Laura Putnam, MA
CEO & Founder, Motion Infusion, Inc.
AAOHN 1.05 | AAFP 1.0 | ACSM 1.0 | CDR 1.0 | NCHEC 1.0
As wellbeing professionals, our job is less about building awareness and more about inspiring people to make change. This session unpacks the key elements to doing just that. Whether it’s for a lunch and learn, a presentation to the C-suite or even a conference breakout session, you’ll learn how to use multiple access points to garner and keep people’s attention using a cohesive framework of storytelling, interactive exercises, and bite-sized information delivery. To better inspire others to adopt healthy lifestyles and to become a more persuasive thought leader, creating experiences that move people is critical to your success.
Laura Putnam, author of “Workplace Wellness That Works” (WILEY), is founder and CEO of Motion Infusion, whose work has been covered by MSNBC, The New York Times, US News & World Report, Entrepreneur, American Journal of Health Promotion, Business Insider and Globe & Mail. She is a former urban public high school teacher, dancer, gymnast and now a movement-builder in the world of health and wellness. A leading authority on how organizations can promote well-being at work and how leaders and managers can inspire employees to adopt healthier behaviors, Laura is a frequent keynote speaker and trains managers and leaders around the country. Laura is also an adjunct faculty at the California Institute for Integral Studies, recipient of the American Heart Association’s “2020 Impact” award and the National Wellness Institute’s “Circle of Leadership” Award. A graduate of Brown University School of Education and Stanford University in International Relations, she lives in San Francisco with her fiancé. Motion Infusion 3053 Fillmore St. #181 San Francisco, CA 94123, 415-310-5505 firstname.lastname@example.org