The Manager’s Role in Promoting a Culture of Wellbeing – top tips from a legal, employee benefit and nutritional perspective
This seminar is for HR professionals and how they can support managers in their organisations
For organisations looking to create a culture of wellbeing, the role of line manager is pivotal. Without the active buy-in and involvement of these integral members of staff, even the most ambitious strategy will fail to catch on and make a lasting impact. So what are the do’s and don’ts for getting line managers on board with your programme?Date
Tuesday 27 November 2018 Location
Clarkslegal offices: 12 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8LH. Agenda
|08.30am||Registration and breakfast|
Welcome by Anita Mishra, employment law partner, Clarkslegal
How HR can support managers in the field of employee wellbeing
Managers direct all manner of difficult questions to HR when it comes to the wellbeing of their staff, such as:
- Will I discriminate against someone if I discuss mental health with colleagues?
- What to do when employees tell us of health issues, then ask for it to be kept private?
- What signs should I look out for in knowing if an employee is stressed, and what should I then do about it?
Anita Mishra will talk through the legal background of wellbeing, offering practical solutions.
Managers in the firing line; how a well-structured employee benefit support package can support managers with their staff
With greater focus being placed on mental wellbeing in the workplace, are managers carrying too much of the burden?
- The issues and the role of managers in employee wellbeing
- Equipping managers with the right tools for the job
- Case studies to ponder
Mattioli Woods’ health and wellbeing specialist Ed Watling will talk through wellbeing and the practical support packages available.
Managers as champions for a wellbeing culture, not a doughnut culture
So you’ve got your managers on board – but are they supporting the right culture in the first place?
- How to inspire managers’ commitment to wellbeing, not just facts and figures but also the managers’ own journey
- Is there a 'doughnut culture' in your organisation? What can you do about it?
- The role of managers in a successful wellbeing implementation
- Example scenarios and case studies to illustrate challenges and successes
SuperWellness associate Magdalena Wronska will share insights gained from the implementation of nutrition-centred wellbeing programmes.
|11.00am||Close and depart|
How to book
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