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Creating an Integrated and Sustainable Webbeing Strategy

Creating an Integrated and Sustainable Wellbeing Strategy: A Webinar for HR Professionals

Date: 24 October 2011
Time: 11.30 ? 13.00
There is no cost for this webinar

The HPMA invites HR/OD/workforce professionals to join this free 90 minute webinar delivered
Right Management.

The webinar will be a practical and interactive session focusing on the five fundamental pillars
needed to create, embed and sustain a health and wellbeing culture within an organisation. Right
Management have experience in running webinars to ensure you get the full benefits from the
seminar without leaving your desk.

The session will focus on:

  • Defining why it is critical to change our approach to health and wellbeing in the workplace
  • The five fundamental pillars that underpin a successful health management strategy
  • Sharing best practice

Participants will be able to:

  • Explore how to create the vision, leadership commitment to embed employee health &
    wellbeing into the NHS culture during a major change programme
  • Create the business case using case studies, best practice and practical tools
  • Align the workforce with the vision ? engage everyone
  • Define clear action plan
  • Consider how to incentivise employees and management
  • Explore how to measure success and outcomes to make it sustainable

Delivered by:

Jayne Carrington, Managing Director, UK & Ireland who has extensive Wellbeing at Work
experience and has been involved in Business in the Community. Jayne sits on the
Working Well Leadership team at Business in the Community.

Greg Casson, who works within the public sector supporting organisations using health
metrics to build organisational effectiveness

To book a place: Contact Renae Maroney at with the name, job title,
organisation of the people who will be joining the webinar. You will be given full instructions of how
to join the webinar. You will need access to a computer with internet connection and a phone line.
For any questions about this day please contact Diana Cliff at

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