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Sean Sullivan is the Co-founder, President, and CEO of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management (IHPM), a global enterprise that partners with employers to improve employee health and performance. Since its foundation in 1997, IHPM has been at the forefront of a worldwide movement to value health as a human capital asset in the 21st century. In addition to his role at IHPM, Sean has authored many articles and monographs on health policy and health care market trends, and he currently serves as the Co-editor for the Health & Productivity Management magazine.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Sean Sullivan shares his predictions about the future of COVID-19 and its impact on global work
- The top factors that influence business performance: sleep, mental health, and obesity
- How “presenteeism” affects daily employee productivity
- Sean talks about how music has helped him become a better communicator
- Some of Sean’s proudest and most challenging moments—both personally and professionally
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