08:30

Registration and Welcome Coffee 

09:00

Introduction: Supporting the business case for wellbeing

  • Explore the latest current academic material defining wellbeing and resilience to support the business case
  • What is the underlying philosophy of wellbeing and how must it be captured in the values, purpose and vision of an organisation?
  • Focusing on below and above-the-line wellbeing and ensuring your strategy is forward-focused on improving outcomes
The wellbeing app will be downloaded onto all participants’ mobile phones and time is given to digest and understand how the data that progressively appears on the app is lawfully collected. We will discuss the nature of the data collected and how this information can be used productively. 

10:30

Morning Break 

11:00

Understanding the legal structure that underpins wellbeing 

  • Gather critical insights into the employer’s legal obligations around workplace health and wellbeing 
  • Delving into an amalgam of corporate, safety, employment, discrimination, workers' compensation, privacy, surveillance and industrial law that creates the structures, processes, language and limitations of wellbeing
  • Creating a sustainable wellbeing environment
  • Addressing common infrastructure and application errors 

12:30

Networking Lunch 

01:30

Developing a data-based wellbeing strategy 

  • Data collection is at the core of an evidence based strategy - How do you build a system that doesn't violate the limitations imposed by statute and case law and how should such information be collected and used?
  • Avoiding significant legal and industrial risks that comes with personal data collection 
  • A practical look into a case study to examine potential concerns around the collection and use of sensitive information and how this is treated differently across state and national borders
  • Learn to manage the data collected, and how to ensure the integrity of the wellbeing program

03:00

Afternoon Break 

03:30

Leveraging data to improve organizational outcomes in health

  • What is a 'Wellbeing Good Culture' and how do we measure and achieve change in this area?
  • How to drive our wellbeing strategy in a manner that advances the organisational measures of success and improves employee health, retention and happiness? 
  • Apply a wellbeing matrix to assess organisational structure and behaviour to identify critical gaps, key priorities and areas of potential improvement

05:00

End of Workshop Day 1 

08:30

Registration and Welcome Coffee 

09:00

Utilising the wellbeing paradigm to influence decision making and leadership 

  • The role of leadership and decision making in organisations too often undermines employee and organisational wellbeing - What does good decision-making look like? What does good leadership look like?
  • Understand how to influence decision making and make a tangible difference during difficult times 
  • In a practical segment, find out how to use the data collected on your mobile phone app to make smarter decisions and provide leaders with actionable insights

10:30

Morning Break

11:00

Best practice wellbeing strategies

  • What are the common and most effective strategies in improving workplace wellbeing?
  • Using critical data to drive organisational change - Learn from successful case studies 
  • In a practical segment, the practice problem has been evolving over time and is now showcasing more complex problems. Learn to respond effectively and look at both above-the-line and below-the-line risks and opportunities

12:30

Networking Lunch

01:30

Executing a successful communications strategy on wellbeing

  • Master internal and external communications methods to execute and sustain a wellbeing strategy
  • What does a successful communications strategy look like? 
  • Drive meaningful change that builds up organisational and individual resilience and delivers key organisational objectives
  • In a practical segment, learn to develop a simple communications strategy for the purpose of rolling out a new strategic intervention

03:00

Afternoon Break

03:30

Conclusion: Putting your knowledge to the test 

  • Gain a summary of all the different elements of learning obtained over the past two days
  • In a practical segment, apply what you have learnt to navigate a case study of health issues and productivity problems
  • Learn to diagnose these problems and develop an integrated strategy to fix the problems, deliver improved health outcomes and operational performance

05:00

End of Workshop Day 2

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