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Health and wellbeing is not a nice to have; it’s a core competitive advantage - Creating a wellbeing culture


Ensuring employees are happy and healthy is high up on the strategic agenda for many business owners, HR and OC Departments. Whilst their intentions are worthy, a large majority of businesses only offer ad hoc “wellbeing programmes” positioned around national awareness days. Insightful leaders realise there is a real competitive advantage in developing fully coherent ongoing strategically integrated programmes. The potential returns on investment are enormous once people are fit and motivated to high performance. However, for some there remains a degree of cynicism and a misunderstanding around wellbeing, and for others the idea of tackling this large “fuzzy” subjective area can be overwhelming.

However, there is no escaping the fact that people are fuzzy, and volatile and often unpredictable and after all it’s people who deliver high performance, not systems. Leaders need to nurture cultures that allow people to bring their best to work every day, no matter what the world throws at them.

Developing a wellbeing programme that is integrated into the organisation’s general strategy is helpful in ensuring overall effectiveness and real-world results. Offering individuals within the business a healthy environment and the autonomy to support wellbeing is key. By the end of this session, you’ll have developed an understanding of what wellbeing really is all about and how to prioritise healthy people in their workplace. You’ll also develop an appreciation of the framework required to develop a robust wellbeing plan and how to monitor its progress. Finally, and crucially you will see how the wellbeing of the people in your organisation is your main core competitive advantage.

Our speaker _ Leigh McKay

It is Leigh’s belief that the success of any business is dependent on everyone working effectively whilst feeling at their best. Research shows that people with high levels of wellbeing are more resilient on a mental, physical and emotional level – so making healthy choices in our attitudes and actions leads to overall improved performance for individuals and ultimately your business.

Wellbeing means something different to everyone and that’s why for Work Wise Wellness, offering your staff holistic, multi-dimensional choices is important. We take time to first assess your needs before creating a bespoke program which is measured objectively throughout implementation.

Leigh's high quality and scalable initiatives are delivered by highly respected experts who help: Your team consistently reach their best personal potential, making them feeling valued, motivated and engaged. Your business's profitability, dynamics and talent retention. Empower people emotionally whilst living our values through our work.

Who should attend?

The Adaptive Intelligence Group brings this webinar to people in leading or senior management positions in organisations, who want access to cutting-edge approaches for creating high performance inclusive culture that naturally drive outstanding real-world outcomes.

If you are a business owner, HR person or manage people and want to learn more about Wellbeing at work. Even if you have an existing wellbeing programme – some fresh insights shared.

The take homes

Attendees will come away with a clearer understanding of

- Why prioritising wellbeing at work is essential

- The pitfalls to look out for when piecing together a programme

- A framework to support a wellbeing culture

Your contribution?

If you have a question you would like to ask Leigh McKay on this topic, please send it to She will also take questions after her talk.

Please note: This session will be recorded and made available publicly.


Attending the webinar

You will receive details of how to sign in to the webinar via an e-mail from Dr Gary Coulton at AdaptiveIG.

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