The Burnalong Leadership Series Presents

Wellness During COVID: Lessons from Guiding 10,000+

Lewis E. Forrest II

Associate Dean for University Life at George Mason University

Amanda Bailey

VP of Human Resources at Brown University

Kevin George

Director of Campus Recreation at Rowan University

Webinar Details

Recorded: Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Duration: 45 min + Q&A

What You'll Hear

COVID has created challenges in all areas of life, one of the most significant being personal wellness. Many leaders have been faced with the difficult task of finding new and innovative ways to provide support through this stressful and isolating time.

A panel of leaders from Brown University, George Mason University, and Rowan University met for a discussion around the different dimensions of wellness and how to successfully reach and support large groups and diverse audiences.

You'll walk away with:

With new challenges, there has never been a more important time for employers to focus on delivering personalized wellness for their diverse workforce.

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About Burnalong

INC Magazine described Burnalong as “Pioneering a New Approach to Wellness (That Actually Sticks)”.

That’s because Burnalong helps individual users, employees, and their families achieve their health and wellness goals. It starts with personalized online wellness videos. This includes thousands of classes across 45+ categories, including classes for those who are struggling to achieve their health and wellness goals. Users also receive pre-built and custom challenges, programs, health metrics, and the ability to track goals and habits.

And it continues by delivering social motivation through group classes. Users have the option of taking classes alone, on-demand, in private groups, or live.

That’s why Burnalong users include insurance plans, cities, hospitals, universities, senior centers, and companies across the globe.

Our members range from amateur athletes to people struggling with chronic conditions. The youngest is 6-weeks old (taking Mommy and Me classes). And the oldest is 97 and counting.

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Employers of All Sizes are Seeing 5x Engagement on Burnalong.