Continuing The Good Day At Work Conversation

The Good Day At Work Conversation 2015 brought together some of the most influential leaders in the wellbeing debate to kick-start the movement that aims to make wellbeing a part of everyday life for everyone, everywhere.

But that was just the beginning.

Now, as that movement gathers momentum, we’re inviting a small group of HR Directors and experts to continue the conversation at an exclusive lunchtime event, hosted by HR’s Most Influential Thinker 2014 and 2015, Professor Sir Cary Cooper.

Embedding Wellbeing From The Bottom-Up

The panel will continue one of the main talking points from our recent Good Day At Work Conversation 2015 event, namely the concept of democratising wellbeing inside businesses. This is the idea of adopting a more bottom-up, employee-driven approach to wellbeing. One where health and wellbeing is more of a ‘movement’ and less of an organisational initiative.

We’ll be exploring:

• Whether health and wellbeing is a right, akin to freedom – and if so, what that means for behaviour inside organisations
• How starting movements can create genuine engagement with the idea of health and wellbeing
• The relationship between adopting bottom-up approaches to wellbeing and encouraging employees taking personal responsibility for their own health
• Whether top-down surveys are on the wane and how ‘live’ approaches to data collection can add value and drive change
• And much more…

If you’d like to hear the views of key influencers in the strategic HR space, learn from fellow senior practitioners and expand your professional network, this Good Day At Work Lunch is for you. Due to limited spaces, this free event is invitation-only. You can request an invitation by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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