SoulBeing Member & Industry Events
HPA Member Meeting
September 21 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
This event is approved for 2.5 SHRM Professional Development Credits
Implementing new health benefit strategies is hard. Will there be disruption? Will there be member pushback? Will members utilize it? Do they understand why the change is being made? These are just a few of the concerns that employers have whenever they consider changing employee benefits, and sometimes employers end up taking a pass on promising strategies due to fear of potential employee disruption or disapproval.
Luckily, there’s a wealth of knowledge and experience out there on how to communicate and implement changes smoothly. For this HPA member meeting we’ll be bringing in an expert to share best practices that employers of all sizes can utilize to ensure that benefit changes are smoothly implemented, and understood and appreciated by members.
In addition to the presentation on how to effectively manage and communicate change, we’ll also hear from a Maine employer about how they managed to implement a “disruptive” benefit change without the disruption. Attendees will hear about the range of strategies they employed to ensure employees were not only OK with the change, but actually supportive.
We hope you can join us!
About our Keynote, Ashleigh Gunter – President, Translucent Healthcare Consulting
Ashleigh combines her experience, an understanding of organizational culture, and a practical mindset to meet her clients’ needs. With over 30 years of management consulting experience, Ashleigh has deep expertise in advising in the dramatically changing Healthcare market.
Ashleigh specializes in helping her clients drive change within their health plans, resulting in increased employee engagement, improved human resources experience, and reduced cost for both the employer and the employee. She believes in challenging the status quo by creating direct relationships between Employers and Providers.
Ashleigh has been a key contributor to several Community Owned Health Plans in states from Washington to Virginia and has been credited with being key to employee participation and support of the plans.
In working for Andersen Consulting/Accenture, Deloitte Consulting, and The Gunter Group, Ashleigh has provided advice and consulting support to Fortune 100 C-Suite executives over her career. She has an M.B.A. with a focus in Strategic Management and Organizational Change from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Denver with a concentration in Finance.
Thank you to Lockton for helping to make this meeting possible!