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Webinar: Wellbeing by numbers

Taking a data-led approach to the health & wellbeing of your people

Wednesday 28 October 2020 | 14:30 PM GMT

How can you prove a wellbeing strategy is effective? What metrics need to be measured? As employee wellbeing rises up the post-COVID corporate agenda, three industry leaders share their experiences and expertise around developing and implementing an evidence-based approach to wellbeing.

Alongside Dave Capper, the CEO of top international wellbeing firm Westfield Health, and Professor Jeff Breckon from the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, we will be joined by workplace health and wellbeing expert Alistair Hugo, who will share his first-hand experience of designing strategic workplace wellbeing programmes that are shaped by data.

When you attend this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how to use data to shape your workplace wellbeing strategy;
  • Hear evidence of the impact that wellbeing has on productivity and bottom line;
  • Get expert advice on the challenges of implementing a data-led wellbeing strategy and how to overcome them;
  • Understand how the changing priorities and pressures of the pandemic have influenced wellbeing programmes;
  • Walk away with a health & wellbeing toolkit that will help you implement and evaluate your wellbeing strategy.

SHP Webinar Wednesdays brings you weekly webinars from October until early December. Click here to see the programme.

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Speakers:

Dave Capper

Dave Capper

Having joined Westfield Health as a management trainee in 2004, Dave Capper took on his current role as CEO in summer 2018. Coming from a background in professional sport, Dave has extensive professional experience in the insurance industry in Sales and Commercial Director roles, working with clients across the Americas, Western Europe and the Middle East. Having spearheaded Westfield Health’s diversification from insurance to corporate health and wellbeing, Dave’s focus is on creating the right environment and culture for Westfield Health to grow and thrive for the next 100 years.

Jeff Breckon

Professor Jeff Breckon

Professor Jeff Breckon is Head of Research in the Department of Sport and Physical Activity at Sheffield Hallam University and is a BPS and HCPC Chartered Exercise Psychologist. He is a member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers), BPS (British Psychological Association) and BASES (British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences). Prof Breckon has published and presented internationally on the role of Lifestyle Behaviour Change exploring the role of counselling and lifestyle interventions across platforms such as face‐to‐face, telephone, online and Apps. Jeff began working in the NHS in 1993 and set up one of the UKs first GP referral schemes supporting lifestyle change across a range of community, workplace, and clinical populations. He has developed and evaluated several Workplace Wellness programmes across the public and private sector and currently supports two Innovate UK funded projects to design, deliver and evaluate workplace wellness programmes in the UK.

Jeff Breckon

Alistair Hugo,
Sky Wellbeing, Health & Fitness Manager, UK & ROI.

Alistair is an experienced workplace health and wellbeing leader with a pragmatic approach to delivering strategic health and wellbeing improvement programmes across complex organisations. He has an MSc in Organisational Health & Wellbeing from the University of Nottingham, is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health, and a member of the Society of Occupational Medicine. Alistair specialises in organisational level intervention design, and how the workplace can be used to achieve this. On a personal level, he is a keen player of American Football, currently playing in the UK premiership.

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