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How to build an effective wellbeing programme at Wembley Stadium

Healthy Performance at Wembley Stadium
How to Build an Effective Wellbeing Programme at Wembley Stadium on 28th November

On 28th November, we ran our first external event – at Wembley Stadium!
How to Build an Effective Wellbeing Programme is a workshop we’ve designed for organisations who are looking either for help to begin the process of building a wellbeing programme or advice on how to improve or develop an existing programme.  We had a packed room full of people who are passionate about employee health and wellbeing, some of whom were right at the beginning of their journey and others who were looking for tips to help them improve on what they already had in place.
Prior to the event, attendees had a chance to try out MyWellbeingCheck, our online lifestyle assessment.  The assessment takes the temperature of employee wellbeing and produces a company wellbeing score and wellbeing risk.  It’s a great way to gather benchmark data and to identify hotspots in such areas as nutrition, fitness, mind and others, and these can be used to focus on the right initiatives to improve  a wellbeing strategy.  At the event, attendees were able to refer to their individual Company Health Reports that contained data gathered through MyWellbeingCheck, to help them design or enhance their programme.

Participants designing their wellbeing programme
Participants designing their wellbeing programme

We were very pleased to welcome our guest speaker, Karl Simons, who is Head of Health, Safety, Security and Wellbeing at Thames Water.  Karl shared some really interesting stories about the very successful Thames Water wellbeing programme which we’ve supported since 2013 with a range of initiatives including our onsite health checks.

Karl Simons from Thames Water
Karl Simons from Thames Water

According to our post-event survey, a fantastic 100% said the event increased their understanding of how to build an effective wellbeing programme and we have been blown away by the amazing comments we’ve received from delighted participants.  Here are just a few of them:
“I found the event extremely informative and learned several tips which I intend to use when implementing our company’s wellbeing strategy.  Thanks again!”
“I thoroughly enjoyed the event and have picked up some very useful pointers which I am going to take back to the board.”
“It really added value having a network of people to bounce ideas off…presentations and content were excellent…thank you!”
“I found it hugely interesting and very useful.”
“It was a fantastic event!”
“Brilliant day, brilliant venue.”
“Thank you for an excellent day!”
“Really great morning, thank you so much.  It was very informative and I would highly recommend it to others.  I hope you have more events in the future!”
Riding on this success, we are now busy planning our 2018 wellbeing events schedule and we’ll be touring the country!  If you’d like to be one of the first to know where we will be and when, register your interest here, with event code wellbeing, telling us which of the following is your preferred location. Alternatively, email or call 0800 170 1777.  We would love to see you at the next one!

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