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A-Z of Better Wellbeing Workshop

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A text banner showing 'A Brilliant Civil Service...This workshop seeks to encourage staff and managers to focus on the well-being of themselves and/or their staff, with a fun and engaging introduction to the A – Z toolkit that has been developed by a cross-departmental team of civil servants. The team will explain the story behind the development of the toolkit and  then highlight specific aspects that can get you thinking about how you can make use of it in your own workplaces.

The toolkit has been recognised as a valuable resource and the team who devised it won in the Health and Wellbeing Category at the recent Civil Service Awards.

We will also be joined at the workshop by colleagues from Natural England who will talk about the work they have doing to benchmark best practice and policy against the Mind Wellbeing index

The session will provide an opportunity for table discussion for you to learn and share good practice and check how other organisations are measuring wellbeing.

When: Monday 29 April 2019

Where: Legal Aid Agency, 5 Wellington Place, Leeds. LS1 4AP

Time: 10:30 to 12:30

to register please click on this link which will take you to the eventbrite page



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  1. Comment by Mark Collinson posted on

    I'm the Lead for Health & Wellbeing at HMRC's Bristol Regional Centre. I'm unfortunately unable to attend but I would be interested in you sending me some of the material that is to be discussed, particularly about measuring wellbeing and the experiences and best practice of Natural England.

  2. Comment by Sonia Gill posted on

    Hi, we have been looking at wellbeing and developing strategies for helping staff etc in our team but like Mark I will not be able to attend but I am also interested in the materials and learning from Natural England so if they can be shared please may I have copies?

  3. Comment by Susan Kennedy posted on

    The link to eventbrite is not working.

  4. Comment by Sue Ibbotson posted on

    Hi the link doesn't seem to work to sign up to the event in Leeds on 29 April? I would be interested in attending.

  5. Comment by Sarah Urquhart posted on

    Hi, The link to the Eventbrite registration page does not appear to be working.

  6. Comment by Angela Davies posted on

    Are there any plans to repeat this workshop in the South, South Wales or Midlands area?

  7. Comment by A Kerr posted on

    I would like to attend this but I can't get the eventbrite link to work.

  8. Comment by Ian Pratt posted on

    Yes, Nottingham - 13th May.

  9. Comment by Jade Sumner posted on

    Is this event now full? The link does not allow you to book. I imagine its been very popular!

  10. Comment by James Woodfine posted on

    The eventbrite page is not available!

  11. Comment by Harriet Armstrong-Gambier posted on

    I would be very interested to attend this workshop if it was available in other locations, pref south wales.
    Many Thanks

  12. Comment by Penny Dutfield posted on

    My friend is a nurse and goes to large organisations/roadshows to give advice about general health, take blood pressure and makes assessments. Would you be interested if I asked her to get in touch, or is it too late? Many thanks

  13. Comment by Julie Hall posted on

    I'm the lead for Wellbeing in my HLB but I'm also unable to attend, so would be grateful for any information or material that's shared.