You’ve battled for budget, allied with senior leadership and invested your time into creating a wellbeing strategy that’s perfect for your organisation.

But how do you turn that strategy into one that’s sustainable and longlasting?

Find out in this exclusive panel session with leading workplace health experts. You’ll discover:

  • Wellbeing strategy best practice
  • How to utilise the latest workplace health evidence
  • Ways to ensure your strategy is sustainable and effective

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

Resources

Download the following slides, guides and accompanying resources:

Speakers

Peter Kelly – Senior Psychologist, The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Currently working in Government, Peter Kelly is a technical expert on mental health and wellbeing. Peter is also co–author of numerous papers published on health and wellbeing.

Zoe Eccleston – Founder, The Wellbeing Business

Zoe Eccleston has 20 years’ experience in corporate health and wellbeing. After designing wellbeing programmes for British Gas, PepsiCo, Vodafone and Bloomberg, Zoe now consults and supports national and global organisations implement innovative health programmes.

Ryan Hopkins – Global Workplace of the Futue Lead, Finastra

Before joining Finastra, Ryan Hopkins led Wellbeing at Sainsbury’s and worked at Deloitte as a Future of Work Consultant, where he was shortlisted for the U.K. Consulting industry’s ‘Rising Star’ award. Ryan notes that the overriding purpose of his work is to create environments for the workforce of the future to thrive.

Laura Dallas – Wellbeing Lead, Champion Health

With five years’ experience as a psychologist, Laura’s career has taken her on a journey from supporting community projects in Croydon to front-line NHS mental health services. She now supports businesses to implement wellbeing strategies and ensure everyone in the workplace is given the support they need.