How do you implement wellbeing that works?

How do you implement wellbeing that works?

Wellbeing figures on most company agendas in one form or another. But how much do we truly know about wellbeing initiatives?.

What works?
How do you measure the benefits vs the costs?
What about wellbeing and productivity? Is there a link?
What about the role of Occupational Health?
and as we’re evidence-based
What’s the evidence for Positive Psychological Wellbeing?

An effective employee well-being programme should be at the core of how an organisation fulfils its mission and carries out its operations because, according to the CIPD, when employers place employee well-being at the centre of their business model and view it as the vital source of value creation, the dividends for organisational health can be significant.

We are delighted to bring you our first Well-being Conference in collaboration with the British Psychological Society & the Society of Occupational Medicine

We will be adressing all of the above questions and exploring the evidence base for psychological well-being (PWB) in organisations across four different areas:

  • impact of PWB on individual health;
  • impact of PWB on individual and organisational outcomes;
  • factors that influence PWB in organisational settings;
  • types of interventions and their effectiveness.

We will cover methods for comparing the well-being benefits of such interventions with their costs, and hence for deciding whether or not an intervention is justified and review existing methods of cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis before presenting a new method for evaluating cost-effectiveness with subjective well-being as the outcome.

Our speakers include Professor Ivan Robertson BSc, PhD, CPsychol, FBPsS, FBAM and Dr Mark BryanDr Sheena Johnson, Jennifer Napier and we’re pleased to welcome David Moore from Santander to talk about how Santander Implemented Strategic Wellbeing 

IMPLEMENTING WELL-BEING THAT WORKS
2 April 2019 from 09:00 to 17:00
Manchester, M1

Delegate Rates
– CIPD Member £55
– CIPD Student Member £20
– BPS Rate £55
– SOM Rate £55
– Non-Members £65