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High impact wellbeing

A learning experience for those leading wellbeing in their organisation.

This workshop is for those responsible for wellbeing, to enable them to lead wellbeing strategically, equipping them with the knowledge and practical understanding of how to maximise the impact of a wellbeing strategy on their organisation.


In our competitive post-pandemic era, the space and funding companies have for lots of initiatives has reduced. Yet the pressure on people’s wellbeing is greater than it has ever been, and ensuring high energy is critical for organisations if they are to perform and transform. Wellbeing has to be hardwired into how the organisation operates, and not a set of standalone initiatives, which research shows does not work. Wellbeing needs to be built into how line managers manage, how leaders lead,  how we nurture and support teams who are the nucleus of the 21st century organisation.


This workshop is a practical exploration of how to do this – by delivering a high impact wellbeing strategy that embeds wellbeing into the core.

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Wellbeing leaders come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds such as Occupational Health, Safety, Reward & Benefits HR, or Learning, for example. All of these are a great foundation, but to put wellbeing at the core requires breaking out of functional silos to work all the levers of wellbeing in a strategic and integrated way. 



  • 2-day course, facilitated by Tim Munden and Rob Stephenson, with a maximum of 24 attendees.

  • Expert guest speakers delivering sessions based on their research and experience.

  • Takes place in an easy-to-reach, central City hotel. 

  • Combination of keynotes, workshop sessions, and external thought leaders.



By attending this course you will:

  1. Develop an understanding of how to integrate wellbeing into your business practices with practical tips and case studies on making it happen;

  2. Understand how to build a high impact wellbeing strategy, including the strategic levers of wellbeing, and how to use them;

  3. Be inspired by some of the world’s leading thought leaders and practitioners in workplace wellbeing;

  4. Build a network of peers on the journey of managing wellbeing strategically in their workplace, learning from those with similar context and those at different stages of maturity.

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Course Themes

  • What workplace wellbeing looks like post-pandemic?
  • What makes a good wellbeing strategy and how do you create one? 
  • Measurement, data & business cases. 
  • Building a system that enables wellbeing through managers and teams.
  • Intersectionality in wellbeing.
  • How do you embed wellbeing at scale. 
  • The role and capabilities of the wellbeing leader. 
  • Beyond your walls – your brands, your supply chain…

“For high performance, high agility and high innovation, we also need high wellbeing. So, as we build those great things, we need to grow wellbeing at the core. The era of wellbeing as a standalone project has gone.”

Our Faculty

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Tim Munden – Course Facilitator

Former Chief Learning Officer and Head of Wellbeing at Unilever. Founder of Kairon Leadership Consulting.

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Rob Stephenson – Course Facilitator

Global wellbeing advocate and TEDx Speaker. Founder and CEO of FormScore, The InsideOut LeaderBoard & The InsideOut Awards

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Clarke Carlisle – Guest Speaker

Mental Health Advocate. Former Professional Footballer.

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Elisha London – Guest Speaker

Propsira Global. Former CEO at United for Global Mental Health.

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Dr Judith Grant – Guest Speaker

The Wellbeing Exchange. Former Director of Health & Wellbeing at Mace.

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Sheila Piper – Guest Speaker

Mental Health Advocate. Former Professional Footballer.

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Tim Ackroyd – Guest Speaker

Global Mental Health Advocate at Deloitte.

Places are strictly limited, so please register your interest today.

£1875+vat – Central London.

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