Why... Workplace Wellbeing and Mental Resilience?
An IDG Business Breakfast Event
People are your most important asset and their most important asset is their health and wellbeing – so it makes good business sense for employers to help look after it.
We live and work in a fast-paced, changeable environment and to compete, we need to be as responsive, productive and innovative as possible.
This is why workplace wellbeing and mental resilience is becoming increasingly important for organisations that want to achieve sustainable success and gain the edge.
As the CMI neatly sum it up, “a healthier workforce means employees are more motivated and productive, have higher attendance levels and return to work more quickly after episodes of ill health”.
Join us at our free workshop to explore workplace wellbeing and mental resilience from a holistic perspective – looking at what it means at an organisational and managerial level as well as for individuals or ‘self’.
Reflecting on what your organisation currently understands workplace health and wellbeing to be, during this interactive session you will explore:
- The business case for improving workplace wellbeing and supporting resilience
- The links to employee engagement, performance and productivity
- What health and wellbeing looks like from an organisational, managerial and individual perspective
- The role of leaders and managers
- Next steps in defining and improving your approach to exceptional health and wellbeing
We believe that a happy, healthy and sustainable culture can help your business to manage change and achieve its ambitions. The health, wellbeing and resilience of your employees - and in turn your whole organisation - play a vital role in this and we hope you can join us to explore why.
This booking form does not guarantee your place - conﬁrmation by email will be sent on successful booking.
Any delegate attending the session without a full and conﬁrmed booking will be charged an administration fee of £25 per delegate (plus VAT.
Two places per organisation may be booked free of charge. Any additional delegates from the same organisation will be invoiced a delegate fee of £25 each (plus VAT).
If you wish to cancel your place, please contact us as soon as possible. If after your booking has been conﬁrmed you do not attend the event on the day without cancelling within one working day, we will levy an administration charge of £25.00 (plus VAT) to cover our administration costs.
IDG reserve the right where necessary to cancel events at any time. By completing and returning this form to IDG, you are conﬁrming agreement and understanding of the booking conditions.
25th April 2018
9.30am to 12.00pm
Health and Wellbeing, Breakfast, Organisation Development, Leadership Development
56 Oxford Street