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How to meet increasing demand for personalised, inclusive workplace wellbeing support
The factors that influence our wellbeing are multi-faceted and ever-changing. Everyone responds to life events in different ways. One team member might consistently clock eight hours' sleep a night, while another sometimes struggles to get two. One might be battling with the realities of first-time parenting, while another is balancing the demands of work with the needs of an elderly relative.

In our potentially complex hybrid world of work, increasingly employers are recognising that a broad-brush approach with workplace wellbeing doesn't deliver real value. A personalised, inclusive approach is more important than ever - one which meets the individual needs of colleagues - particularly when it comes to engaging the hardest to reach. But how realistic is this?

If you're keen to ensure the wellbeing support you're offering is as personalised and inclusive as possible, but are struggling to find the best approach, join us for this interactive webinar to learn:

> Approaches to understanding and providing the wellbeing support that colleagues need at different life stages
> How to ensure wellbeing is at the heart of the evolving employee experience
> Where wider family support fits into the equation

Featuring insights from experts including:

> Vicky Walker, Group Director of People, Westfield Health
> Ruth Pott, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, BAM Nuttall
> Fiona McAslan, Head of Health and Wellbeing, Royal Mail

The content is designed for:

• C-Suite, Wellbeing, HR and Benefits & Rewards Leaders
• Talent, Engagement, Employee Experience and Communication Leaders
• Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders
• Wellbeing Champions.

In other words, anyone who is responsible for providing both proactive and reactive wellbeing support to colleagues.

Feb 22, 2023 10:00 AM in London

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Speakers

Vicky Walker
Group Director of People @Westfield Health
With over 20 years’ experience in client-centric HR environments, Vicky is a solution-oriented leader who has a natural ability to build relationships among a diverse range of people at all levels. Her priority is to look after Westfield Health's people so they can deliver the best possible service. She's responsible for delivering the strategic vision, creating a people focused plan, making Westfield Health a top 100 employer and achieving the Investors in People Gold standard.
Ruth Pott
Head of Workplace Wellbeing @BAM Nuttall
Ruth has worked in senior HR roles for more than twenty-five years predominantly in road haulage, trade association and civil engineering. Ruth joined BAM Nuttall as HR Director in 2011. She has worked as Global Director for Mental Health and Well Being for the Royal BAM Group and is currently Head of Workplace Wellbeing for BAM UK & IRL. Ruth has a keen professional and personal interest in all matters mental health, particularly men’s health and child and adolescent mental health. Ruth was awarded her Masters in Workplace Health and Wellbeing in 2021. Also in 2021, she was awarded “Most Inspiring Mental Health Leader” by This Can Happen. She also has a master degree in Law and is a Fellow of the CIPD. In her spare time, Ruth enjoys personal fitness - cycling, spinning, high intensity interval training, pilates and equestrian sports along with live music, comedy and festivals, walking and exploring our beautiful English countryside.
Fiona McAslan
Head of Health and Wellbeing @Royal Mail
Fiona is the Head of Health and Wellbeing at Royal Mail. She is responsible for setting the long term wellbeing strategy for over 135,000 people, as well as the day to day delivery of the Group’s wellbeing plan. Fiona’s career includes 20 years of varied HR experience across a number of organisations covering most HR disciplines. Fiona’s passion lies in helping people bring the best of themselves to work by actively designing a personalised proactive wellbeing proposition and promoting a positive wellbeing culture.