Design Your Wellbeing Strategy

Half-day practical workshop




 Thursday 2nd December 2021



A half-day masterclass, designed to give you the tools and resources to create and implement your wellbeing strategy.


Why attend?

  • 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. 
  • It’s time to accelerate your employee wellbeing strategy.

Who’s it for?

HR, Wellbeing teams, Business owners who want to develop a bespoke wellbeing strategy and are responsible for leading wellness initiatives.


Leave with the confidence to design and implement a wellbeing strategy that inspires and engages colleagues.

Design your wellbeing strategy


Thursday 2nd Dec 13:30 - 16:30 (GMT)


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 the tools and resources to create your wellbeing strategy.

Session 1 (13:30-15:00)

Discover what wellbeing success looks like, how to use data to analyse and pinpoint wellbeing needs and learn the top tips, tools and techniques from others.

Break (15:00-15:15)

It’s a remote workshop so just like this course, it’s DIY.

Session 2 (15:15-16.30)

Design your business’s wellbeing goals and engagement plan, learn how to deliver the right activities for a well-rounded programme and how to use data to refine the programme and evaluate success.

Who are WorkLifeWell?

Over the past 7 years, WorkLifeWell have been training teams on how to develop a well-rounded wellbeing strategy to engage and motivate colleagues. Meet the team

Previous Participants

Include HR and business leaders from World Vision, 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 and more.... 


What participants have to say...



Prior to COVID we'd all be sharing knowledge in-person. So for now you'll have to bring your own cuppa as we're meeting at your place via Zoom. 

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