02 September, 2020 | (01 hr)
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Well-being policies in the workplace are not drawn up and developed in isolation. Particularly because they are newer in the spectrum of HR policies, they play an important role in supporting larger corporate goals such as diversity, inclusion, equality, innovation, and talent management.
Drawing on the policies of leading pioneering companies in this field and research undertaken by The Conference Board and other centers of innovation, this webcast will show how their groundbreaking policies were developed and how these are linked to broader issues and goals. The discussion will also look at how companies can move from pockets of best practice toward a global, integrated well-being strategy.
- How pioneering companies have developed their mental health and well-being policies
- How mental health and well-being policies support broader corporate goals like diversity, equality, innovation, leadership and talent management
- The importance of a compelling evidence-based business case, with clear metrics to assess impact and ROI
- Practical steps to encourage senior managers to give their personal support and active participation in embedding a culture of well-being
- Insights from NatWest Group
Fiona McAslan is Wellbeing Lead at NatWest Group. In addition to championing the mental health and wellbeing policies pioneered by the Bank, she has significant experience in HR business partnering, senior stakeholders and consulting and has extensive experience in supporting change transformatio...Full Bio
Marion Devine is Senior Researcher in Human Capital for Europe, based in TCB’s Brussels office. Marion brings a European perspective to TCB’s HC work and contributes across a broad spectrum of HC topics in support of the various HC Centers.
Marion brings a wealth of expe...Full Bio