Creating Value Through Workplace Wellbeing

Is employee wellbeing really a top business priority? It should be.

If your business values employee wellbeing, performance will follow. Employee wellbeing and happiness in the workplace has also been shown to improve productivity and overall business performance, including future profits. You will attract the best talent, as the sustainability of your organisation becomes an increasingly important market advantage.

Over two consecutive days, you will learn about the behavioural science of wellbeing within modern organisations and how you can use an evidence-based approach to create a more productive and successful workplace. You will apply these scientific insights to critically analyse and design your ideal workplace.

Your experience will be enhanced with expert insights from guest speakers and industry professionals. They will share their experiences and practical insights about enhancing employee wellbeing at a strategic level, across a wide range of real-world industries and business organisations.

How will this course benefit me?

  • Learn how to measure and evaluate employee feelings
  • Understand the key drivers of wellbeing and job satisfaction
  • Use behavioural science insights to create a happier and more productive workplace
  • Know what policies work when it comes to improving wellbeing
  • Gain skills to evaluate scientific evidence on human wellbeing
  • Utilise behavioural science tools and techniques to design consumer products 
  • Recognise the importance of analysing data and running experiments within organisations.
  • Start Date 1 February 2023 (Warwick), 15 March 2023 (London)
  • Duration 2 days
  • Location Warwick Campus or London - The Shard
  • Format Part-time
  • Fees £2,600 *

* See fees and funding for fees breakdown.

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