CGF is proud to host two keynote speakers who will deliver their respective presentations at the next Wellness Programme Management Intervention scheduled for 20 - 21 May 2014. On the first day of the Intervention, Mr Nthato Malope (Kimberley-Clark: End User Marketing Manager), will deliver the opening address on Practical Steps to Create Exceptional Workplaces. Mr Malope heads up the international Healthy Workplace Project in South African and is responsible for managing corporate end-user needs.
On the second day of the Intervention, Mr Terry Booysen (CGF Research Institute: CEO) will address the audience on Employee Wellness as Good Corporate Governance Practices. Both respected speakers are passionate about employee rights and has been involved in many projects that make a positive difference to good corporate governance. The Intervention will commence with Dr Dicky Els speaking about best practice wellness programmes, employee wellness, disease management and the evaluation and certification of health and productivity management systems.
Click hereto download the agenda, programme and registration details, for the Wellness Programme Management Intervention.
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