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January Chapter Lunch Meeting - The Secret’s Out: All You Need Is Love

When: Thursday, January 25th
11:00 am registration
Where: RTP Foundation
12 Davis Drive
RTP 27713
United States
Contact: TSHRM Secretary

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What if you discovered a secret formula for rallying people—one that also enhanced their health, well-being, and quality of life? And what if you found out that it was free to use? Wouldn’t you race to use it?

Love may very well be that secret formula. 

Companies rooted in genuine care are today’s best value creators, both socially and financially. At the individual level, striking research shows that love brings about important health benefits. So if love improves physical health and bottom lines and makes life worth living, let’s get to it and create organizational cultures filled with care and compassion!

In this session, you will discover:

  • How care and compassion—aka, “love”—build competitive advantages
  • Some of the most compelling research that demonstrates the impact of love and connectedness on individual health behaviors and outcomes
  • How to start building a culture where care and compassion are front and center—even with no or low budgets

Speaker Bio:

MJ Shaar is a Wellness and Motivational Speaker, and one of the most sought-after experts
applying positive psychology to healthy workplace cultures. Trained by the National Speakers
Association, she is one of the first 50 in the world to obtain a Master in Applied Positive
Psychology from UPenn. She has worked in 10 countries over 4 continents and 4 languages. She
co-authored Smarts and Stamina: The Busy Person’s Guide to Optimal Health and
Performance, and contributes to Huff Post and Psychology Today.