WHEALTH Conference: Don’t die too young or too soon


WHEALTH Conference: for health, wealth and fulfillment.

A sudden wave of wellness and wealthiness cultures, is set to hit work spaces in Ghana washing ashore bad working habits that for a long time, has sucked life out of the nation’s workforce. The wave will leave a clean coastline of healthy sound minded work force and with rippling benefits to employers, workers and families.
Work places in our fast paced world today are increasingly becoming cold deathbeds where active Ghanaian workforce toil and moil with the hope of creating wealth only to be pronounced dead after neglecting their health for a long time and resorting to life taking habits.
The birth of The WHEALTH Conference will however minimize this unfortunate occurrence if not completely eradicate its existence!

Slated for May 17th to 19th at the Accra International Conference Center, The WHEALTH Conference as a social intervention is one of its kind as it seeks to teach employers and employees how to sustainably cultivate healthy habits that will make them more productive and fulfilled.

Speaking at the Conference is Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Dr. Ron Z. Goetzel who is a senior scientist and director of the Institute of Health and Productivity Studies at the same institution. Dr. Ron who doubles as the Vice President of Consulting and Applied Research for Truven Health Analytics (USA) will speak on the theme “Planning, developing and implementing successful workplace wellness programs”.

Dr. Ron Z. Goetzel

Also, a naturopath, lifestyle consultant and CEO of the Goodlife Naturopathic Clinic Alt. Dr. David Addo will be speaking on “How to maintain quality health while working under pressure”. Dr. Addo brings on board years of specialized experience treating lifestyle diseases with principles of prevention and or reversing lifestyle diseases.
With her vast experience garnered across London and Accra providing communication and media consultancy to investors, businesses and entrepreneurs, creator of AB2020 Akosua Annabil, will speak to conference delegates on “ Investment opportunities and why SME’s must become investment ready”. Akosua has worked with, hosted and consulted for platforms including The Global African Investment Summit (Westminster- UK), Africa Angel Investment Forum (London-UK), Angel Fair Africa (Accra-Ghana) among many others.

Bringing on board over 30 years of practical experience in working with the private and small and medium scale enterprises in Ghana is CEO of the National Medium –Term Privatate Sector Development Strategy(PSDS) and overall winner of Believe-Begin-Become2006, a National business plan competition by Google Foundation and TechnoServe(Ghana) Joe Tackie. He will address conference delegates on “ Building a sustainable and robust business with the right systems and structures in place; including the right corporate governance”.

The conference presents business opportunities to such as direct sales and marketing at conference exhibition to over 1000 professionals as well as over 100 SMEs and larger businesses and significant industry players. It offers also free health screening and consultations, fitness talks and activities, half price deals on various items and special health insurance premiums all in one.

The WHEALTH Conference stands out as a one stop shop with packages from partners across fields including investment, asset, health care and allied service providers, hospitality operators, insurance- asset, resorts and relaxation, travel and tour, nutrition services and many more.
The WHEALTH conference promises health, wealth and fulfilment.

Registration is still underway. To participate contact 0266664000; 0200950900; 0266438082; 0204462536. To register your staff online, log on to www.mindworksghana.com.gh

Caleb Kudah

Posted by Caleb Kudah

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