Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Goodlife Fitness: Health & Wellness Leadership Summit

(Ce programme n’est pas disponible en français.)

Goodlife Fitness: Health & Wellness Leadership Summit
May 11, 2015
Calgary, Alberta

Can one day of your time transform performance in your workplace?
On May 11th it can! Join Us.

CCHL-CCLS members are invited to register for the GoodLife Fitness Health & Wellness Leadership Summit, held May 11th at BMO Centre, Stampede Park.

Guest Speakers Include:

  • Dave Rodney; First Canadian to summit Mt Everest twice
    Topic: Leadership & Resiliency

    Review the principles required to successfully Summit Mt Everest twice and transform obstacles into stepping stones
  • Nora Spinks; CEO of the Vanier Institute of the Family
    Topic: Generational Diversity

    Learn to create a psychologically safe, healthy and inclusive workplace by understanding the dynamics of multi-generational talent pool
  • Steve Groves; VP & CIO of GoodLife Fitness
    Topic: The New Era of Wearable Devices & Real Time Feedback

    Understanding the exciting innovations that will optimize wellness and engagement
  • Sunjay Nath; Founder of the 10-80-10 ® Principle
    Topic: Team Effectiveness

    Learn how to consistently inspire high performance behaviours and eliminate negative patterns
  • Laurie Hibbard, BA, LLB, RHN and Certified Holistic Nutritionist (New speaker just added!)
    Topic: Healthy Eating on the Go

    Optimize your energy, vitality and well-being while meeting the demands of a hectic schedule

Regular rate: $349.00
CCHL rate: $199.00 (save $150.00)

Group Rate: Register 2 tickets and receive a complimentary 3rd ticket.  Bring your colleagues and make it a team building experience! 

Click here to register online or call toll free, 1-877-348-8742 ext. 230 and reference promo CCHL (Visa, MC are accepted for online purchase). Please add 5% GST per transaction. All sales are final.

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 2.25 Category II credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.

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