-life industry and co-author of The Effects of Telecommuting Intensity on Employee Health published in the American Journal of Health Promotion, 2016.

Event Details

Event Date 06-08-2022 6:00 pm
Event End Date 06-08-2022 7:00 pm
Registered 24
Cut off date 06-07-2022 5:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs 1.0
Location Virtual Meeting – Conferencing details will be distributed prior to the meeting

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