New Leaders’ Club report: How to prioritise effort & investment for an inclusive approach to wellbeing

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The report of key insights and takeaways from the third Make A Difference Leaders’ Club meeting has just been published.

It’s a useful summary for anyone who’s interested in how to prioritise effort and investment for an inclusive approach to wellbeing. Including insights into:

  • Why and how to shift from feedback-led to data-led decision making and prioritisation
  • Approaches to identifying and meeting the needs of hard-to-reach groups
  • Ways in which collaborative working can lead to inclusive wellbeing

The report also includes a page of useful links to additional resources from www.makeadifference.media.

You can download the Leaders’ Club #3 report here:

In case you missed them, you can also download the Leaders’ Club #1 and #2 reports here.

Advancing best practice in workplace wellbeing

The Make A Difference Leaders’ Club was set up by Make A Difference Media to advance best practice in workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing.

The Club does this by gathering members together, several times across the year, to share ideas and network in a closed-door, sales-free environment.

They are able to hold these meetings thanks to the support of sponsors Headspace and Qured.

The Club is only for senior decision makers from employers (ie. suppliers of workplace wellbeing products and services cannot join).

It is currently free to join as long as you meet the required membership criteria. These can be found on the Leaders’ Club website. A limited number of new applications to join the Leaders Club are currently being accepted.

If you have any feedback or further thoughts to share on this topic, or any burning issues that you’d like us to address in future, I’d love to hear from you. You can email me at [email protected].

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