Develop the right workplace wellbeing strategy for your organisation

30th January 2019

Organisations are increasingly seeing the benefit of workplace wellbeing, not just in terms of greater productivity but also in building a culture that attracts and retains the best talent. A positive approach to physical and mental wellbeing can make a huge difference to how your people feel about working for you.

So, isn’t it time you developed a workplace wellbeing strategy?  Join us on Thursday the 7th of March at 6pm and find out how to get it right.

About our Speaker – Debbie Kleiner

Debbie is Head of Workplace Happiness at PES ( whose motto is Happy People, Happy Business. PES is predominantly an employee benefits business but Debbie heads up the workplace wellbeing department helping businesses plan and deliver their wellbeing strategies.

Debbie turned her hand to workplace wellbeing after 15 years running Best Health, a medical insurance broker firm. Best Health merged with PES 4 years ago when Debbie started the Wellbeing department. She has a has a Masters degree in workplace wellbeing, a Stress Management Diploma and is qualified by MHFA England to deliver their mental health first aid certificated courses.

About this session

In this session, Debbie will cover how to develop a workplace wellbeing strategy that’s right for your organisation. She will touch on happiness/wellbeing theory and provide evidence that an investment in wellbeing works for companies.

She will introduce some validated tools that have been successfully used to measure wellbeing and can help provide a basis for building a wellbeing strategy for your organisation. Finally, she will give some examples of how companies have interpreted workplace wellbeing for their own organisations.

Booking is via Eventbrite


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