Meeting attendees tend to indulge more and move less when they are away from home and their normal routines. These tendencies are not good for them, or your meeting. Sluggish meeting attendees are not attentive, participatory meeting attendees.
Creating a culture of health and wellness in meetings and conferences is an important way to help people eat well and be physically active, foster healthier work environments, and cultivate social norms around healthier choices and behaviors.
With advice from Angela Amico, from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, along with their actionable toolkit and savvy infographic, you will be well on your way to healthier meetings with attention to easy and sustainable changes to your existing meeting format.
Join us to discover:
- The rationale for a healthier meeting
- Specific recommendations and guidelines for improvement
- How to best work with your CVB, hotels and venues for results that matter