Measuring Wellbeing for Organisations
At this event the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work will be unveiling its work with members and sharing their own personal experiences of how they have tackled measuring wellbeing in their workplaces.
- Event Time
- 30 Jun 10:30 - 30 Jun 12:30
- Event Location
- BT One Braham, Braham Street, London E1 8EP
- Event Type
Placing health and wellbeing at the heart of organisations makes business sense.
Key business priorities such as productivity and staff retention have been shown to improve significantly when employers genuinely care about employee wellbeing. Younger workers today are also placing an ever-higher priority than previous generations on wellbeing over company loyalty, a trend only accentuated by the pandemic.
But to create an authentic and sustained culture of wellbeing in an organisation requires a clear definition of what wellbeing is and how to measure it. Metrics need to be simple and easy to understand, drawn from robust data sources, and relevant and credible to a wide range of stakeholders.
The National Forum for Health and Wellbeing, based at Alliance Manchester Business School, has been looking at the evidence linking wellbeing and performance, and at the specific information that organisations need in order to select the wellbeing metrics that are right for them.
At this special event the Forum will be unveiling its work with members and sharing their own personal experiences of how they have tackled measuring wellbeing in their workplaces. Members will also take part in a live panel debate to discuss these pressing issues.
Speakers include Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Organisational Psychology and co-founder of the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work, and Forum member Dr Richard Heron, Independent Chief Medical Officer and former VP Health for BP, who has been spearheading the metrics initiative.
Lunch and networking will follow the lecture for those who attend in-person at BT One Braham.
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