The people profession has the evidence and insight to know how central wellbeing is for employee and organisation performance. Yet ongoing crises and issues pull attention from it at both an operational and leadership level.
In response to this need, the CIPD is pleased to launch a seminar on Cultivating a culture of sustainable wellbeing. The seminar will explore how organisations can prioritise wellbeing in this time of transformation, and drive wellbeing strategies forward to positively impact employee experience, retention and sustainable performance.
Taking place on 6 December at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, and in partnership with Employee Financial Wellness, the seminar will bring together a range of experts to share new insights and learnings on:
- how to design work and jobs that enhance wellbeing in our digitalised world
- the need to address psychosocial risks, with a focus on mental health
- integrating wellbeing through the employee lifecycle and the needs of different generations
- the effective tools to engage leaders and embed a culture of wellbeing
- the importance of addressing your personal wellbeing and resilience as a people professional
- the positive impact of financial education on wellbeing.
These insights will be of particular benefit to HR professionals, wellbeing specialists, and people managers.
Join us to hear from a range of expert speakers
- The CIPD’s Jake Young and the University of Limerick’s Dr Caroline Murphy will debate how to effectively use job design and management practices to positively impact wellbeing.
- Clare County Council and Irish Rail, CIPD HR Award winners 2023, will share their winning case studies on how to embed a culture of wellbeing.
- From an employee lifecycle lens, a range of experts will share insights on tackling the needs of different generations, including financial stress points from our sponsors Employee Financial Wellness.
- Tom Garavan of University College Cork will discuss new menopause research and what actions are delivering an effective response in leading organisations.
Join our webinar to explore how you can normalise conversations about menstruation and menstrual health in the workplace to better support women at work.
Read the CIPD’s November 2023 submission to His Majesty’s Treasury
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