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Human Resources

HR Forum - An Introduction to Wellbeing-Driven Productivity

Course details

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1 hour (12:30-13:30)

Course Overview

To do well, you need to be well. We instinctively know this, but putting wellbeing first is difficult. This session introduces the concept of wellbeing-driven productivity, a practical framework for prioritising wellbeing and getting things done.

Course Content

  • The concept of wellbeing-driven productivity.
  • The role of mindset, multi-scale planning and the minimal viable productivity toolkit.

Next Steps

If you would like to book a place on this course please click on the ‘Book Course’ button to the right of this page and login or register for a user account to complete your booking(s). Any queries please do not hesitate to contact us via [email protected] or call us on 01481 244570. If no date is scheduled for this course at the present time please click on the ‘Register Interest’ button and login or register for a user account so that we can add you to our course interest register. This register allows us to contact our tutors and finalise dates for a course as soon as we have a few people who have expressed their interest, so the more delegates who register their interest, the sooner we can schedule a particular course

Course Tutor

  • Martine Ellis

    Martine Ellis has over 15 years of experience in the further education and training sector, specialising in professional learning and development. She is highly qualified and respected as a Chartered Teacher with Advanced Teacher Status and a Fellow of The Society for Education and Training.
    In addition to her expertise in education, Martine has made her mark as a prolific writer and speaker, focusing on the intersection between productivity and wellbeing and, more recently, neurodiversity. She has been invited to present at numerous national and international events and conferences, and her written content regularly features in various online and print publications.

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