REBA's Employee Wellbeing Congress 2017

22/06/2017 09:00 - 17:00 155 Bishopsgate
2017-06-22 09:00:002017-06-22 17:00:00Europe/LondonREBA's Employee Wellbeing Congress 2017Returning after an exceptional first event in 2016, REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Congress is the best opportunity for senior Reward & Benefit practitioners, HR Directors and Corporate Wellbeing specialists to benchmark their wellbeing offering, to research strategies and to source tools to develop that offering moving forward.Whether your key focus is on mental wellbeing, physical health or financial wellbeing – or whether you are working to integrate all three successfully – the REBA Employee Wellbeing Congress will provide you with the information and inspiration you need to ensure you deliver on your objectives and provide the return your organisation expects to see on its wellbeing investment.It’s now widely agreed that having an employee wellbeing culture is essential for all organisations. With engagement, culture and productivity being the key drivers behind employee wellbeing, it is a leading element of a successful employee proposition.This event will focus on two key areas; the business case for wellbeing and practical ideas and examples to implement.Find out what other top employers are doing with their wellbeing strategiesHear from top level executives providing arguments to support investment in wellbeing initiativesDiscover how to create cultural change in the workplace, to create a positive, engaging workplaceLearn how to enhance your wellbeing culture and ensure you communicate it effectivelyLearn more about financial wellbeing as part of the overall strategyGain valuable knowledge from case studies, real employer experience, expert contribution and collaborative workshopsFind out how to empower line managers to make the time and take the lead on wellbeingBenchmark your existing wellbeing tactics and culturePlus:Join round table discussions for peer-to- peer collaboration and learning - hear how others are addressing common challenges and work together to identify potential solutions. Connect with 30 of the industry’s leading consultants, advisers and innovative providers across the wellbeing spectrum – review new products and solutions that will make the difference to your own organisation’s wellbeing strategyBOOK YOUR PLACE NOW - members of the Reward & Employee Benefits Association may attend this event free. The fee for non-members is £895.00 (inc VAT). If you're not a member and think you may qualify (reward practitioners who deliver benefits to their workforce of 500+ employees), please apply here for REBA membership. Membership is complimentary for qualifying reward professionals.155 BishopsgateREBAjessica.tester@reba.global

REBA's Employee Wellbeing Congress: Everything you need to know for a successful wellbeing strategy

Returning after an exceptional first event in 2016, REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Congress is the best opportunity for senior Reward & Benefit practitioners, HR Directors and Corporate Wellbeing specialists to benchmark their wellbeing offering, to research strategies and to source tools to develop that offering moving forward.

Whether your key focus is on mental wellbeing, physical health or financial wellbeing – or whether you are working to integrate all three successfully – the REBA Employee Wellbeing Congress will provide you with the information and inspiration you need to ensure you deliver on your objectives and provide the return your organisation expects to see on its wellbeing investment.

It’s now widely agreed that having an employee wellbeing culture is essential for all organisations. With engagement, culture and productivity being the key drivers behind employee wellbeing, it is a leading element of a successful employee proposition.

This event will focus on two key areas; the business case for wellbeing and practical ideas and examples to implement.

  • Find out what other top employers are doing with their wellbeing strategies
  • Hear from top level executives providing arguments to support investment in wellbeing initiatives
  • Discover how to create cultural change in the workplace, to create a positive, engaging workplace
  • Learn how to enhance your wellbeing culture and ensure you communicate it effectively
  • Learn more about financial wellbeing as part of the overall strategy
  • Gain valuable knowledge from case studies, real employer experience, expert contribution and collaborative workshops
  • Find out how to empower line managers to make the time and take the lead on wellbeing
  • Benchmark your existing wellbeing tactics and culture

Plus:

Join round table discussions for peer-to- peer collaboration and learning - hear how others are addressing common challenges and work together to identify potential solutions. Connect with 30 of the industry’s leading consultants, advisers and innovative providers across the wellbeing spectrum – review new products and solutions that will make the difference to your own organisation’s wellbeing strategy

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW - members of the Reward & Employee Benefits Association may attend this event free. The fee for non-members is £895.00 (inc VAT). If you're not a member and think you may qualify (reward practitioners who deliver benefits to their workforce of 500+ employees), please apply here for REBA membership. Membership is complimentary for qualifying reward professionals.


