Why? and How? The business case for changing workplace culture and managing stress effectively

& brief AGM

Why? and How? The business case for changing workplace culture and managing stress effectively
  • Thu 19 Apr 2018 1:30 PM -
    Thu 19 Apr 2018 3:45 PM

  • The Netherwood Hotel,
    Windermere Road,
    Grange-over-Sands,
    Cumbria,
    United Kingdom

    LA11 6ET

  • Branch meeting

    South Cumbria and North Lancashire Branch

  • This event is free to attend

Overview

Please note, the details of our April meeting have been updated and may differ from information you have seen in Connect Diary.

Speaker: Emily Pearson, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, The Centre for Wellbeing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Emily believes that there is a strong business case for managing workplace stress effectively. Her work takes her to a range of businesses where she provides practical advice to managers about practical ways of improving workplace culture and staff wellbeing. There are no ‘quick fixes’ but there are ways to ‘kick-start’ the process.

There will also be a short AGM to elect your Branch committee members for 2018/19.
Members are encouraged to take part in an interactive discussion with speakers during the meeting and to network with other members over tea or coffee and biscuits before and after the meeting.

What's in it for you?

This meeting provides an opportunity to gain experience for your CPD and IPD records and to network with IOSH and SCOHSG members from other work environments.

Who should attend

Any IOSH member is always welcome to attend our meetings.

What you need to know

Booking not required.

There is ample parking on site.

The hotel is a five minute walk from Grange-over-Sands railway station. The railway line connects with the west coast main line at Carnforth and Lancaster.

The 6X bus route between Kendal, Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness stops at Grange-over-Sands station.

For further information please contact: programme.sec-sc.mnwd@ioshnetworks.co.uk

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