Health and Wellbeing @ Work Conference and Exhibition: Chair of the Employee Engagement & Motivation Stream
March 6 - March 7
Now in its 12th successful year, Health and Wellbeing at Work is all about improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people. The conference and exhibition will provide you with new ideas and resources to ensure your employees are engaged and motivated, healthy, return to work quickly following absence and stay in work. Profiling national developments, service innovations, examples of best practice and the latest research, it provides an unrivalled learning platform that will energise and inspire you.
I’m chairing the employee engagement and motivation stream on Wednesday 7 March. You can find out more here.
Chair: Jo Dodds, Consultant, Counterpoint Matters and Engage for Success
Making the Case for Employee Engagement in the NHS
Dr Zofia Bajorek, Lead Researcher in HR and Management, Work Foundation
Being Ready to Perform – Are You Helping People Thrive?
Dr Chris Shambrook, Director, PlanetK2 and Psychology Consultant, GB Rowing
Maximising Employee Engagement in Not for Profit Organisations
Martyn Dicker, Director of People & Learning, The Prince’s Trust
Empowering Your Workforce
Adam Hutchison, Managing Director, Belmont Healthcare & Belmont Developments
Using Behavioural Science Insights to Drive Employee Engagement and Wellbeing
Dan Berry, Behavioural Strategist, Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Planning and Delivery of a Successful Mental Health Communications Campaign
Eleanor Miller, Director of Marketing and Communications, MHFA England
Enhancing Employee Engagement with a New Approach to Mental Wellbeing in Law
Chetna Bhatt, Co-Founder, Being Lawyers
How Social Enterprise Networks Can Drive Employee Engagement and Support the Delivery of Business Strategy
Jo Moffat, Managing Director, Woodreed and Core Team Member and Radio Host, Engage for Success
Developing Employee Voice at Network Rail
Katy Downes, Senior Engagement Manager, Network Rail