Why Workplace Wellbeing Should Not Be Like a Christmas Tree

So many workplace wellbeing initiatives come out once a year, sparkle and shine for a few weeks, then disappear for another 11 months. Just like a Christmas tree, they only light up employees’ lives for a short while. How can you make sure your wellbeing strategy, and your mental health initiatives, continue to burn brightly beyond the initial spark?  There is an opportunity to find out more.

At a PES workplace wellbeing conference on 12 September in London, I will explain how to introduce a wellbeing strategy that can ignite your organisation.  Here’s a taster of what you can expect from my session:

1) What does a joined-up and sustainable wellbeing strategy look like?
2) What are your ‘strategic aiming points’ and key principles?
3) How can you measure success? What are the long-term benchmarks?

I will be one of six speakers giving evidence-based ideas on how to make employees happy and productive. You can also look forward to:

Mary Lawrence, Partner, Osborne Clarke
Brian Heyworth, Global Head of Client Strategy, HSBC – why mental health matters
Karen Williams, Chief Financial Officer, Avios Group – a practical case study
Jane Fordham, people, culture and equality consultant – what does diversity and inclusion really mean?
Debbie Kleiner, Head of Workplace Happiness, PES – a 7-step approach to measurable workplace wellbeing
Andrew Drake, Head of Making Friends, PES – using technology for an outstanding employee experience

The event is aimed at business owners and HRDs and will be a great opportunity for peer-to-peer networking.  This is a must-attend event if you wish to introduce a new wellbeing strategy or leverage your existing one.

Spaces are limited, so book your place now at https://www.wearepes.co.uk/why-workplace-wellbeing-shouldnt-be-like-a-christmas-tree/