Is your workplace health & wellness program doing more harm than good? – Glenn risely

Glenn Risely, CEO, HeadUp Labs

Glen Risely

The challenge of keeping your employees engaged, healthy and happy is no small task. But are the “lose weight”, “move more”, “don’t smoke”, “drink water”, “mindfulness”, “get more sleep” messages getting through?

During Glenn’s presentation at the OHS Leaders Summit he lifted the lid on the expensive mistakes being made by organisations from across the world, and, shared practical insights on how to avoid them and deliver a program that transforms your people and your organisation.

He expanded on how to change the approach to help actually shift the needle on what’s important.


Glenn Riseley developed and built the Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) which was rolled out to millions of employees across 185 countries and thousands of workplaces – from Fortune 500 companies to SME’s. Now a part of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group of Companies, GCC continues to improve the health and engagement of employees in every kind of industry. Since leaving the business in 2017, Glenn has been busy investing in innovation and establishing HeadUp Labs, a consumer (people) focused startup that is harnessing wearable technology, artificial intelligence, big data and creative thinking to develop the world’s first human dashboard.

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