NWI Webinar: Meaningful Motivation: Leveraging Causes Employees Care About
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NWI Webinar: Meaningful Motivation: Leveraging Causes Employees Care About

This webinar is part of NWI's Wellness Webinars series--always free for NWI members!

 Export to Your Calendar 3/26/2020
When: Thursday, March 26, 2020
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. CT
Where: United States
Presenter: Timothy Guinan, MBA
Contact: National Wellness Institute

Online registration is available until: 3/26/2020
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Meaningful Motivation: Leveraging Causes Employees Care About to Inspire and Reward Healthy Behaviors

Timothy GuinanDate: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time: 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. CENTRAL (CT) time
Presenter: Timothy Guinan, MBA


Continuing education credit included!

Webinar Description

During this presentation, you will learn about the case for using charitable causes and donations to drive engagement in wellness programs. Participants will be presented with steps to structure a program that includes charitable partners, donations, and incentives. Attend this webinar to discover how organizations are realizing their vision of enhanced employee well-being through social responsibility.


Following this presentation, participants will be able to:

  • explain the case for using charitable causes
  • describe how to structure a program to include charitable partners/donations/incentives
  • describe case studies of success.

Webinar Access

Free for NWI members! Register above.

$60 for Guests/Non-members. (Join NWI now for free access!)

About the Presenter

Tim Guinan, MBA has been engaged with mission-based organizations his entire life. He founded N Street Strategies, a Washington, D.C-based consulting firm that offered strategic and operational consulting services to the nonprofit sector. Tim also served as Program Director and COO of PeacePlayers International, a leader in the sport for development movement. Additional, Tim has also taught social responsibility at Georgetown University at the graduate level. In recent years, Tim co-founded Givhero, with its mission to create socially responsible and connected communities through health and wellness. Givhero provides employers a powerful way to build a healthy culture of employee well-being and community impact. Tim earned his MBA from The George Washington University and his bachelor’s degree from Miami University, where he competed as a Division 1 athlete.