Employee Wellbeing Forum 2009 – Documentation
There are many financial benefits to wellbeing programmes: absence is expensive and healthier employees are more engaged, productive and committed. However during these economic difficulties employers are holding back on expenditure. It is more important than ever for you to prove the worth of your wellbeing initiatives, sustain buy-in from the board and embed wellbeing into your overall business strategy.
Employee Wellbeing Forum 2009 will provide you with the tools to develop strategies on a limited budget and prove the success of your initiatives. The conference boasts a panel of expert speakers from companies such as AstraZeneca, adidas, and East Sussex County Council who will examine key aspects of employee wellbeing ranging from line management behaviour and obtaining management buy-in to communicating and maintaining initiatives. The Employee Wellbeing is the essential training day for you to remain ahead of the game.
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The “Employee Wellbeing Forum 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening Address by Conference Chair
Nic Marks, Founder of the centre for wellbeing
new economics foundation
Ensuring Business Success through Employee Wellbeing
Dr Eric Teasdale, Chief Medical Officer, Global Health and Wellbeing
Line Management Behaviour and Wellbeing
Ben Willmott, Employee Relations Advisor
Prevention is Better than Cure: Monitoring the Health of your Employees
Dr Dorian Dugmore, Director of Wellness
International adidas (UK) Ltd
Wellbeing at Work – Lessons Learned
Sue O’Callaghan, HR Services Manager
Staff Wellbeing: The Road to Recovery
Liz Felstead, Head of Workforce Planning and Training
East Sussex County Council
Putting the Pieces Together – Taking an Integrated Approach to Employee Wellbeing
Oliver Patrick, Professional Head of Physiology
How Healthy Employees Equals a Fit Business
Breckon Jones, Employee Health & Vitality Manager UK & IRL
Unilever UK & IRL
Gaining Buy In – An NHS Experience
Marcus Adams, Director of HR and OD Powys Teaching
Health, Safety and Risk Getting the Balance Right
Barry Clarke Associate
Developing and Implementing a Wellbeing Programme in your Organisation
Suzanne Arnott, Occupational Health Operations Manager