|Date of event:||26 June 2019|
|Event ends:||26 June 2019|
Given that most of us spend the majority of our day at work, the workplace is believed to be central to a person’s general well-being.
Well-being is believed to facilitate thriving and high performance at work. Furthermore, the workplace is believed to be central to a person’s general well-being given that many spend the majority of their day at work.
Bringing together researchers and practitioners in the fields of management, psychology, real estate and architecture, this Henley Centre for Leadership evening event shares the latest research and industry insights on how to create healthy and high-performing workplaces.
18:00 Arrival and networking with Drinks and Canapes
18:30 Professor Bernd Vogel
Welcome to Henley Centre for Leadership evening series
18:35 Dr Caroline Rook
Introduction to the evening theme from a research perspective: Creating employee engagement and productivity through healthy workplaces
18:50 Small group discussion: What is the most important aspect in increasing workplace well-being?
19:00 Dr Caroline Rook
Research perspective: A multi-disciplinary approach to creating healthy workplaces and the impact on engagement and productivity
19:10 Nicola Gillen
Real life case study: One facet of healthy workplaces and employee engagement –
19:30 Dr Caroline Rook
Small group work: Designing a healthy workplace: The case of a well-being intervention in an Emergency Services organisation
20:00 Dr Caroline Rook
Sharing of insights in plenary
20:15 Dr Caroline Rook
Conclusion and take-home message
20:30 Workshop end and Networking
21:00 Event Close
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