You’ve adapted quickly through a turbulent and challenging year and, as you look towards 2022, you’ll continue to do what it takes to support your people – whether they’re in the office, remote or onsite.

But the pace of change will not slow next year – with or without additional COVID-19 waves. So, to help you stay ahead, we’re sharing our five predictions for workplace health in 2022.

This year, we’ve seen first-hand how data can enrich and revolutionise wellbeing strategies, but what’s next for the role of data in supporting our people? What role will personalisation play, and will future wellbeing services cover all areas of wellbeing under one umbrella?

Get a head start by joining the experts at Champion Health, discover our unique learnings from this year and hear our workplace health predictions for 2022 and beyond.

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

Professor Jim McKenna – Behavioural Change Expert at Champion Health

Professor Jim McKenna is integral to the development of the Champion Health platform. He is an award-winning professor and sits on the executive board for two journals and numerous prestigious grant awarding bodies.

Jack Green – Double Olympian & Head of Performance at Champion Health

Double Olympian and mental health ambassador, Jack now works to support Champion Health’s client base with wellbeing initiatives.

Laura Dallas – Head of Product at Champion Health

With five years’ experience as a psychologist, Laura’s career has taken her on a journey from NHS mental health services to designing the Champion Health platform.

Dan Craig – Wellbeing Lead at Champion Health

With over a decade of experience in the field of health sciences and employee wellbeing, Dan recently joined Champion Health from AXA Health where he managed corporate wellbeing programmes and worked closely with the organisation’s senior leadership team.