You’ve recognised the importance of wellbeing. You’ve announced your strategy and you’re ready to show your people that you care.
Then it comes to the launch of your wellbeing initiative. It starts well and your people are engaged. But after three weeks, you’re worrying: where is everybody?
Your perfect wellbeing strategy is pointless if employees don’t engage – or only engage in the beginning. But why is getting good engagement in workplace wellbeing so hard?
Getting maximum engagement in may take time to get right, but the results are worth it; happier and more engaged employees are more productive.
Based on our panellists’ unique experiences, this session will provide you with insights into key topics, including:
- Building awareness and engagement in wellbeing
- How to bring in senior leadership
- Involving time-poor managers
- Achieving maximum engagement
Attendees were able to ask questions during the session.
This live session is ideal for anyone responsible for workplace wellbeing, including:
- HR professionals
- Wellbeing leads
- Reward and benefits professionals
Download the following slides, guides and accompanying resources:
- How to drive engagement with wellbeing – slide deck
- Recording (see above)
Karl Simons – Executive Director, FYLD
Karl was awarded an OBE for services to Mental Health Policy in 2020 during his tenure as Chief Health, Safety & Security Officer at Thames Water. With a storied 30-year career that’s taken him from government adviser to Cambridge lecturer, armed forces Commander and even radio show presenter, Karl will be a fantastic addition to the panel.
Sarah Restall – Director of the InsideOut Charter, InsideOut LeaderBoard
As Director of the InsideOut Charter, Sarah supports senior leaders to take meaningful action to develop mentally healthy workplaces. Sarah currently manages a portfolio of employers dedicated to eradicating the stigma attached to mental health problems.
Beth Samson – Organisational Development and People Lead, Investors in People
Beth brings the purpose of renowned Investors in People – making work better – to life for the team and their network. Bethany is passionate about mental health and wellbeing more widely at work, and the role employers can take in improving this for their teams.
Jack Green – Olympian and Head of Performance, Champion Health
Olympian and mental health ambassador, Jack now works to support Champion Health’s client base with wellbeing initiatives.