The 3rd annual Employee Wellbeing Congress 2018 in association with REBA
The Employee Wellbeing Congress on 5 July 2018 is the largest dedicated corporate wellbeing conference in the HR and wellbeing calendar. Since its launch this event has gone from strength to strength, and it enjoys unprecedented support from across the reward & benefits sector, as well as from the hundreds of employers who attend each year.
We're delighted that the Opening Keynote to this year's Employee Wellbeing Congress on 5 July 2018 will be presented by Professor Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at London Business School. If you're concerned about justifying the cost of wellbeing initiatives, her presentation will help you be better informed when talking to your board.
Professor of Management Practice
Exec Vice President HR
Head Of People Insights
Deputy Chief Exec & Exec Director of HR & OD
Senior Manager - OHW
Compensation & Benefits Director UK, Ireland & Israel
Benefits & Wellbeing Manager
Associate Director Health and Wellbeing
Michael Heyworth, FCSI
Total Rewards Partner
UK Health & Protection Product Innovation Lead
Head of Financial Education
Senior Financial Planner
Benefits & Governance Director
Head of Marketing
Health Assessment Business Lead
Head of Risk and Healthcare
Director of Analytics & Wellbeing
Chief Commercial Officer
Workplace Pensions Specialist
Director of Corporate
Employee Experience Consultant
Each year the Employee Wellbeing Congress delivers latest thinking and successful strategies for corporate wellbeing to over 250 senior HR, Reward & Benefits participants. The multi-streamed conference covers physical, mental and financial wellbeing along with building positive cultures. The event also features opportunity for peer-to-peer sharing, plus plenaries, keynotes and panel discussions.
As our recent Employee Wellbeing Research shows, 3/4 of employers are concerned about the impact of high pressure working environments on wellbeing. The report outlines how engagement and culture are key drivers of wellbeing in the workplace. Delegates to the Congress will learn more from the report's findings and pick up a hard copy of the 88-page insight report.
|09.00||Welcome: Philip Hayne, Director, REBA|
|09.05||Wellbeing as an asset: understanding the changing perspectives of government, investors and the boardroom|
• Why asset managers are putting pressure on CEOs to think differently about employees, and what this means for wellbeing
• What leading CEOs say about employee wellbeing: a review of the research
• How government is driving change through employers
Debi O’Donovan, Director, REBA
|09.20||Keynote: Transformation, resilience and survival|
• Why organisations need to think differently about career lifecycles to transform their structure and culture and secure the long-term survival of their businesses
• How employers can support individuals’ need to think differently about their vitality, skills, social networks and personal transformation to meet changing workplace needs
• How government, employers and employees need to connect to drive the success of wellbeing strategies and support transformation
Professor Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, London Business School
|09.50||The government viewpoint: taking the next steps to “Thriving at Work” |
Before and after lunch, delegates will have the opportunity to pick and choose between three streams of breakout sessions designed to enable a more detailed focus on common wellbeing challenges
Breakouts will include:
AWARD WINNER CASE STUDY: Virgin Atlantic & Virgin Holidays
AWARD WINNER CASE STUDY: Causeway Technologies
AWARD WINNER CASE STUDY: Three UK
How to build a financial wellbeing strategy that supports all the different demographics within your workforce
Leadership, management and culture: how to build a resilient workplace
Not A Red Card: the barriers to talking about mental health at work and what employers can do to overcome them
Identifying the gaps in your wellbeing strategy through a wellbeing appraisal
Financial wellbeing: finding the best education, advice and savings solutions for your people
Low cost, effective strategies that will change behaviours to improve employees’ financial wellbeing
Integrating a pro-active approach to employee mental wellbeing: creating processes to identify at-risk employees and ensure preventative action
30 facts that will change your approach to wellbeing forever
Creating your wellbeing dashboard: keeping metrics manageable
Making financial wellbeing fun: strategies for engaging employees in money and mental health
Data-driven wellbeing strategies: how to use data and MI to drive the effectiveness of your wellbeing strategy
|15.00||Round table discussions|
|16.10||Employer case study tbc|
Top tips panel: The Challenge To Change
What are the issues which most frequently threaten the effectiveness of an employer’s drive to create a wellbeing culture in the organisation, and how can you overcome them? Learn from our panel of employers who will share three top tips for dealing with the challenges they faced.
Delivering the metrics to convince your leadership team
Securing employee buy-in
Creating a global wellbeing culture
Ensuring personalisation within your wellbeing culture
Secure your place at Employee Wellbeing Congress 2018 whilst there is still availability.
REBA Professional Members: you will receive a Promotional Code to gain 100% discount on the price of £499. (Look out for an email or email us at email@example.com if you don’t spot anything.)
Non-Members: if you are a senior HR professional involved in Wellbeing initiatives for your organisation and you would like to attend the Employee Wellbeing Congress 2018, please send us your details to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a promotional code. Eligible delegates are reward, employee benefits or HR practitioners working in-house for an organisation of 250+ staff.
At the Employee Wellbeing Congress delegates will gain the perspective to build well-rounded wellbeing strategies.
More about Professor Lynda Gratton:
Professor Lynda Gratton will open the event with the topic of "Transformation, resilience and survival" (more details in the Agenda below. Professor Lynda Gratton is a Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs ‘Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Companies’ – considered the world’s leading programme on human resources.
Lynda is the founder of Hot Spots Movement and since 2008 she has led the Future of Work Research Consortium, which has brought together executives from more than 100 companies. Over the last 20 years Lynda has written extensively about the interface between people and organisations including, in 2016, "The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity".