Positively influence workplace culture through health & wellbeing

A new world of work

“No relationship has been changed more by the pandemic than the one between employers and employees. Workers demanding more from their employers is an essential feature of effective capitalism. It drives prosperity and creates a more competitive landscape for talent, pushing companies to create better, more innovative environments for their employees. Companies that deliver are reaping the rewards.”

Larry Fink, Blackrock CEO, 2022

The past two years have been a deeply challenging time for leaders. They have had to grapple with an unprecedented pace of change, which has placed the spotlight firmly on people management skills, the central role of wellbeing and adaptability in the fluid environment of hybrid working.

At the same time, leaders play a key part in shaping an organisation’s wellbeing culture. In fact the latest CIPD wellbeing report identifies leaders’ skills as pivotal for employee wellbeing, and one of the key factors in the success or failure of wellbeing strategies. And yet, very few leaders receive formal training or support to develop these skills.

wellbeing leadership training

Course structure

This course aims to equip leaders and managers with the understanding, knowledge and skills to support and promote the success of the organisation’s wellbeing strategy. Structured as a half-day workshop for up to 12 participants, the training combines knowledge sharing around the most recent wellbeing trends and recommended practices, with discussion, reflection and the opportunity to complete a personal action plan to take away.

The course is available in two versions, one aimed at senior leadership members and one aimed at line managers.

Content overview

Structure of the training

PART 1 – The Value of Wellbeing

  1. What is Wellbeing? Definitions and discussion
  2. Why does it Matter? From risk management to benefits
  3. Main threats to wellbeing
  4. Focusing in on Hybrid Working (and work-life balance)

PART 2 – Key Success Factors for a Healthy Company

  1. What are your objectives and what part will wellbeing play? From business performance to staff retention
  2. Exploring physical and mental health
  3. ‘Thriving at Work’ Report key takeaways for leaders
  4. Creating psychological safety
  5. What can leaders do?
  6. Communicating with empathy and compassion
  7. Discussion and next steps

PART 3 – Building Wellbeing Leadership

  1. Wellbeing strategy steps
  2. Maximising engagement and success
  3. Understanding the key psychosocial hazards and how to address them:
  4. What does this mean for you in your role as a leader? Promoting a culture of trust, building engagement, and supporting personal growth for leaders and their teams
  5. What steps can you take? Identifying gaps, implementing, evaluating and improving
  6. Discussion & Action Plans – long-term vision and quick wins
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Structure of the training

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