How to create a healthy workplace event

How to create a healthy workplace event

Find the inspiration and know-how to start improving your workplace wellbeing

You know that when your people are in good physical and mental health, they are happier, more engaged and more productive. You may even have resolved to create a healthier workplace in 2019. But perhaps you’re finding it hard to take the first step or get to the next level, or maybe you worry that it’s all too difficult to do whilst running your small business. If that’s you, we’d love to see you at our “How To Create A Healthy Workplace” event, which will give you the inspiration and know-how to start improving your workplace wellbeing.

There will be a talk from our HR consultants, Claire Healy and Naomi Scoffham on the business benefits of promoting workplace wellbeing and the impact it has on organisational performance. They will share industry facts and figures to demonstrate the importance of wellbeing in the modern workplace. We are delighted to host this event with Matthew Carlton, Founder of Shine Workplace Wellbeing who will share examples, insights, and case studies from businesses – of all sizes – who are successfully implementing employee wellbeing schemes and initiatives – and are achieving notable business gains. We will also be joined by Katie Driver, Founder of Thinking Alliance, who will show how simple adjustments to meetings and conversations can improve the way we think and work together and give a big boost to wellbeing and business effectiveness. You’ll take away some tried-and-tested tools and tips to help you and your team feel more engaged and resilient as well as more productive.

Following the talks our speakers will be joined by Nathan Winch from the London Healthy Workplace Charter and you will have the chance to ask the panel any questions you may have. There will also be the opportunity to chat more informally with the speakers and network with the other attendees.

This event will take place at our Raynes Park office on Thursday 24th January from 9:45am. It is free to attend, but numbers are limited so please let us know if you will be coming. We look forward to seeing you there!

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