Speakers Include:

Julia Thomas

Julie Thomas

Group Head of Diversity


James Rogers

James Rogers

Head of Employers Policy, Work & Health Unit


Yulia O'Mahoney

Yulia O'Mahoney

Head of Wellbeing


Robert Cochran

Robert Cochran

Senior Corporate Pensions Specialist


Anna Spender

Anna Spender

Director of Actuarial & Data Analytics


Beth Robotham

Beth Robotham

Head of Business Development


Chris Tomkins

Chris Tomkins

Chief Operating Officer, Proactive Health


Kevin Crawley

Kevin Crawley

Environmental Health & Safety Director


Mark Witte

Mark Witte

Head of Health & Risk Propositions & Consulting


Simon Williams

Simon Williams

Senior Financial Planner


Soraya Chamberlain

Soraya Chamberlain

Director of Corporate Healthcare & Wellbeing


Andy Buxton

Andy Buxton

Health & Wellbeing Manager


Stephanie Schreiber

Stephanie Schreiber

Wellbeing Adviser


Hayley Golden

Hayley Golden

Diversity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Manager


Mark Hudson

Mark Hudson

COO HR


Peter Simpson

Peter Simpson

CEO


Sheila Champion-Smeeth

Sheila Champion-Smeeth

Total Rewards Consultant


Zoe Eccleston

Zoe Eccleston

Health & Wellbeing EMEA


Ian Mackenzie

Head of Pension & Benefits


Debbie Jeremiah

Mindful Leader Program Mgr


Sally Purbrick

Sally Purbrick

Head of Reward


Rebekah Haymes

Rebekah Haymes

Senior Consultant


Dr. Wolfgang Seidl

Head of Health Management Consulting


Jeanette Makings

Jeanette Makings

Head of Financial Education


Vanessa Sallows

Vanessa Sallows

Benefits & Governance Director


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This event will focus on two key areas; the business case for wellbeing and practical ideas and examples to implement.

Programme - more details coming soon 

0815    Registration & Networking

0900    Chair's Introduction
           Debi O'Donovan, Director, REBA

0915    Why wellbeing is good for business: the CEO perspective 

  • Why and how Anglian Water has embedded a focus on employee wellbeing in its long-term business strategy
  • What do we mean by employee wellbeing? Why a clear definition enabled a clearer benchmarking of success
  • The role of the leadership team in creating a wellbeing culture that delivers for employees and for the bottom line
    Peter Simpson, CEO, Anglian Water 

0935    Convincing the CFO: financial modelling to demonstrate the value of                         investments in employee wellbeing 
            Moving beyond improved absenteeism as the measure for success in wellbeing                     strategies

0955    Case study: How Nomura has worked to become Britain's healthiest                           workplace

  • Why Nomura embarked on the wellbeing journey: the sense of responsibility and the business case
  • The challenges of implementation
  • The next phase: stress and mental wellbeing
    Mark Hudson, COO HR, Nomura

1015    Panel discussion with all preceding speakers

1035    Refreshments & networking

1110    Delegates move to parallel streamed sessions, which will cover mental wellbeing,                  physical health or financial wellbeing. More details coming soon.

1310    Lunch

1420    Round table discussions: Delegates join in structured round table discussion groups               to focus on specific topics.

1505    Round table feedback [via audience interactive tool and table feedback] - moderated             by Debi O'Donovan, REBA

1520    Refreshment break

            Creating a wellbeing culture

1550    Getting the communication approach right 
            Case study: Zurich Insurance

  • Creating a platform of communication that builds employee demand for information and engagement
  • Empowering localism to create equality of access
  • Rolling out the programme: lessons and connections with the diversity and inclusion strategy
    Julie Thomas, Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Zurich Insurance
    Hayley Golden, Diversity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Manager, Zurich Insurance 

1610    Personalising a macro strategy to increase employee engagement 
            Case study: Cisco

  • Understanding what will motivate personal lifestyle changes to improve wellbeing
  • Introducing a wellbeing ambassador - and making the most engaged employees your ambassadors for the benefits of the programme
  • Encouraging employees to take the wellbeing approach home to their families
  • How technology has enabled the organic and effective engagement with employees
    Sheila Champion-Smeeth, Total Rewards Consultant EMEAR, Cisco

1630    Panel discussion: engaging and enabled line managers to ensure effective               cultural change 

  • Convincing line managers that it's worth their own investment in the programme
  • Reassessing and redirecting the line manager's role
  • Creating the time, providing the support and recognising the contribution that line managers make
    Pannelists:
    Stephanie Schreiber, Wellbeing Adviser, Business in the Community
    Andy Buxton, Health & Wellbeing Manager, National Grid
    Zoe Eccleston, Health & Wellbeing EMEA, Bloomberg 

1710    Closing Keynote: topic and speaker to be confirmed


 


State of the art London conference venue

155 Bishopsgate is a large conference and event venue in a fantastic, convenient location next to Liverpool Street Station in The City of London. 

Delegates will enjoy a comfortable environment in a state of the art venue featuring all the latest AV and IT systems, including superfast WiFi.

Find out more on the venue homepage.

155 Bishopsgate
Liverpool Street
London
EC2M 3YD
United Kingdom