Creating a Culture of Wellbeing in Your Workplace

23rd May 2019

-Creating a Culture of Wellbeing in Your Workplace is a practical seminar for Business Leaders who want to establish a culture of healthy wellbeing in their place of work.

The seminar takes place 24 June 9am to 12.30pm at the Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield Space to Breathe have experience of influencing and enabling positive cultures in a variety of different settings from workplaces to communities to festivals and to the creative arts. This innovative and practical seminar which will: Detail foundations of good practice. Present contemporary thinking on working cultures and effective teams. Provide practical actions you can take to enable healthy places to work. Provide you with practical resources to use in your workplace. Each seminar place also includes a free 1 hour consultation with one of the Space to Breathe team at a time convenient to you. This seminar is perfect if you're beginning to work out issues of wellbeing in your workplace or if you're focused on individual solutions and now want to develop wellbeing programmes which change the collective shape of your teams. Each seminar place is £200/person.  Tickets and further details are available from our website. Places are limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

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