Date: Spring 2019.
Duration: Two days, 9am to 5.30pm.
Format: Classroom course, maximum of 12 attendees.
Fees: £995.00 + VAT per delegate.
There is now an increasing recognition of the importance of individual wellbeing inside the workplace. To get the very best out of their organisation, many managers are choosing to adopt practices to increase the wellbeing of their staff. Growing number of organisations are putting employee wellbeing firmly on the corporate agenda.
A comprehensive government study – Does Worker Wellbeing Affect Workplace Performance? – suggests improvements in wellbeing will result in higher workplace performance – in profitability, productivity and the quality of outputs or services.
‘It’s a ubiquitous and positive existence that includes being emotionally, spiritually, socially, financially and mentally grounded. A positive state of wellbeing is characterised by overall contentment and balance in your life. Essentially, workplace wellbeing is more about positively existing than it is about improving your health. It’s inextricably linked to the employment value proposition of your organisation with a focus on creating the right environmental conditions to enable you to perform to your best in order to achieve mutual success and growth through employment.’ – Evan Davidge, Director, The Wellbeing Leader.
But the ‘blind spot’ of wellbeing is when we overlook the professional needs and demands of those charged with responsibility for making it land effectively in the workplace at operational, tactical and strategic levels. Indeed, the wellbeing of practitioners is at risk themselves as many of them have little or no training, no prior knowledge or experience and limited support and resources. All too often, wellbeing is only part of their responsibilities or bolted onto their day job.
Moreover, external ‘experts’ may not be totally cognisant of the theoretical concepts and practical application of the diverse approaches to workplace wellbeing. As a result, wellbeing practitioners risk being led by best practices rather than best fit. Without the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of workplace wellbeing – including critical evaluative skills – there is a high risk workplace wellbeing will fail to achieve legitimacy as an organisational imperative.
The Mastering Workplace Wellbeing course is perfectly designed to fill that gap and professionalise workplace wellbeing practice. This two-day course covers workplace wellbeing in an organisational and international context, providing delegates with the knowledge and understanding of environments in which they as practitioners can plan, implement and evaluate wellbeing programmes to support strategic operational goals.
Launched in partnership with The Wellbeing Leader, our course is structured on the lines of a voluntary code of practice, which sets core standards and competences. Clear learning outcomes are defined along with a training syllabus, objectives and course content.
To ensure that it fits each individual’s needs, delegates will be asked to complete a survey prior to the course to identify their specific knowledge gaps and training requirements. Delivery of the content can then be tailored accordingly.
This course is intended for professionals who:
Our tutor Evan Davidge says:
‘I’m a firm believer in delivering the right training, resources and codes of practice to optimise healthier workplace behavioural changes. This course is designed to facilitate a more informed, holistic and proactive approach to be adopted for workplace wellbeing, supported by visionary and committed leaders.’
On completion of this course you will be able to:
Evan has over 20 years’ experience working as a total reward and wellbeing specialist for many organisations, across most sectors and internationally. In recent years he conceptualised and led the implementation of a multi-award winning employee wellbeing programme for a leading global company. As founder of The Wellbeing Leader, Evan offers an advisory and training service focused on delivering workplace wellbeing solutions, aligned to business and HR strategies.
'This is a carefully crafted course, which I have based on extensive research, along with many years experience as a front-line total reward and workplace wellbeing practitioner in different organisations. It's tailored to the needs of delegates and designed to bring them together to work through practical learning scenarios and theoretical underpinnings to help become fully competent in their roles.
The course is based on a voluntary code of practice, which sets out core professional standards and attributes, aligned with the World Health Organisation and various professional bodies. I guarantee that delegates will derive great value from this course in terms of the shared knowedge, toolkit and resources to leverage wellbeing in their workplace. Furthermore, it will equip them to be more effective practitioners where they can follow a professional career in this fast-emerging discipline. Don't delay, enrol now and become part of a unique wellbeing community where together we can advance professional standards across the field and put wellbeing firmly on the agenda of boardrooms.'
London is served by five main airports, from the UK's main gateway at London Heathrow to London City Airport in the Docklands. For information on getting to and from London airports to Holborn in central London, visit Transport for London at www.tfl.gov.uk
Please let us know if you have any special requirements as soon as possible so we can plan accordingly.
Delegates are responsible for their own accommodation.
A questionnaire on the UK Border Agency web site will help you to decide whether you need to obtain a visa before you travel to the UK. It also contains guidance on the type of visa that you might need. The questionnaire is for all foreign nationals who want to come to or transit the UK. ('Transit' means to pass through the UK on your way to another country without staying here.)
You will receive your course materials on arrival for the class.
At registration we will serve you complimentary teas and coffees. Mid-morning break of teas and coffees are served at around 11.00am. Lunch will be served at approx 12.30pm.
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