Health @ Work Summit 2013 – Webinars

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Health at Work 2013 - All Sessions

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On demand webinar with presentations and accompanying audio recorded at the event.

This timely event was specifically designed to address all of your workplace health related issues. Featuring strategic insights and practical case studies from leading employers, sharing their learning’s from recent health initiatives. The event addressed how to support employees suffering from stress & mental health problems and looked at the ROI of holistic wellness programmes.

Product Description

Type: Presentation recorded at conference
Format: Clickable slide presentations plus streamed audio file only
Duration: 15 sessions – varying lengths

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Overview:

Assessing, Addressing and Embedding Your Health Agenda

This timely event was specifically designed to address all of your workplace health related issues. Featuring strategic insights and practical case studies from leading employers, sharing their learning’s from recent health initiatives. The event addressed how to support employees suffering from stress & mental health problems and looked at the ROI of holistic wellness programmes.

According to a recent survey by Kenexa the UK was among the ten worst performing countries for employee wellbeing last year and work places are reportedly not doing enough to support employee health. However the evidence clearly shows that healthy workers are more productive and there is a close link between employee wellbeing and engagement, event a small investment into the health of your employees can pay big dividends.

The presentations from this conference will give you the tools to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity as well as helping to increase motivation and engagement among your workforce

These webinars will teach you how to:

  • Combat workplace stress and develop dynamic action plans to build resilience
  • Examine the link between health, performance and engagement
  • Manage mental and emotional wellbeing and implement wellbeing strategies that work
  • Take a pro-active approach to absence management and get long term sick back to work
  • Examine key elements of a successful health programme and make sure health measures are tangible
  • Ensuring your CEO and senior leadership team are driving wellbeing strategies, not just paying lip service
  • Understand reasonable adjustments and disability management
  • Manage an ageing workforce and adapt to a changing workforce demographic

Who would find this interesting?

  • HR directors and heads of HR
  • Occupational health managers and advisers
  • Chief medical officers
  • Managers of health and wellbeing
  • Managers of health and safety
  • Heads of employee relations
  • Corporate social responsibility managers
  • Rewards and benefits professionals

 

Session 01: Introduction and opening address by conference chair

Ann McCracken, Vice President, ISMAUK

 

Session 02: Your body doesn’t know what you earn: Managing work life balance and burnout

  • Managing tech addictions and broken sleep patterns
  • Helping mid and senior managers regain control
  • Managing mental and emotional wellbeing
  • 4 pillars of resilience

Claire Genkai Breeze, Co-Founder, Relume

 

Session 03: Ensuring your CEO and senior leadership team are driving wellbeing strategies, not just paying lip service

  • Engaging senior management
  • Driving a wellbeing strategy from the top
  • Getting the metrics and measurements right
  • Calculating the ROI from interventions

Howard Hughes, Head of Employer Marketing, SimplyHealth

 

Session 04: Considerations when selecting an occupational health provider

  • Understanding your organizational needs for health, work and wellbeing
  • Describing the wide range of OH advice and support available in the UK
  • What you need to know about SEQOHS Accreditation of OH services

Sally Coomber, Consultant Occupational Physician & Clinical Lead, SEQOHS Accreditation

 

Session 05: Questions and discussion with speakers from early morning sessions

 

Session 06: Implement wellbeing programs that work

  • Connecting wellbeing with engagement
  • Initiatives with no cost to the employees
  • Successful interventions
  • Engaging remote workers
  • HR policies and procedures

Lloydeth Newell, Health and Safety Manager, Inmarsat

 

Session 07: Employee wellbeing: a case study

  • Individual wellbeing assessments and peer support
  • Health and wellbeing impact on performance and engagement
  • Helping employees manage stress and achieve work life balance

Alison Sydenham, HR Officer – Policy, Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service

 

Session 08: Questions and discussion with speakers from late morning session

 

Session 09: Knowledge Share Networking Session

 

Session 10: Managing absence and return to work

  • Managing culture change in a small company
  • Taking a pro-active approach to absenteeism
  • Early intervention and rehabilitation programmes
  • Getting employees back to work faster

Sara Cooper, Employee Health & Wellbeing Manager, KP Snacks

 

Session 11: Improving employee wellbeing at Harrods

  • Wellbeing – from conception to implementation
  • Pulling together and utilising all available resources
  • Top tips learnt on the wellbeing journey

Priscilla Corrigan, Occupational Health Manager, Harrods

 

Session 12: Managing stress, resilience and energy – sharing and learnings

  • Undertaking stress risk assessments and dynamic action plans
  • Devising and delivering resilience and energy programmes relevant to the business
  • Dealing with business pressures and external factors
  • Getting buy in and support for key resilience and energy programmes
  • Outcome measures and sustainability

Robert Manson, Director, Occupational Health, UK Operations, GlaxoSmithKline

 

Session 13: Maintaining mental health and resilience during change and uncertainty

  • Change management and organisational experience during uncertainty
  • Supporting employees and engaging with change

Steve Exall, Human Resources, Employee Relations Manager, BT Technology, Service & Operations

 

Session 14: Questions and discussion with speakers from final session

 

Session 15: Chair’s closing remarks and close of conference

Close of conference

Please click the following links to be taken through to the relevant sessions. Find the "Links to presentations" tab and click to play.

Session 01: Introduction and opening address by conference chair


Session 02: Your body doesn't know what you earn: Managing work life balance and burnout


Session 03: Ensuring your CEO and senior leadership team are driving wellbeing strategies, not just paying lip service


Session 04: Considerations when selecting an occupational health provider


Session 05: Questions and discussion with speakers from early morning sessions


Session 06: Implement wellbeing programs that work


Session 07: Employee wellbeing: a case study


Session 08: Questions and discussion with speakers from late morning session


Session 09: Knowledge Share Networking Session


Session 10: Managing absence and return to work


Session 11: Improving employee wellbeing at Harrods


Session 12: Managing stress, resilience and energy - sharing and learnings


Session 13: Maintaining mental health and resilience during change and uncertainty


Session 14: Questions and discussion with speakers from final session


Session 15: Chair's closing remarks and close of conference