Join us May 30–June 1, 2017 at
Learn about the latest in workplace wellbeing, network with peers and exchange best practices for engagement.
Thrive Summit 2017, the premier conference on employee wellbeing and engagement, unites inspirational speakers, industry insiders, and HR leaders representing a broad range of industries and geographies. Attend and you’ll discover how to harness the power of employee wellbeing to engage your workforce and drive business performance.
Leading Psychology Expert, Bestselling Author and Top TED Talk Speaker
Co-Founder & CEO, GoodThink
Generational Expert, Millennial Perspective
Research Director, Keynote Speaker & Consultant, BridgeWorks
Generational Expert, Generation X Perspective
Keynote Speaker & Consultant, BridgeWorks
Nutrition, Weight Management & Chronic Disease Prevention Expert
Founding Director of Yale University's Prevention Research Center & the True Health Initiative
Employee wellbeing is the very foundation of the employee experience and critical for business success. After all, if we aren't well in all aspects of our lives, we cannot be engaged; and if we aren’t engaged, we won’t achieve peak individual and organizational performance.
As the workforce continues to evolve, so too are the ways we support our people. No longer a nice to have, wellbeing is the crux of deeply engaged and productive employees, award-winning cultures, and high-performing companies.
As an HR professional, you’re at the helm of a wellbeing revolution. You have a unique opportunity to empower your employees, deliver an irresistible employee experience and drive critical business results.
Thrive Summit 2017 will be held at Scottsdale's Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, in Arizona.
Hotel rooms are being offered at a special discounted rate until May 8, 2017, or until full. Rooms will sell out quickly, so book now! After May 8 or when the room block is full, rooms will be based on current hotel availability and will be offered at the most competitive rate. We encourage you to book your room soon to take advantage of the discounted rate.