A New Vision for Wellbeing: Taking a Personal, Preventative Approach
Thurs 19th January 2023 at 10:00 | GMTWatch the Recording
This webinar is perfect for HR and people leaders who want to move away from a one-size-fits-all wellbeing approach to a forward-thinking strategy that anticipates what your people actually need.
International Speaker and Former Global Head of Wellbeing for Reckitt, Andy Holmes will explore how HR can stop fire-fighting and take a preventative approach that has a measurable impact. He’ll discuss how to set a robust wellbeing vision, how to build buy-in from the board, what to measure and examples of what has worked well.
Join Andy Holmes and Andrew Heath on 19th January at 10:00 to learn how to create a wellbeing vision and strategy that will help ensure your people thrive in 2023 and beyond.
- Create a compelling wellbeing vision
- Building the business case for investing in wellbeing
- Measuring the right things to assess impact
- Real-world examples that deliver results
- Q+A with Andy Holmes
Meet the Speaker
Andy Holmes is an international speaker, certified high-performance coach, global wellbeing advisory board member & former global head of wellbeing, leadership & capability at Reckitt.
He takes a strategic approach to human capacity, working with an extensive network of specialists to restructure personal and organisational approaches to wellbeing, leadership and performance.
He brings together the science of holistic wellbeing, along with cognition and leadership development, to enable cultural change, unlock DEI, collaboration and innovation, to drive personal growth and business performance.
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