17 September 2019

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

The Good Day at Work Conversation 2019

The Good Day at Work Conversation was truly an extraordinary event designed to challenge, inspire and create dialogue around breakthrough health & wellbeing ideas, thinking and innovations.

On the day, we immersed attendees in an environment that approached wellbeing, enhanced the capability within your organisations, and changed mindsets, ultimately equipping you to deliver performance-based wellbeing initiatives.

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This year, we approached the topic of

Personalising mental health and wellbeing

Work is becoming more personalised every year – flexible working, smart offices where you can set light and temperature in meeting rooms in advance… and wellbeing is no different.

As an employer, you’re faced with the challenge of maximising the opportunities that technology offers for your employees’ health, wellbeing and performance, whilst managing the risks. This year’s GDAW Conversation was focused on helping you achieve the right balance.

This year, the Good Day at Work Conversation 2019 answered some of the fundamental questions still up for debate around wellbeing at work, specifically how wellbeing can be made personal to all employees; whether that’s the personalisation of experience, environment or the way we work.

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Questions we explored this year

When personalising work experience - who takes the lead? The organisation or the employee?

Is tech driving efficiency or overload?

Is there an under commitment to mental health conversations? Or are we over committed to mental health conversations?

Is your personality fair game as a basis for tailoring support or is it off limits?

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The Bridgewater Hall

Lower Mosley St,
Manchester,
M2 3WS

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