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Webinar: Creating positive working environments

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A webinar entitled:  Creating positive working environments - understanding the relationship between work, health, and wellbeing

Watch various organisations from the Work well Live well programme talk about how they have successfully implemented a wellbeing programme.

Download the various presentations at the links below.

Thanks to Emma McCrudden from NICHS who runs the programme in the Belfast, Northern, South East and Southern Health and Social Care Trust areas - emccrudden@nichs.org.uk and Sabrina Moore from Developing Healthy Communities who does likewise for the Western Health and Social Care Trust area   - sabrina@dhcni.com

Downloads
  • why_should_organisations_take_wellbeing_seriously_-_nikki_monson
  • work_well_live_well_presentation_wood_interiors
  • the_remote_wellbeing_champion_-_andrew_odougherty
  • alchemy_wellbeing_webinar_john_harkin
  • staff_wellbeing_presentation_template_(aisling_conway)
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