Join us at The Orange Table to find out about the impact of health and wellbeing and the importance of organisational culture on employee productivity and performance.
The debates also explore how to evaluate health and wellbeing interventions and measure the return on investment.
Our expert panel is made up of:
David Capper, CEO, Westfield Health
Donna Griffiths, Director of HR & Employee Wellbeing, Westfield Health
Louisa Harrison-Walker, Managing Director, Benchmark Recruit
Dr Anouska Carter, Sport and Senior Sport and Exercise Science Officer, Sheffield Hallam University (Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre)
ProductivityYou will learn:
- The challenges businesses are facing today
- What makes organisations take wellbeing seriously
- What a productive workforce really looks like
- How to increase employee productivity
- How empowerment improves employee productivity
CultureYou will learn:
- The benefits of great organisational culture
- How organisational culture affects productivity
- What HR can do to build company culture
- The signs of a toxic workplace culture
- If building culture is a top-down or bottom-up process
- How culture can reinvent an organisation
EvaluationYou will learn:
- Why it’s important to measure and evaluate interventions
- How quickly you can start to see results
- How to effectively measure productivity
- How to measure the ROI of a health and wellbeing strategy
- Other added values of a health and wellbeing strategy
A free follow up CPD accredited e-learning course on Organisational Culture is now available. You’ll gain one CPD hour for completing the course which is available here.
We’ll shortly be releasing further courses where you’ll learn more about productivity and performance, and the evaluation of health and wellbeing interventions, as well as obtain free fact sheets and action plans to take away and get started on making a positive difference within your organisation.
If you would like to be kept up to date with the release of further CPD accredited content, please register below: