The CIPD Humber Branch is delighted to present this event as part of Humber Biz Week to look at how we can increase organisational performance through wellbeing, a key topic affecting us all during the pandemic.
An effective wellbeing strategy is about so much more than dealing with mental ill health issues – it’s about helping to keep your people on top form, more of the time. Done effectively, wellbeing is one of the most effective routes to better productivity, quality, customer service and profits. And yet so many leadership teams still see wellbeing as an ‘add on’, rather than a driver of performance.
In this session, we’ll turn that around, exploring a straightforward, step-by-step approach to make wellbeing easier to deliver.
It will also give you some building blocks to help advance an effective wellbeing strategy.
At the session we’ll explore:
• How wellbeing can disrupt or improve day-to-day business
• The true financial impacts and potential returns
• How to keep your strategy simple and effective
So that you can get wellbeing working effectively.
Presented by Sue Evans
Sue has delivered Operational Excellence and culture change for international organisations – leading two programmes which more than doubled productivity, and delivering £1.9M waste reduction in under 5 months. She understands the challenges of changing mindsets and behaviours.
Sue now helps organisations to get more of their people’s best, with practical advice and support on wellbeing strategy and skills. Embarking on her mission to save the NHS £1million in avoidable prescriptions, Sue’s taught thousands of people the skills for better mental wellbeing.
Sue is a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), and an Approved Havening® Practitioner, trained in each by the original creators. She has a Diploma in CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), a combined Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Coaching and NLP; and Institute of Leadership and Management certification as a Mentor and Coach.
The webinar will last for approximately one hour and there will be plenty of opportunities for delegates to ask questions.
If you would like to take part in this webinar please book your place here and you’ll receive details of the Zoom meeting in the event confirmation. Please note that this session will be recorded.
Date/Time08 June 2021 12:30 - 13:30
Who is it aimed at
HR professionals and senior managers interested in understanding how wellbeing can help advance their organisational performance.