SPECIAL 2 for 1 Offer – Mastering Wellbeing Practitioners Certificate London – 2nd / 3rd October 2019


This is a great opportunity to attend a two-day course, bringing along a colleague for free.

The course covers workplace wellbeing in an organisational and international context.  It provides delegates with the knowledge and understanding of environments in which they as practitioners can plan, implement and evaluate wellbeing programmes to support strategic operational goals.
Launched in partnership with e-reward.co.uk our course is structured on the lines of a voluntary code of practice.  We have set core standards and competences based on survey feedback given by workplace wellbeing practitioners. Clear learning outcomes are defined along with a training syllabus, objectives and course content.

Day 1 –  focuses on the strategic, tactical and operational contexts.
Day 2 – largely comprises an interactive group exercise based on a fictitious organisation, pulling together all the learnings from Day 1 experientially. Time will be built into a plenary session, followed by feedback and course evaluation. Finally, delegates will be presented with their course certificates, which is in the process of being CPD accredited.

To ensure that it fits each individual’s needs, delegates will be asked to complete a survey prior to the course to identify their specific knowledge gaps and training requirements. Delivery of the content can then be tailored accordingly.

Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this great 2 for 1 offer. Save £1,000 and deliver real value to your organisation many times over. Further course and registration details can be found here.

Wellbeing for Multinationals – Creating Ecosystems for Tackling Non-Communicable Diseases

A growing number of employers worldwide are starting to invest in the health and wellbeing of their employees. However, these strategies are also being developed against a growing global threat of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) brought on by famine, poverty, war, population / economic growth etc, which are affecting the future sustainability of organisations and the communities they serve. This article, which is written jointly by Aon and The Wellbeing Leader, is intended to contribute thought leadership to tackling NCDs and debate how multinationals are responding through creating wellbeing ecosystems that can be extended across different continents and countries.

An NCD is a medical condition or disease that is not caused by infectious agents (non-infectious or non-transmissible). NCDs can refer to chronic diseases which last for long periods of time and progress slowly. NCDs are the leading cause of death globally. Cardiovascular is the greatest NCD burden followed by mental health.

Therefore, a human-centric ecosystem can be propagated to some extent by multinational employers provided that it is fully accessible, inclusive, fair and non-discriminatory. It also requires a collaborative approach with the communities that multinationals serve, governments and the healthcare industry. The article explores this further in terms of the key challenges and steps to be taken in creating a wellbeing ecosystem across territories, how to measure its effectiveness and how to future-proof it against future megatrends. https://lnkd.in/eDCbH3z