19 – 5 January 2022 Webinar

Overview

‘Workplace wellbeing: from blurred lines to new frontiers’ with Sodexo

‘We are in an empowered age around health… not merely the absence of disease... feeling healthy, thriving, having community.’

‘People want an employer that cares about their health. We need community to recover from the pandemic. Place creates community.’

‘One positive from the pandemic is that FM is on the agenda of every C-Suite…employee experience is a critical part of wellbeing.’

‘Organisations start at the wrong end of wellbeing.’

Find out what these comments have in common by joining us Wednesday 19 January when industry experts discuss some of the main ideas and themes emerging from the IWFM wellbeing podcast series with Sodexo which explored the emergence, importance and significance of workplace wellbeing.

We’ll reflect on their application to the profession as enablers of good work (and to us as individuals).

We’ll explore wellbeing’s evolution; the new frontiers and responsibilities as pandemic moves to endemic; the relationship of wellbeing, good work and culture; the rise and role of connectivity, data and experience.

Speakers

Simon Fuller

Regional Account Director, Sodexo

Simon Fuller has 27 years’ experience in the Facilities Management and Hospitality industry, joining Sodexo in 2006. Simon has held a number of operational leadership roles with the Corporate Services segment, managing client portfolios across national and international geographies. In his current role, Simon is responsible for providing integrated facilities management and workplace services to a large number of UK based corporate clients.

Oliver Henry

Co-Founder, WorkLifeWell
Coming soon.

Chris Moriarty

Workplace Commentator

Chris Moriarty is a former Director of Insight at the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management. Previously he was Managing Director at Leesman, the world’s leading assessor of workplace effectiveness, where he was responsible for the creative and strategic development of the Leesman brand in the UK and internationally.

Chris has extensive professional body experience as well as a track record in delivering industry wide thought leadership and policy campaigns on top of strategic marketing and sales experience. Prior to his first spell at IWFM as Head of Insight and Corporate affairs, where he worked to establish the Insitute as the voice of the sector, he was Head of Corporate Affairs at the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Jenny Thomas

Head of Marketing Communications, IWFM
Coming soon.