WE’RE WISDOM WORKS AND WE BELIEVE
WE’RE GLAD YOU ASKED. . .
TODAY THRIVING IS
BUSINESS CRITICAL —
COMPANIES ARE FINDING
THAT ADVANCING THRIVING
IS KEY TO INCREASING
AND ATTRACTING TOP TALENT
IN A COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT
CREATE A CULTURE
STAND OUT —
AND LEAVE A BENEFICIAL LEGACY
AND MORE AND MORE RESEARCH SHOWS
IN A VARIETY OF MEASURABLE WAYS
THRIVING HAS A POSITIVE IMPACT
HEALTHCARE AND OTHER COSTS
ARE BETTER MANAGED
PEOPLE FEEL ENERGIZED, FULFILLED,
AND FULLY ENGAGED AT WORK
PRODUCTIVITY IS INCREASING . . .
WELLBEING FUELS YOUR
WORKPLACE & SOCIAL INNOVATIONS
THAT'S WHY WE BELIEVE
A CULTURE OF THRIVING
IS ONE OF THE MOST
WAYS TO DEMONSTRATE
YET FOR MOST ORGANIZATIONS
A WHOLE NEW SET
HERE'S HOW WISDOM WORKS
OF LEADERSHIP SKILLS
CAN HELP YOU
SINCE 1999 WISDOM WORKS HAS ADVANCED
THRIVING IN LEADERSHIP WORLDWIDE
SINCE 1999 WISDOM WORKS HAS ADVANCED THRIVING IN LEADERSHIP WORLDWIDE
We’ve advised, coached, and trained executives to place thriving at the center of how they lead,
build teams, forge productive relationships, and make business decisions.
We’ve helped leaders, at every level of the organization, shift from a stress-filled model of personal
and professional management to new mindsets and competence to help people—employees,
consumers, and citizens—THRIVE.
READY TO THRIVE?
CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION
RENEE MOOREFIELD, Ph. D.
and work in the 21st century led Renee to launch Wisdom Works Group with her husband
David Moorefield in 1999. Ever since, she’s helped forward-thinking clients—including Apollo Group,
Booz Allen Hamilton, Merck & Company, Centura Health, Western Union and The Coca-Cola Company—
embed wellbeing strategies to create inspired workplaces, develop caring relationships with citizens,
and produce results that matter. Renee is the author of Driven by Wellth, which explores a shift
in business values from wealth to wellbeing, and blogs about leadership and organizational vitality
at Wellbeing + Strategy. She’s working toward a “big hairy audacious goal” of cycling across the USA
DAVID MOOREFIELD, Ph. D.
led large-scale wellbeing efforts in corporations and clinical venues. He is known for his fresh, experiential
approach to support learning and sustainable behavior change and for his impressive results—individuals
at every organizational level who are less stressed and reactive and more resourceful and productive.
He launched Wisdom Works Group with his wife Renee Moorefield in 1999. David finds his energy soars
when he’s cycling anywhere, any time, and any day.
sectors, Karen brings special expertise in integrated stakeholder engagement strategies and building
strategic partnerships for wellbeing and sustainability. She’s one of the “Top 10 Women of Sustainability”
in the clean-technology and sustainability sectors and is on the Board of the Women’s Network for a
Sustainable Future and a Senior Associate (Fellow) with the University of Cambridge Programme for
Sustainability Leadership. Karen is energized by dancing, painting, and spending time with her kids.
overseeing EverydayHealth.com, Premium Services and Health Solutions. She is responsible
for the growth and elevation of the company's flagship brand, EverydayHealth.com, and the
company's premium services and Health Solutions. Clare is an award-winning pioneer in the
transformation of how health information is delivered, experienced and perceived by
consumers and healthcare professionals across multiple channels, including the web,
mobile, video, print, TV, and social media. Before joining Everyday Health in July 2014,
she led three online companies, most recently serving as Senior Vice President, General Manager,
and Editor-at-Large of the WebMD Network, where she helped build the brand into a household
name and developed an online audience of more than 100M+ monthly unique users over the course of a decade.
ASHLEY WHITE JUDSON
working in corporate and nonprofit sectors. During her studies she has worked as a Nutrition
Research Assistant at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center, a Graduate Assistant for
a mobile food literacy project called “The Flying Carrot” and at the Pikes Peak Urban Gardens
community demonstration garden known as Harlan Wolfe Ranch. She is most energized when
walking, hiking or riding her bike and experimenting in the kitchen.”
JACKIE ALCALDE MARR
finds that, despite the best strategies, people, and operations, leaders risk sustainable success by not
investing in the wellbeing of themselves and their teams. While in her recent role of Director
of Organization & Talent Development at Oracle, Jackie co-authored Social Media At Work, and
she teaches organization development courses at the University of San Francisco, Drexel University,
and California State University, Sacramento. She is energized by organizations and entrepreneurs
who make a social impact.