This season we’re tackling the subject of well-being, dispelling the rumours and getting advice from people who’ve done the research, been through the worst of it and seen real success from the strategies they’ve implemented.
17th April @ 10am
We’ve decided to put lengthy presentations and monotone speakers behind us. This agenda has been put together with ‘short and sweet’ in mind. Our speakers have been handpicked to keep you engaged, allowing you to take in as much information as possible. There will be breakfast refreshments, a chance to chat, presentations and a Q&A panel.
The speakers are the most important element in any event, and this is no exception.
Fran is an experienced organisational development consultant with over 17 years in the industry and a track record of changing the mind-set, energy and confidence levels of leaders, to improve overall business performance.
Specialising in leadership development, coaching and change management she also works on a one to one basis as a psychotherapist and coach, with people from all walks of life.
Fran has a BA in Social Studies, a PGDip in Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy and is at the completion stage of an MSc in Organisational and Business Psychology. She is an accredited coach, a DISC practitioner and action learning facilitator.
Fran’s client experience includes GSK, Burtons Foods, the NHS, Daisy Plc, the Lake District National Park and a number of other smaller regional businesses.
Jenny Ingram has been working in the field of forensic psychology for 18 years and has 9 years post qualifying experience. She currently works as an independent practitioner and is Director of JMI Psychological Services LTD.
Jenny’s work involves facilitating psychologically informed training courses, in addition to completing expert witness reports for court.
Prior to this, Jenny was based in a secure psychiatric hospital where she worked with patients presenting with a range of complex mental health needs. Between 2000 to 2010, Jenny was employed by HM Prison Service.
Franky will be joining our Q&A panel and brings a different perspective to this event. As co-founder of Jolie Studio, her works focuses on the impact our environment has on our well-being, and looks at everything from colours and smells to textures and temperatures. Her ideas stem from her own personal experience of hospitals and rehabilitation centres and have now developed into a powerful interior design concept, particularly around offices and corporate space.
Franky has a background in technical architecture, and spent 4 years at the forefront of the design function for Bruntwood, so she is well-equipped to add another dimension to our exploration of well-being in the workplace.
At Frazer John, we’ve worked with thousands of professionals in the HR sector, as well as CEOs and Senior Management across all industries, and we’ve seen first-hand the struggles they face. And let us tell you, there’s not a single business or industry that doesn’t need to work on their employees’ well-being.
A recent article by thehrdirector.com looks at the impact of UK employers neglecting mental health of stressed out workers. According to a new study by ADP, 31% of UK workers feel that their employer has little or no interest in their mental health.
“Stress and mental health issues are one of the main causes of employee absence and staff turnover, which means supporting employees isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s also a worthwhile investment. Initiatives should deal with both the causes of stress and mental health issues, but they should also look to improve diversity programmes as a way to support employees. If organisations aren’t catering to diversity, employees’ mental well-being can be impacted if they face particular issues they don’t feel they can raise. Employers should be highly mindful of diversity’s impact and work to create a supportive management culture and a healthy working environment…”
It is this knowledge and concern from within the sector that highlights just how important employee well-being is. And the first step to solving any problem is education, and this event provides just that.
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