Breakout sessions: Interactive sessions

27 Nov 2018
14:30-15:30
ICC Belfast
Tony Vickers-Byrne
Chief Advisor, HR Practice, CIPD
Lesley Babb
Head of Pay, Reward and Diversity, Intellectual Property Office
Conor Curran
Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Queen's University Belfast
John Conaghan
Group Director of Professional Development, Inspire Wellbeing
Dr Richard A. MacKinnon
Managing Director, WorkLifePsych

Breakout sessions: Interactive sessions

The interactive afternoon breakout sessions will give you the options to choose between workshops and a panel discussion. You will be able to explore the practicalities of creating a healthier workplace, how to implement virtual and flexible working or discuss how to further inclusion in your workplace.

A2 – Workshop: Boost your productivity – A holistic well-being strategy

You will explore:

  • assessing your workforce’s well-being needs
  • designing a holistic well-being programme tailored to your organisation
  • measuring your well-being strategy’s success

John Conaghan, Group Director of Professional Development, Inspire Well-being

B2 – Panel discussion: How to further inclusion in your organisation

You will explore:

  • best practice for building a diverse workforce  
  • strategies to facilitate an inclusive working environment
  • understanding the importance of staff diversity networks to develop inclusive workplaces

Conor Curran, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Queen’s University Belfast
Lesley Babb, Head of Pay, Reward and Diversity, Intellectual Property Office
Tony Vickers-Byrne, Chief Advisor for HR Practice, CIPD

C2 – Workshop: Enabling virtual and flexible working in your organisation

You will explore:

  • a road-map to implement effectively implement flexible and remote working or enhance your existing practices
  • considering stakeholder perspectives, organisational culture and managerial confidence to successfully lead remote teams
  • tackling the challenges and pitfalls of remote working to maintain employees’ well-being and productivity

Dr. Richard A. MacKinnon, Managing Director, WorkLifePsych

This session is sponsored by: