The Art of Behaviour Change
Creating wellbeing programs that attract those employees that are already motivated by health improvement is easy.
But are the employees that would benefit the most from a wellbeing program participating in yours? Join us to find what we have learnt about tailoring programs to engage the un-engaged!
Creating this change has been a central challenge to many of our clients’ wellbeing and mental health initiatives. Central to a successful and inclusive wellbeing program is the question ‘how do we motivate those who are not motivated by ‘health improvement’ to positively improve their health and wellbeing?’
Better understanding the psychology of behaviour change, and learning how to engage this group, represents the greatest opportunity to influence organisational performance, safety and culture for our teams.
Come and learn:
- Why wellbeing programs do not typically engage those who would stand to benefit the most
- How to structure a behaviour change program that is tailored to meet the needs of your organisation and to maximise overall engagement
- Understand why wellbeing programs can be too focused on health and the affect that can have on your people and their willingness to participate.
Date: Wednesday 6th December 2017
Registrations Close: 6th November (places are limited)
Time: 8.00am - 9.30am
Location: Karstens - 123 Queen Street, Melbourne
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your place
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