Unlocking Workplace Well-being

Register for November 8
Research from Gallup shows supportive managers as the MOST important predictor of well-being in employees, which leads directly to increased employee engagement, retention, and productivity.
Join Heart to Heart Leadership in partnership with the Greater Akron Chamber, for a full-day (9:00 am – 3:00 pm) program aimed at providing managers the tools and resources to promote workplace well-being and enhance the productivity and culture of your workplace.
UNLOCKING WORKPLACE WELL-BEING: Practical Strategies for Managers that Make a Difference

A workshop of personal insights and practical approaches that you can take to support well-being in the workplace. During our time together in this interactive program, we will explore:

  • What well-being means and why it matters in the workplace.
  • The roles and responsibilities of a manager to foster a sense of well-being.
  • How managers can translate information about workplace well-being and apply practical day-to-day strategies for their employees as well as for themselves.

The Manager Connection to Workplace Well-Being—What’s the Impact?

Organizational support is essential to employee well-being.  And, research shows supportive managers as the most important predictor of well-being in employees, which leads directly to increased employee engagement, retention, and productivity.   

Consider the following:

  • When employees feel their employer cares about their well-being, they’re 38% more likely to be engaged.
  • A staggering 70% of an employee’s motivation is influenced by their manager.
  • A strong manager relationship leads to more productive, efficient, and loyal employees who create less conflict

(Sources:  Gallup and University of California Davis Human Resources)


  • The why behind workplace well-being—latest research, trends, and managerial influence.
  • Workplace well-being—creating a culture of shared responsibility and accountability.
  • The manager roles of creator, challenger, & coach—an inside-out approach to enhance personal and team well-being.
  • Mindful tools that support healthy communication, resiliency and well-being, and energy management.
  • Specific strategies that support workplace well-being that are within the scope of managerial influence.
  • An action plan and resources for moving forward.



    Managers and supervisors of employees, human resource professionals, leaders of organizations interested in learning more about how their managers can support their employees’ well-being.


    Dates: November 8

     Time:  9:00AM-3:00PM   

    Location:  Greater Akron Chamber (388 S. Main St. Ste. 205, Akron, OH)

    Cost: $399 for GAC Members and $599 for non-members (Includes continental breakfast, light snacks, lunch, and participant materials).

    Due to the nature of the experience, the number of participants in each session will be limited.

    Please reach out to Jeremy Lile (jeremy@htohleadership.org) or Chris Williams (chris@htohleadership.org) if you have any questions.