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At IWBI we believe that buildings should be developed with people's health and wellness at the center of design.
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IWBI May 24
Reflecting back on the incredible conversations and insights shared at . These few days highlighted how wellness-focused leaders can truly transform people's lives, careers and experiences. Thank you to all who sponsored, attended and made this inaugural event a reality!
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IWBI May 24
Have you ever thought about how your neighborhood or immediate community impacts your health? Get inspired as we celebrate some of our Community projects and the incredible progress they've made:
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IWBI May 23
Transforming our culture and the way we work requires a movement, not a mandate. The past few days were inspiring, rejuvenating and motivational and we are excited to close out with remarks from .
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Sadie Chanlett-Avery May 23
Thank you for a stellar summit! The was gorgeous & the content was excellent. You have a very talented staff
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IWBI May 23
“If you are the change agent, how do you stay resilient?” Dr. Nancy Post left the room feeling energized and empowered to turn insights into action!
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Scalish Construction May 22
Our fearless leader, Frank Scalish, is attending the 's Workplace Wellness Leadership Summit at the The conference explores transforming the workplace to allow employees to thrive & hosts speakers from world-class orgs!
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IWBI May 22
There’s nothing like ending the day with great company around the fire. Wrapping up our second day at !
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IWBI May 22
“’One size fits all’ doesn’t work anymore...we need options,” says Dawn Runge . The panel discussed how to develop & scale wellness programs that work and best practices for measuring success w/ Andy Lee, Dawn Runge, Tami Ireland, Taryn Miller-Stevens &
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Randy W. Fiser May 22
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ASID May 22
Even if you weren't able to attend Randy Fiser's session at , you can still learn all about the ASID HQ pre and post-occupancy research findings by reading the case brief -
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IWBI May 22
“When the mind and body are connected, that’s when the magic happens.” Feeling centered and recharged after a breath workshop with the inspiring . Thank you, Sandy!
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IWBI May 22
How do we design spaces that benefit both introverts and extroverts? How can leaders set an example of self-care? attendees are sharing their ideas on how to hack the modern office for health.
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Jennifer Taranto May 22
this morning to design better spaces for the human experience with , Randy Fisher, Kay Sargent of and Victoria Lanteigne of at the .
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IWBI May 22
of Potential Project turns conventional leadership thinking upside. “If leaders can’t fundamentally understand themselves and their minds, how can they effectively lead their companies in a mindful way?”
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IWBI May 22
of Potential Project turns conventional leadership thinking upside down. “If leaders can’t fundamentally understand themselves and their minds, how can they effectively lead their companies?”
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IWBI May 22
The HQ saw employees embracing healthy practices, a decrease in absenteeism and savings of $700K/year after pursuing WELL Certification.
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judithwebb May 22
What an extraordinary panel of talent here at ! So fortunate to have such leadership sharing so generously. ⁦
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tracy backus May 22
Sharing so much life, and work,changing information.
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IWBI May 22
“We have always embraced the art of design. Now we’re embracing the science.” ’s Kay Sargent at
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IWBI May 22
of Potential Project turns conventional leadership thinking upside down. “If leaders can’t fundamentally understand themselves and their mind, how can they effectively lead their companies?”
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