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February 2022

Business Leaders’ Council

An event series for businesses and employers highlighting issues around workplace wellbeing

Business Leaders’ Council

As a Centre, we shape the agenda for better research, practical tools and policy on wellbeing and work. We do this by developing evidence in the field, creating tools on how to measure wellbeing in the workplace and sharing expert knowledge by convening interested parties.

Our Business Leaders’ Council event series brings together stakeholders from the business sector with leading academics and policymakers to share insights and discuss practical applications of wellbeing evidence.

Join our Business Drumbeat mailing list to get event invites in your inbox.

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If you’re interested to support the Business Leaders’ Council more formally and shape the Centre’s work in this area, contact us directly about partnership and sponsorship opportunities.

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Find our Business Leaders’ Council webinars and blogs below.

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In this project

Webinar - April 2023
Finding and keeping work
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Webinar - February 2023
Which jobs make us happy?
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Webinar - May 2022
Productivity and wellbeing
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Webinar - February 2022
Building the case for a workplace wellbeing strategy
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Webinar - October 2021
What works for supporting employee mental health?
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Blog - September 2021
Putting health and wellbeing into the 'S' of ESG
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Webinar - June 2021
Why financial wellbeing matters at work
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Webinar - February 2021
Good work for wellbeing in the Coronavirus economy
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Webinar - December 2020
Why is employee wellbeing so important?
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Webinar - October 2020
How can we support the wellbeing of staff returning from furlough?
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