The Impact of Wellbeing on Employee Engagement

  • April 5, 2016 8:30 am
  • 65 Gresham Street, London

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Modern life is taking its toll on employees and leaving them overwhelmed, stressed out, and depleted. That has a major impact on how engaged and productive people are both on and off the job.

Limited to the first 80 that apply

Non-EEA Member Price: £150 plus VAT

Special EEA Members price: £75 plus VAT

Time: 8.30am – 1.00pm

This event gives you the opportunity to hear real-world examples of how businesses have successfully implemented and executed Wellness programmes and learn about the impact it has made to the business and the bottom line. They will also highlight pitfalls to be avoided along the way.

Delegates who will get the most out of this event are those looking to implement a Wellness programme, or those looking for tips on how to improve what they are currently doing by getting first hand advice from industry experts and peers on what has worked and things to avoid. Relevant to all levels of seniority.

Benefits of attendance

  • Access to EE Awards finalist case studies
  • Access to the presentations
  • Q&A with industry experts
  • Practical advice, not just the theory
  • Business cases to take back to the board
  • Networking with peers.

Speaker Line-up

James Dalton – Group Head of Employee Engagement & Health, FirstGroup plc

Questions answered in James’ presentation:

  • Wellbeing – why bother?
  • How does wellbeing impact employee engagement and why is that important?
  • Why do we need healthy employees?
  • What is all this brain neuroscience stuff about?

Zoe Eccleston – from The Wellbeing Business

Experience includes working with Vodafone, PepsiCo and Bloomberg

An interactive interview followed by Q&A with Zoe talking about her exstensive experience running Wellbeing projects with some of the worlds largest brands

Kirit Kishan – from One of a Mind

Mindfulness is being fully aware of what’s happening right now, without getting carried away by your thoughts and emotions.   Kirit will share why and how mindfulness is a game changing skill for companies and teams, increasing resilience/performance, reducing stress and avoiding burnout.  

Anna Springbett – Sport Inspired

Anna will speak about volunteering and how it relates to happiness, wellbeing and therefore productivity and engagement for a business. She will be giving examples from leading businesse such as Lloyds and UBS


The venue.

65 Gresham Street London EC2V 7NQ