Employees first and foremost are people, and people bring their lives to work each day. In recent research, it was found that almost half of employees feel their line manager is not concerned about their well-being.
Positive employee engagement has become the key differentiator for creating a high-performing workplace environment and it is critical that managers, who are at the front line, provide a supporting and nurturing space and rise to any challenge. But it is tough being a manager! Performance targets are demanding, resources are scarce and time is precious. Most managers want to do the right thing for employee well-being but may feel uncertain about how to do this.
This Breakfast Forum will take the form of a practical workshop, exploring what managers can realistically do to address issues in a positive and supportive way whilst continuing to meet the performance needs of the business. You’ll be given access to contemporary research information on how to deal with well-being issues such as: financial concerns, relationship breakdowns, mental and physical health and workplace issues.
We hope that this thought-provoking session will raise awareness that managers represent a vital lever for creating a workforce that is both engaged and well.
With over 30 years in management, most of which at Board level, Jayne has worked in both the private and public sector earning her reputation as a market pioneer and innovator. Now, a widely respected coach and mentor in the health and wellbeing industry, Jayne is passionate about empowering people to take care of their mental and physical wellbeing, and believes that everyone has the ability to embrace change and achieve their potential.