A one-hour masterclass on how to create and implement a wellbeing strategy and increase engagement.
Most employers have stepped-up the wellbeing support they offer colleagues, but many recognise that they are not experts in wellbeing and find it hard to get colleagues fully engaged or use what's on offer.
- Wellbeing is no longer a ‘nice to have’, it’s essential.
- Covid-19 has heightened the importance of looking after employees’ mental and physical wellbeing.
- Overcome the risk of a fragmented culture, by connecting and motivating colleagues working remotely and in the office.
Who’s it for?
HR professionals, business owners, CEOs and Mental Health First Aiders who recognise the importance of wellbeing, want to develop a bespoke strategy to increase employee engagement and change the culture.
What you’ll learn?
The WorkLifeWell framework is broken down into three distinct stages: Discover, Design and Deliver. You will learn how to apply this framework to your company and leave with a fresh approach to creating a wellbeing strategy.
We'll share some bright ideas on how to better connect colleagues and increase engagement.
1) Discover what wellbeing success looks like, how to use data to analyse and pinpoint wellbeing needs.
2) Design your business’s wellbeing goals, activities and a well-rounded engagement plan.
3) Deliver a strategy that has a measurable impact.
Leave with the confidence to design and implement a wellbeing strategy that inspires and engages colleagues.
DIY Wellbeing Strategy - Masterclass
Thursday 31 March 2022
12:00 - 13:00 (GMT) CEO masterclass
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT) HR and Wellbeing Leaders
15:30 - 16:30 (GMT) Mental Health First Aiders
Please register and select your preferred time to receive confirmation and an invitation to Zoom.REGISTER NOW
Include HR and business leaders from The Arts Council, The Football Association (The FA), ACCA, Clyde&Co, Macfarlanes, Howard Kennedy, Mishcon De Reya, Gillen De Alwis, Ince, Cleary Gottlieb, Fladgate, Marriot Harrison Radcliffe Le Brasseur, Sintons, DLRC, Guildhawk, Gerald Edelman, World Vision.
Prior to COVID we'd all be sharing knowledge over breakfast in a beautiful venue. So for now you'll have to bring your own cuppa as we're meeting at your place via Zoom. The good news is you can wear your slippers and no one will ever know.