Beyond the fluff: How to create a wellness strategy that impacts your bottom line
Many organisations offer one-off health checks, ad hoc chair massages, occasional yoga classes and so on. While the intentions are good, the organisation probably won’t see any real or lasting impact to their bottom line. During this presentation, Katrina will outline the need to think strategically about health and wellness in the workplace so that it can be integrated into the very DNA of an organisation. This will ensure the best possible:
- financial outcomes for the organisation’s bottom line
- wellness outcomes for employees
- program that will stand the test
This presentation is ideal for Human Resources, Occupational Health and Safety and/ or Wellness practitioners in the organisation who are in the process of planning or revamping their wellness strategy. It will outline the Top 10 factors for ensuring that your wellness strategy hits the mark.
Katrina Walton, Director/Workplace Wellness Strategist, Wellness Designs will deliver this unique half day workshop designed to get each participant strategically thinking about health and wellness in the workplace.
Spaces are limited so make sure you register early for this informative workshop.
|Date||Wednesday 15 November 2017|
|Time||9:00am – 12:30pm|
133 Mary Street
|Cost||NSCA Foundation members – $250 (inc. GST)
Non-Members – $300 (inc. GST)
Morning tea is included in all registrations
|RSVP by||Friday 10 November 2017|
Meet your facilitator
Katrina has built a reputation as a pioneer of workplace wellness in Australia.
She has over 20 years ‘on-the-ground’ experience in the development and implementation of multi award-winning wellness and human capital solutions for small to large organisations across the globe. This includes two-time winner and finalist of the AHRI Award for Best Health and Wellbeing Strategy (2012/2009 and 2011 respectively) and three-time winner of the Australian HR Award for Best Health and Wellbeing Strategy (2006/2007/2009)
As a thought leader in the field, in 2009, Katrina was engaged by the industry body, The Workplace Health Association of Australia (previously HAPIA) to develop the inaugural Best Practice Guidelines for Workplace Health.
Katrina is a sought-after speaker and trainer, having presented throughout Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom, including as an Adjunct Lecturer with the Centre for Environment and Population Health, Griffith University. In 2015 she launched the inaugural Wellness Wise™ Academy, designed to educate and empower senior leaders, practitioners and site-based champions in-house to foster a successful and sustainable workplace health and wellness strategy.
In her spare time, you'll find Katrina relaxing in a yoga pose, enjoying a nice glass of Barossa Shiraz or planning her next travel adventure with her family.
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