Why Employers need to make Employee Wellbeing a Priority 

20th May 2021 - 7pm-8pm

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Staff wellbeing has long been a hot topic for organisations.  Post pandemic and the impact on working practices, there is now a very real need and urgency to make wellbeing a priority, maybe even a moral obligation.  Whilst this might seem like a mammoth task, particularly for SME’s, the benefits far outweigh the effort.  Given the amount of time people spend ‘working’, a commitment towards supporting your staff wellbeing can only be a good thing. 

In this session, we will show you how to implement a simple strategy and action plan that doesn’t cost the earth, that will reap positive returns and protect your business from potential legal threats in the future. 

We will share with you:

  • what a simple strategy could look like
  • steps towards creating an action plan
  • the cost/benefits to your organisation
  • the legal implications of doing nothing

This webinar is taking place during International Coaching Week (ICW) and is suitable for HR professionals, CEO’s, business owners and anyone with an interest in making staff wellbeing a priority in their organisation. The session will be co-delivered by Debbie Connors and Phil Marsden, both of whom have experience in this area and a passion for supporting staff and organisations to be healthy and proactive at work. To book your place, follow this link (TBC)

About Debbie

Debbie has a portfolio career - she works as Head of HR for a local business as well as running her own company called HR School Ltd which specialises in soft skills and executive coach-training for leaders, people managers and HR Practitioners. During her career, she has worked with a range of businesses including legal, education, police, NHH and pharmaceuticals. Debbie’s style is down to earth, pragmatic and results focused. She is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce, the CIPD and Co-Chair of Coaching York.

About Phil

With many years experience in senior positions and HR roles Phil brings not only considerable expertise but also a talent for insights and pragmatic solutions. His career has been across both private and public sectors.   Sectors include manufacturing, engineering, construction, IT, local authorities and education, NHS and the Home Office. He is currently completing an accredited qualification in wellbeing and is passionate about support and improving health and productivity at work. Find Phil at

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