WPBC October Luncheon - Bringing Mental And Emotional Services to the Workplace

  • 20 Oct 2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Paradise Valley Country Club, 7101 N Tatum Blvd Paradise Valley, AZ 85253


  • $30 Member - Discount for WBPC Members - LinkedIn connections

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Thank you to Paycor for being a sponsor of this upcoming networking and educational event on Thursday!

Join the Phoenix Chapter of the Western Pension and Benefits Council for an in-person educational and networking event.

We will be welcoming Greg Bennet of StrongerWork.

Imagine your employees feeling fulfilled not just in their jobs, but in their company—and wanting to be a part of its culture. Envision them so engaged with their work, so invested in your mission, and so satisfied with their lives that they have no desire to look for “something better.” Picture how much time, money, and sheer effort that would save you. 

Come out to our October luncheon to learn more about comprehensive services that connect employees to businesses so powerfully, they feel they are integral to it—because they are.

Over the course of his impactful career, Greg Bennet has cared for, served, and empowered dozens of clients and thousands of employees in a multitude of industries, situations, and settings. StrongerWork is a compilation of all that he has learned during the last two decades. 

October 20, 2022

11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Paradise Valley Country Club

7101 N Tatum Blvd

Paradise Valley, AZ 85253


WPBC Luncheons are a great way to reconnect to other professionals in our local community. COVID has been a challenge to anyone who loves in-person networking; however, according to HubSpot, nearly 100% of professionals believe that face-to-face meetings are crucial to keeping long-term business relationships.

A study by Forbes listed the top benefits of in-person networking. The top benefits were:

Building stronger, more meaningful business relationships (85%)
Better ability to read body language and facial expressions (77%)
Ability to bond with co-workers/clients and more social interaction (75%)
Allows for more complex strategic thinking (49%)
Better environment for tough, timely decision-making (44%)
Less opportunity for unnecessary distractions (40%)
Leads to higher-quality decision making (39%)
Easier to focus (38%)
Fewer disruptions and delays (23%)

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