Who should attend
- HR and HR Development professionals
- Occupational health professionals
- Line and senior managers with an interest in employee engagement
- COOs, Operational Directors/Managers
- Anyone with an interest in or responsibility for how meaning and purpose can be used to enhance the workplace
About the course
Meaningful work and wellbeing for an engaged and healthy workforce
Low levels of engagement, meaningfulness and wellbeing are harmful to individuals and organisations. Large scale organisational transformations or mergers and acquisitions are often perceived as value-creating in the long-term but can be highly detrimental to employee wellbeing and performance in the short-term. Existing employee wellbeing initiatives often fail to address the root problems because they don’t approach engagement from a person-centred perspective.
This workshop focusses on engagement through the eyes of an employee, with a particular focus on the factors that foster high levels of wellbeing. Workplaces that offer this develop the foundations for sustainable, long-term engagement.
Who is this masterclass for: HR and HR Development professionals, Occupational Health professionals, line and senior managers with an interest in employee engagement, COOS, Operational Directors/Managers, and anyone with an interest in/responsibility for how meaning and purpose can be used to enhance the workplace.
Katie Bailey is Professor of Work and Employment and from September 2019, Head of the HRM and Employment Relations Group at King’s Business School. She has previously held posts at the University of Sussex, University of Kent and University of Kingston, and at London Business School, where she co...
I am a highly motivated senior manager with over thirteen years of international business experience. My experience is augmented by an MBA in International Business from a top UK business school and a PMI PMP designation. Specialising in strategy, I have a proven track record of defining busines...
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