05. - 06. Mar
Health and Wellbeing at Work 2019Health and Wellbeing at Work is in its 13th year and it focuses on improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people. The event consistently attracts key decision makers from both the public and private sectors and has an outstanding reputation for both quality and quantity.
AHAW Master-class - Musculoskeletal disorders and mental health: the links between the twoAs part of our Research Consortium we run quarterly master-classes. Evidence-based information and guidance for practitioners to enhance workplace health, wellbeing and engagement. Day membership is available for £375 plus VAT. To find out more information about the day please get in touch.
01. - 02. May
Psychological Flexibility at Work: ACT, Enhanced Performance and WellbeingThis course is designed as an introduction to ACT at work. Suitable participants include consultants, trainers, coaches, psychologists, human resources, and learning and development professionals.This course is aimed at individuals looking to use acceptance and commitment theory (ACT) based interventions with either groups or individuals in the workplace.
CIPD Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2019The CIPD Diversity & Inclusion Conference is an experience-sharing platform to discuss how to make a real difference at work, from improving recruitment practices to creating a truly inclusive culture in the workplace.
Workplace well-being strategyLearn how to develop a well-being strategy in your organisation. This programme is for HR professionals who need to explore the options for creating, developing and maintaining a well-being strategy at work.
Mad World London Summit 2019Good mental health in the workplace is fundamental to business success. Mad World is a solutions-focused conference and exhibition with a clear mission: to eradicate stigma and spark a new era of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
A strategic case for supporting health and wellbeing at workDr Judith Grant is Director of Health and Wellbeing at Mace Group and is responsible for strategic wellbeing, occupational hygiene and occupational health delivery across the international construction and consultancy organisation. Dr Judith Grant will present the strategic case for supporting health and wellbeing at work including how can an organisation develop a sustainable strategy for health and wellbeing – wellbeing must be more than an initiative
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