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Cities for Workforce Health Launches Series of Educational Webinars

April 12, 2013
The League of California Cites’ League Partner program is launching a series of educational webinars as part of  Cities for Workforce Health.
The series of five monthly webinars starts on April 26, and will focus on subjects related to implementing workforce wellness including leadership engagement, program assessment and evaluation, policy and environment changes, program design and employee engagement.   
The Cities for Workforce Wellness program seeks to provide low- and no-cost assistance to cities that are looking to create and foster employee wellness programs. Cities throughout the state have begun to engage in the program through the Tier 1 introductory webinar and have been completing the criteria necessary to move into the next stage of the program. Cities that participate in Tier 2 will be eligible to apply for $5,000 in program support grants as a part of Tier 3 (due to launch in fall 2013).
Webinar Details
Friday, April 26, 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Securing Leadership Support for Workforce Health will address:
  • How to make the business case for workforce health;
  • What leadership support and engagement looks like; and
  • The importance of building a culture of health at the worksite, and how to become involved in the HEAL Cities Campaign.
Webinar presenters include:
  • Tom Carter, vice president, HealthWorks Consulting and Customer Support, Kaiser Permanente; and
  • Charlotte Dickson, MSW, director, HEAL Cities Campaign, California Center for Public Health Advocacy.
Registration Information
Please register online.
To register for these webinars, cities must have met the requirements of Tier 1 and 2. Participants who register will automatically receive registration information for each of the four subsequent monthly educational webinars.
For more information about the program and to find out how to get your city involved visit the Cities for Workforce Health webpage or contact Mike Egan at (916) 658-8271.

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