The Kent Wellbeing Symposium, the first of its kind in Kent is shaping up to be an event not to be missed.
Experts in mental health, nutrition, exercise, leadership, motivation, staff rewards and supporting employees will come together under the Detling Showground roof on 3rd October.
Speakers, workshops and demonstrations will all be offered at the event, being put together by Ben McGannan, director of Kent-based Water Wellbeing.
The day will begin with an introduction from Dame Carol Black, the government's expert and advisor on health and wellbeing. She will be talking about the Workplace Wellbeing Charter, a voluntary scheme to help employers demonstrate their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their workforce and letting delegates know how to get involved and what it offers.
Employment has been well documented to have a positive impact on health and wellbeing and by keeping staff happy and motivated, staff turnover is reduced, sickness lowered and productivity boosted.
Everything you need to know about keeping employees motivated, spotting health problems, preventing deterioration and offering support in aspects of employees' lives away from work will be offered at the Symposium.
Mr McGannan hopes that every delegate will come away from the Symposium armed with simple yet hugely beneficial ideas to spot problems with their workforce, large or small, be able to work with employees to resolve them and prevent health problems which can affect their ability to work.
The Kent Wellbeing Symposium is being held on Wednesday 3 October at the Kent Event Centre, Kent County Showground, Detling, Maidstone, Kent.
For more information and updates on the event, log onto: www.kentwellbeingsymposium.co.uk
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