On demand webinar with presentations and accompanying audio recorded at the event.
Workplace Wellbeing & Stress Summit 2012 was designed to offer HR, OH and Health and Wellbeing professionals the chance to uncover the strategic and practical elements of implementing wellness programmes, as well as giving them the tools they needed to boost wellbeing and create a healthy culture in their own organisation.
|Type:||Presentation recorded at conference|
|Format:||Clickable slide presentations plus streamed audio file only|
|Duration:||15 Sessions – Varying lengths|
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Workplace Wellbeing & Stress Summit 2012 was designed to offer HR, OH and health and wellbeing professionals the chance to uncover the strategic and practical elements of implementing wellness programmes, as well as giving them the tools they needed to boost wellbeing and create a healthy culture in their own organisation.
The conference examined mental wellbeing as a whole, plus ways to build resilience, tackle stressful situations pro-actively and reduce the stigma associated with mental health problems. In addition, the event covered the business case behind implementing wellbeing programmes, how to get buy-in from senior management and how wellbeing strategies could prevent absenteeism.
- Linking wellbeing with the business and finding metrics that make more sense
- Making high level assessment to provide management with business case to take strategies further
- Taking a strategic approach to building a resilient workforce
- Practical employee wellbeing initiatives that work
- Overcoming the stigma associated with mental health issues
- Holistic approaches to wellbeing
- Day to day stress management controls
- Mental health checks for managers
- Appropriate early intervention
- Psychosocial risk assessment and management
- Legal Q&A dealing with health and related issues
Who would benefit from this?
- Directors and heads of HR
- Wellbeing managers
- Occupational health managers and advisers
- Chief medical officers
- Managers of health and wellbeing
- Health and safety professionals
- Heads of employee relations
- Employee engagement specialists
Session 01 – Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Summit 2012 – Opening Address by Conference Chair
Ann McCracken, Director, International Stress Management Association
Session 02 – Wellbeing at the heart of the people strategy
Gill Crowther, Director of HR, Nominet
Session 03 – Everybody matters: Improving productivity and engagement
Alistair Dornan, Head of Consultancy, Bupa Health and Wellbeing
Session 04 – Questions and discussion with speakers from session one
Session 05 – How has the recession affected managers’ wellbeing and stress?
Howard Hughes, Head of Employer Marketing, SimplyHealth &
Patrick Woodman, Policy and Research Manager, CMI
Session 06 – Using employee health data to underpin strategic goals
Mike Tyler, Senior Vice President, Lockton Companies LLP
Session 07 – Measuring, monitoring and improving employee wellbeing
Bryan Matthews, HR Consultant, Bryan Matthews HR Consulting
Session 08 – Questions and discussions with speakers from late morning sessions
Session 09 – Knowledge share networking session
Session 10 – Mental health: Translating personal experience to business strategy
John Binns, Senior Partner, Deloitte
Session 11 – Trends and key influences in wellbeing
Daniel Law, Operations Director Corporate Wellbeing, Clinical Products & Services, Nuffield Heath
Session 12 – Questions and discussions with speakers from early afternoon sessions
Session 13 – Practical ways to enhance wellbeing and minimise absence – a case study
Darren Hockaday, HR Director, London Overground Rail Operations
Session 14 – Engaging managers to support people with mental ill health
Michael Schofield, Occupational Health Strategy and Wellbeing Manager, The AA
Session 15 – Legal Q&A dealing with health and related issues