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Employee health and wellbeing – it’s a key component of the lasting success of your business. Yet for many companies it’s not high up enough on the agenda, and when it reaches the top it’s not given the strategic insight to make a lasting difference.
We want to change that.
Westfield Health are working exclusively with London Sport to improve the health and wellbeing of Londoners by supporting workplaces and employer and contributing towards a goal of making London the most physically active city in the world.
We’ll show you how to create and implement a bespoke health and wellbeing strategy that supports your business objectives while demonstrating to your staff how much you value their emotional and physical health.
This event counts towards your CIPD Continuing Professional Development and will be an excellent networking platform for HR Directors, plus you’ll receive our HR Wellbeing Toolkit with our compliments.
The Toolkit provides valuable insight and a proactive plan to create your own health and wellbeing strategy – designed to support you in everything from planning your strategy to measuring and evaluating your ROI.
When you begin to truly believe in the physical and emotional wellbeing of your staff it can completely transform the face of your business, improving productivity, helping you retain staff and making you a desirable place for prospective employees to work. Our insight-led health and wellbeing strategies can support you to improve your staff’s quality of life by eating well, moving more, sleeping better and thinking clearly.
At Westfield Health we believe in well beings. Join us, and we can look forward to making positive changes together.
08:00 – 08:30 – Networking with a healthy twist
To start the day, join us for tea/coffee and a healthy breakfast while you network at the impressive new House of Sport in central London.
08:30 – 08:40 – Westfield Health’s leading the way with health and wellbeing
Introduction from Westfield Health’s Commercial Director David Capper, who will talk about why we’re at the forefront of supporting workplaces’ wellbeing.
08:40 – 08:50 – We’re going to make London the most active city in the world
Introduction from London Sport’s CEO Tove Okunniwa on how they’re going to get one million Londoners moving more by 2020.
08:50 – 09:05 – How to create a wellbeing culture
Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre is set to become the most advanced research centre for physical activity and wellbeing in the world. Keynote speaker Professor Steve Haake from Sheffield Hallam University will explain how to build a health and wellbeing strategy that works for your business and the how the importance of culture, leadership, and environment plays a vital part.
09:05 – 09:20 –Workshop 1 : Mental health and mental resilience in the workplace
Emotional and mental wellbeing has never been so high on the agenda, Director of Wellbeing at Westfield Health Richard Holmes will discuss the impact on staff and how you can support your employees to build mental resilience at work.
09:20 – 09:35 – Workshop 2 : Sleep Well, Work Well
Did you know that 79% of employees have some type of sleep issue? Sleep behaviour and environment expert James Wilson, AKA The Sleep Geek will demonstrate how sleep forms the foundation of our health and wellbeing and what workplaces can do to support their staff to sleep better.
09:35 – 09:50 – Workshop 3: Move more at work
We know that a sedentary lifestyle is bad for you, but what’s the real impact on your staff? Specialist Advisor for Physical Activity for Health at London Sport Barry Kelly will share insights into why physical activity in the workplace is important and how investing in incentives and the physical environment can have major benefits.
09:50 – 10.10 – A summary of the day and receive your exclusive HR Wellbeing Toolkit
10:10 – 10:20 – We’re here to help
You’re then more than welcome to talk to us about your health and wellbeing needs and carry on the conversation.