This IPA Training Forum discusses why wellbeing at work needs to be taken seriously, and the actions you can take to improve the productivity and happiness of your employees and your company.
We had such a variety of different perspectives on the topic of wellbeing, from Katie Lee, Chief Operating Officer at Wavemaker, and Kim Palmer who launched the hypnotherapy app Clementine, to Joe Ryle, Campaign Director of the 4 Day Week Campaign and finally to Lee Chambers, who set up his own wellbeing consultancy Essentialise.
Despite the range of perspectives, there was a common thread running throughout each talk, which was the undeniable need to take wellbeing at work seriously and to implement well-considered strategies, as not only do employees expect it, but it is vital to the productivity and happiness of the company as a whole.
Katie Lee who worked alongside Kim Palmer as Chief Operating Officer at Clementine, kick-started the session by discussing the conception of Clementine and the working practices they put into place when running it.
They - alongside the other speakers - made some extremely salient points, such as:
Here is the recording of Kim Palmer and Katie Lee’s discussion:Watch the full recording of the event