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Launch Webinar – Prioritise People: What Next?

Jun 25
Date and time
Tue, 25 June  @  10:00  -  11:00
Price
Free of charge
Location
Online
Audience
Open to BITC members and non-members
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Tue, 25 June  @  10:00  –  11:00

Join us for this webinar when we will explore the practical measures and strategies outlined in our latest report.

This is an online event.

Audience

Business in the Community (BITC) members and non members.

Background

If ‘Prioritise People: Unlock the value of a thriving workforce’ is the business case; ‘Prioritise People: The next step’ is the catalyst. Published last year, ‘Prioritise People: Unlock the value of a thriving workforce’ highlighted the significant economic impact of unlocking the value of your people, contributing 6-17% of UK GDP. The feedback received was a call for actionable steps that organisations can take to make these benefits real and tangible.

To address this need, ‘Prioritise People: The next step’ will launch on 25 June. Drawing on research from the McKinsey Health Institute, BITC has developed a ‘How to’ guide offering practical, science-based measures for organisations to assess and enhance their health and wellbeing initiatives. This guide is divided into two ‘How to’ sections, designed to help organisations evaluate their current state and define their future goals.

About the event

Join us for the launch webinar of ‘Prioritise People: The next step,’ where we will explore the practical measures and strategies outlined in our latest report. Key topics will include:

  • How to measure employee health and wellbeing
  • Selecting the right KPIs for effective measurement
  • Setting up a KPI dashboard
  • Guiding principles for implementation
  • Developing initiatives to improve employee health and wellbeing

Our expert speakers will provide insights on differentiating between outcomes and underlying drivers, and how to create sustainable change through continuous tracking and iteration. There will also be opportunities for interactive engagement with the audience, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of how to apply these strategies within your own organisation.

Don’t miss this chance to learn how to make tangible improvements in your organisation’s health and wellbeing initiatives. Join us to gain practical advice and actionable steps to unlock the full potential of your workforce.

Booking and contact details and further information

  • Contact Annette Ettarh, Events Manager, BITC for any further questions.
  • Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

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Audience

Open to BITC members and non-members