The State of Employee Well-being 2021 logo

We are pleased to be a sponsor of’s event ‘The State of Employee Well-being 2021’ on February 10-11, 2021. This virtual event will delve into the topics of employee safety, health, and well-being in today’s workplace. Although the COVID-19 pandemic brought these issues into focus as never before, the emphasis on employee well-being far pre-date the pandemic. Organizations increasingly understand that long-term employee performance hinges on that well-being.

At the event you will learn: 

  • How to address current levels of employee well-being in today’s global workforce, the challenges to and drivers of that well-being, the business practices that increase well-being, and the pattern likely to emerge soon.  
  • The importance of employee safety and health during the recent pandemic, but it will not focus exclusively on these areas. Once the pandemic is over, employee well-being will continue to be a high priority. 
  • About the technologies, services, and approaches that increase well-being. For example, some organizations have been innovating in areas such as health operating systems and virtual healthcare and well-being solutions. 
  • The details of the current state of employee health and well-being – what works, examine new technologies and services and consider where it’s likely to be soon.  

Aduro Session:
Change Resilience: The Key to Lasting Employee Well-being 

February 11, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET 

As businesses and employees continue to grapple with the impact of COVID-19, building workplace resilience has never been more important. With remote working becoming the norm for many, businesses need to reconsider their approach to sustaining employee well-being, mental health, engagement, and connection in a virtual world. 

When you equip employees to respond to stress effectively, you help them bounce back instead of burning out. Building resilience is a journey of developing self-awareness and exploring emotions. That includes supporting those emotions through tools and resources, then shaping and developing habits that support an individual even after the program or workshop is complete.  

Join this discussion with Dr. Toni Best and Maddison Bezdicek to learn: 

  • What workplace resilience is and why it’s important 
  • How 2020 has affected how we can support employees 
  • Practical tips to build resilience in 2021 
  • The impact building resilience can have on the culture of an organization 

Our speakers: 

Dr. Toni Best - Chief Human Performance Officer and founder at Aduro

Dr. Toni Best is the Chief Human Performance Officer and founder at Aduro, a Human Performance company that promotes well-being in corporate workplaces. She holds a B.S. in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and is a Certified Intrinsic Coach and Valuation Specialist with more than 15 years of teaching and coaching experience. Toni drives Human Performance program development, transformative habit change, leadership training, talent development, and company culture initiatives at Aduro, focusing on enlivening the workplace and maximizing individual and team performance. 

Maddison Bezdicek - Health Strategies Practice Leader at Hylant

Maddison Bezdicek is a Health Strategies Practice Leader at Hylant, one of the largest privately-owned insurance brokerages in the U.S. offering risk management services, employee benefits consultation, wellness strategy, and healthcare management. Maddison helps organizations create workplaces that truly support and care for employees so that they can create a workplace environment where people want to work and then go home fulfilled each day. She has a Master of Science degree in Health, Physical Activity, & Chronic Disease and a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. 

Moderator: Joshua Templeton, Chief Growth Officer at Aduro, is responsible for the growth and direction of Aduro. Josh has been a part of several dynamic companies, ADP, Cvent, and Workhuman in his professional career serving in several roles directly tied to sales and client management. What excites him the most about Aduro is that he gets to be a part of an organization that is truly impacting people’s lives while driving organizations to tap into their people’s amazing potential. Josh, his wife Katie, and their four children originally hail from Baltimore, Maryland but now call Portland, Oregon home. 

Don’t miss this important event to best support the health and well-being of your employees in the ever-changing environment as a result of COVID-19.  

Learn more about Aduro’s employee wellness solutions.