Measuring Workplace Wellbeing

Discover how you can introduce a staff wellbeing measure within your organisation to benchmark your corporate Health and Wellbeing strategy and justify the cost-effectiveness of your interventions.

Course overview

Great efforts are being put in place to improve employee wellbeing within small and large organisations alike. Too often however, there is an absence of quantifiable measurement of employee wellbeing.

This informative training course offers responsible for Health and Wellbeing policy to understand why measuring the wellbeing of your staff population will give you guidance on the associated needs and risks they exhibit, rather than choosing to offer interventions for less significant issues. This can prevent wasted time, money and effort whilst maximising the outcome of contributing to a positive influence on the wellbeing of your staff.

Who will benefit from the course?

This course is ideal for HR Directors and Business Partners, Health and Safety Managers and Board Members with a responsibility for employee health and wellbeing.

With the help of this training delegates will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of what wellbeing truly is and means for a workforce

  • Identify ways in which measurement of wellbeing should be approached in both small and large organisations

  • Establish common limitations faced when designing measurement strategies for wellbeing

  • Recognise how the findings can and cannot be used to shape effective Health and Wellbeing interventions for an organisation.

Key Facts

Ideal for HR, H&S and Senior Managers who are charged with designing and implementing a corportate Health and Wellbeing strategy.

Ideal for on-site training of 5 to 10 employees.

Attendee Feedback

"Well balanced, informative training day...just what I was needing."

The Tutor

The study day is delivered by James Rind, our lead Workplace Wellbeing Consultant. James has an MSc in Workplace Health & Wellbeing and a strong passion for supporting companies develop better workplaces for their staff. He is a qualified Occupational Health Physiotherapist and has seen the impact of poor workpalce wellbeing at first hand. James provides engaging training sessions that come to life through his wide reaching experience of what workplace wellbeing means to employees.

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