Yes, And: When Employers Spotlight Workplace Well-Being, Outcomes Improve

June 24th, 2024 | | 32:49
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Workplace well-being can only be achieved when the entire team – from leadership to specialists and everyone in between – works collaboratively with trust and commitment towards shared goals.

In this episode of the Business Group on Health podcast, we speak with Tim Cunningham, Interim Executive Director of Clowns Without Borders and former Co-Chief Well-being Officer at Emory Healthcare. Tim’s professional experience took him from clown to nurse to health care executive, and in this podcast he shares how his unique background informed his current focus on workplace well-being. Tim shares how leaders, including Chief Well-being Officers, can drive the cultural changes that impact employee well-being and professional fulfillment, ultimately improving outcomes.

Guest: Tim Cunningham | DrPH, Interim Executive Director, Clowns Without Borders USA

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