Workplace Wellbeing Strategy – free 1-day course: 23 January, London

Written by Stuart Haden on December 18, 2017

Over the last few months I have been busy working with the CIPD to create a suite of courses for a new Health & Wellbeing Series. Perfectly timed for the New Year is an invite to a 1-day pilot of the Workplace Wellbeing Strategy course. Better still attendance is free of charge! That beats secret santa and any stocking filler hands down.

Please be aware that there are a maximum of 12 places so bookings are first come first served. If you would like to attend then please email me ( and I can get you booked up. The course will take place on 23 January (9:30 am – 5 pm), at Grosvenor Gardens, 4th Floor, 46 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1W 0EB. Please find below full details of the programme.


In order to develop a workplace well-being strategy, organisations must be clear on the different definitions and what best describes their approach to staff well-being. Considering current models and strategic approaches is a vital stage in the planning process. Employee wellbeing programs and initiatives embody the wider goal of increasing engagement, thus contributing to a more effective organisation. Highly practical and interactive in its approach, the course provides the tools required to create employee well-being programs and the opportunity to draft a well-being plan during the session itself.

This programme is for HR professionals who need to explore the options for creating, developing and maintaining a well-being strategy at work.


• Definitions of well-being
• Approaches to strategy development
• Well-being models
• Sources of information
• Well-being plans
• Strategic framework for well-being at work
• Measuring well-being.

Course Benefits

• Define well-being, describe strategy and explore current models
• Choose an approach that fits with your organisation
• Consider sources of information and formulate a well-being plan
• Develop a strategic framework for well-being at work
• Identify measures of effectiveness and review next steps.