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19 March 2019

Wellbeing at work: why bother and what to do

Speaker: Professor Kevin Daniels

Category: LOCAL EVENT

There is overwhelming evidence that workplaces with good wellbeing provision perform better. However, business leaders are faced with an array of choices and services to improve wellbeing, although it is not always clear which are evidence-based and lead to sustainable improvements.

There is overwhelming evidence that workplaces with good wellbeing provision perform better. However, business leaders are faced with an array of choices and services to improve wellbeing, although it is not always clear which are evidence-based and lead to sustainable improvements.  Based on a three year programme of research, Professor Daniels’ talk will:

  • Outline the evidence linking wellbeing to performance and why there is a link.
  • Cover five areas of action that when combined add up to a comprehensive, evidenced-based workplace wellbeing programme.

Speaker Details:

Kevin Daniels is professor of organisational behaviour in the employment systems and institutions group at the University of East Anglia and is lead of the work, learning and wellbeing evidence programme for the Economic and Social Research Council funded What Works Centre for Wellbeing.

Booking Information

Date Location Price
19 March 2019 - 18:30 Room 2.04, Thomas Paine Study Centre, UEA, Chancellors Drive, Norwich NR4 7TJ Price: GBP 0.00

Wellbeing at work: why bother and what to do

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Date: Tuesday 19th March

Registration and refreshments: 6.30pm (tea, coffee and sandwiches)  
Start: 7pm
Finish: 8.30pm approx 

Location: Room 2.04, Thomas Paine Study Centre, UEA, Chancellors Drive, Norwich NR4 7TJ

How to find venue: Thomas Paine Study Centre (TPSC) (Building 52) located on Chancellors Drive almost opposite The Zuckerman Institute for Connective Environmental Research (ZICER) Building. It is also labelled as part of the Norwich Business School (NBS). Follow directions to the appropriate room number. 

Parking: Parking in the main visitor car park (£1 flat fee after 6pm) 

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