David Reeves, Limeade Founder, on QS as Employee Wellness

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In this video from the recent QS Show&Tell David Reeves of Limeade describes the challenges of providing a universal self-tracking system in the context of an employee wellness program. The Q&A covers a lot of great territory, including how to make self-tracking rewarding, how to encourage participation, analysis techniques, and privacy issues.

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