Workplace Wellbeing, Mental Health & Resilience Podcast (Ep 4) - The Business Case for Wellbeing: The Top 7 Reasons to Have a Wellness ProgrammePosted in : Latest Podcasts on 21 July 2021
Episode 4 - The Business Case for Wellbeing: The Top 7 Reasons to Have a Wellness Programme
In the fourth episode of our podcasts in this series, ‘The Business Case for Wellbeing: The Top 7 Reasons to Have a Wellness Programme’, Emer Hinphey, Managing Partner, Think People, analyses data linking productive workplaces with positive mental wellbeing and asks the obvious question - why aren't more of us running wellness programmes?
Emer Hinpheyis an experienced HR and talent development professional. In her role as Partner in Think People Consulting, Emer has worked with a range of local and global companies across industry sectors, developing strategy, managing complex HR projects and delivering successful leadership development. Prior to setting up Think People Consulting, Emer worked as HR Manager for AIB International Financial Services and as Head of HR for a Telecommunications company.
About this Podcast
This podcast series focuses on several key sessions recently delivered at Legal Island’s online Workplace Wellbeing, Mental Health and Resilience event in association with KinchLyons, which took place on 20th May 2021.
These podcasts will help you make sense of new ways of working and help you improve the levels of wellbeing, mental health and resilience within your organisation.
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