Part 6: Developing and implementing a wellbeing agenda in the workplace with Khalil Rener

13 July 2021

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About our speaker and Rener Wellbeing:

Khalil’s mission is to help organisations support their employees to sustainably improve their wellbeing. Rener Wellbeing has implemented a number of wellbeing strategies for organisations worldwide using a holistic four-pronged approach to wellbeing, focusing on: mental health, physical activity, sleep and nutrition.

As we continue to work towards a return to ‘normality’ in the workplace after a particularly tough 15 months, the wellbeing of employees is becoming increasingly important. In fact, evidence suggests that by developing and implementing a bespoke wellbeing strategy, employees will improve in productivity, as well as overall health and happiness (Deloitte, 2017).

The changes to our work/life balance because of the pandemic, and the changes in the work day that people have quickly become used to, make it all the more important for employers to provide support and guidance to employee’s mental health, physical activity, sleep and nutrition – ensuring they return to the office confidently.

In our latest Wellbeing Webinar, Birchwood Park is delighted to welcome back Consultant and Founder of Rener Wellbeing, Khalil Rener. Khalil will be the host of the sixth instalment in our webinar series, tailored specifically to decision-makers, to help them get the most out of their employees following the pandemic while supporting their needs.

This one-hour workshop will take place on Tuesday 13th July at 1pm. Those in attendance will leave the session with the necessary building blocks to develop a wellbeing strategy for their business and the skills to train and support wellbeing champions around them.

Almost 99% of the surveyed workshop attendees said they would recommend the session to others – we would love for you to join us.

To develop and implement a wellbeing agenda in the workplace, sign up via the link below:

Places are limited so booking is essential.

Further information on our future webinars will be announced in the coming weeks across our website and social media channels.

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