Behavioral Economics Role in Driving Change
As more employers invest in holistic well-being programs and resources, leading organizations are learning just how difficult it can be for employees to adopt healthy habits over the long term. That’s why many are adopting key principles of behavioral economics, leveraging them to support employees and help make healthy changes a little easier.
When included as part of an employee well-being strategy, behavioral economics and the use of incentives have the ability to help drive engagement and motivate major change. In this webinar replay, Dr. Eric Finkelstein, Executive Center Director of Lien Centre for Palliative Care and Research Professor at Duke University Global Health Institute will share the economics of health behaviors and top ways to infuse them within your employee well-being strategy. You'll learn:
- Behavioral economics' role in healthy behaviors
- Why behavioral economics and incentives can help enhance your employee well-being programs
- Tips and tactics to tap behavioral economics and begin motivating healthy habits among your employees