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Strategic Workplace Wellbeing (Balancing Buy-In, Budgets, and Best Practice) Webinar

The world of workplace wellbeing has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, presenting both opportunities and challenges. Amidst profound changes, restructures, and budget cuts, finding the right starting point can be overwhelming. It's a tough balancing act – knowing how to secure genuine buy-in, what to prioritise, where to invest, how to measure impact, and, most crucially, how to gain that initial investment while earning unwavering support from the board.

In our exclusive must-attend webinar, "Strategic Workplace Wellbeing - Balancing Buy-In, Budgets, and Best Practices", delivered in partnership with The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Awards and Wellity Global, we delve into the heart of these challenges, offering a roadmap to transform uncertainty into best practice and success.

This session is a compass for wellbeing leads, HR professionals, and anyone individual looking to drive positive change whilst navigating the complexities of evolving workplace wellbeing. It will be taking place on the 9th April at 10am (UK time).

Key Takeaways:

Trends and Priorities:

  • Stay Future-Ready: Explore upcoming trends and priorities in workplace wellbeing, ensuring your strategies align with the evolving needs of your workforce.

  • Global Best Practices: Learn from cross-sector case studies, discovering innovative approaches to address trends and priorities that have proven successful on a global scale.

Buy-In and Gaining Support:

  • Compelling Business Cases: Understand how to construct compelling legal, moral, and business cases for action, capturing board support and investment.

  • Proven Strategies: Discover effective strategies to secure buy-in from key stakeholders, especially during times of organisational changes.

Budget Maximisation:

  • Smart Investing Approaches: Explore innovative approaches to optimise the impact of wellbeing initiatives, making a significant difference with even the smallest budgets.

  • Strategies for Efficiency: Uncover strategies to focus on impact and make your budget go further.

Sadie Restorick

Webinar Speaker

Sadie Restorick, Co-founder, Wellity Global

Sadie Restorick is co-founder of Wellity Global and The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Awards. She is a global speaker, consultant, trainer, author and published academic scholar who has specialised in the field of workplace wellbeing and psychosocial risk management for over thirteen years, driving culture change leadership development. Sadie is a BA Communications graduate and has extensively studied training needs analysis and design and theories of communication within groups and organisations.

She holds a diploma in Mental Health Awareness and a diploma with distinction from the Fellowship of Associated Stress Consultants. She has also been awarded an MSc with Distinction in Workplace Health and Wellbeing from the globally recognised University of Nottingham. Specific areas of study include the phenomenon of presenteeism, the effectiveness of interventions for tackling stress in the workplace, the impact of digital overload and burnout and the dynamics of leadership.

Great British Businesswoman of The Year Finalist 2022, Sadie is a Professional Member of the International Stress Management Association, The Association of Business Psychologists, the Institute of Occupational Health, and the International Institute of Risk Safety Management. She is recognised as a global leader in her field, having worked with some of the largest organisations around the world and has appeared across the international press and online business communities.

Sadie is an internationally recognised keynote speaker, presenting at events including the Wellbeing Summit 2020 and Corporate Wellbeing Expo, European Business Show and has presented her published academic research on work-related stress at the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference.

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