A strategic approach to workplace wellbeing - Norwich
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A strategic approach to workplace wellbeing - Norwich

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Successful workplace wellbeing programmes are multifaceted, actively managed, and evolving. Join us in person, to hear Professor Kevin Daniels, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of East Anglia, who will outline a strategic approach that focuses on how to make the different elements of a wellbeing strategy work in practice.

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Programme outline

Based on extensive research, Kevin will explain how workplace wellbeing programmes become embedded and sustained into organisations. Also, he will introduce a free web-enabled toolkit and free professional development course to guide choice of wellbeing initiatives, implementation of initiatives, and on how to make the business case for workplace wellbeing.

The learning outcomes from Kevin’s session include:

  • How to make the business case for workplace wellbeing programmes.
  • The five key principles of managing, evolving, and sustaining workplace wellbeing.
  • How to manage a workplace wellbeing programme.

Who will benefit ?

Those of you in middle, senior manager roles, also those aspiring to such roles.

Speakers’ details:

Kevin Daniels, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of East Anglia, leads an extensive programme of research on workplace wellbeing. A world-renowned expert of workplace wellbeing, he is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, of the Academy of Social Sciences, and of the Royal Society of Arts and Manufactures, as well as serving on health, safety, and wellbeing groups of the British Psychological Society, and the British Standards Institute.

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