Taking a whole person, whole systems approach to wellbeing at work

Based on Business in the Community’s Workwell Model (a strategic, proactive and integrated framework for embedding wellbeing into organisational culture), this workshop will examine the importance of taking a whole person, whole systems approach to employee wellbeing at work. The focus will be the two leading causes of health-related absenteeism, mental and musculoskeletal health, as well as sleep and recovery, physical activity, nutrition & weight management, financial wellbeing and the importance of line managers for embedding wellbeing into organisational culture.


  • Tony Wood, Partner & UK Managing Director, Mercer Marsh Benefits
  • Dr Justin Varney, National Lead for Adult Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England
  • Prof Anthony Woolf, Chair of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance
  • Louise Aston, Wellbeing Director, Business in the Community
  • Financial wellbeing – Brian Henderson, Financial Wellness Leader, Mercer Marsh
  • Sleep and recovery – Jonathan Hill, OH Team Leader, Anglian Water Group

Key outcomes of the workshop:

Delegates will –

  • Understand what it means to take a whole person, whole systems approach to wellbeing at work
  • Learn about the business and moral case, and the importance of positioning wellbeing as a strategic boardroom issue
  • Access insights from inspirational senior leaders and subject-matter experts
  • Receive an overview of Business in the Community’s suite of interconnecting toolkits to help inform the development of a strategy
  • Access examples of employer good practice


D&I Directors, CR Managers/ Heads and those with strategic influence over workplace wellbeing.

This event is free to Business in the Community members.

How to book

Attendence at this event is by invitation only.

If you would like to register your interest in attending please contact:

Danielle Wolman, Business in the Community Research and Policy Officer


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