The health and financial wellbeing of employees is crucial to creating meaningful and productive employment – one that is valuable for both employees and employers.
We believe that happy, empowered employees flourish, as do the organisations they for work for. We call this concept 'Eudaimonia', which, roughly translated from ancient Greek, means 'human flourishing.'
This conference examines the workplace experience, from both an employee and employer view. Our speakers will take you through a range of topics to help you boost employee engagement and financial wellbeing.
Your key questions answered.
- What does employment experience in the UK currently look like for employers and employees?
- How can employees’ financial wellbeing be improved?
- What are the types of emotional relationships people have with money?
- What are the current trends in defined contribution pensions? How do these affect employees?
- How can employees be engaged and communicated with in a relevant, targeted and personalised way?
Our speakers include Liam McKelvie, founder and speaker (ZeroLimbits) and Olivia Stefanino, writer and speaker. They, together with our other speakers, will take you through a range of topics to help you boost employee wellbeing within your organisation.
Spaces are limited, so reserve your seat today to avoid missing out.
12.00 - 12.40 Registration and lunch
12.40 - 12.45 Introduction from the chairman
Paul Leandro, Partner, Barnett Waddingham
12.45 - 13.30 How to understand people faster - through the medium of money
Olivia Stefanino, writer and speaker
Our attitudes to money reveal our attitudes to everything else in life. During this interactive session you’ll be introduced to the powerful ‘Money Types’ emotional profiling system, a useful and effective tool for understanding both ourselves and other people at a surprisingly deep level. You’ll also quickly become conversant with a memorable ‘common language,’ which makes for better engagement and communication with employees, clients and customers.
13.30 - 14.00 DC hot topics and market overview
Nick Clynes, Associate and Client Relationship Manager, Barnett Waddingham
A look at current trends in defined contribution pensions and a review of the market. How do changes affect employees? What’s next for workplace savings? What are the opportunities that can make a positive difference to employees in the future? Nick brings his extensive experience to the conference, sharing his knowledge and insights to help HR and pensions professionals deal with the challenges ahead.
14.00 - 14.30 Cultivating the right mindest for financial wellbeing
Riaan van Wyk, Workplace Wellbeing Consultant, Barnett Waddingham
Explore what it takes to understand the importance of a healthy state of employee financial wellbeing and the role this plays in the future success and sustainability of a business. We will see why, in many instances, a shift in thinking is necessary, as well as a change in behaviour. We will look at how to apply the right mindset in practice by developing a strategy with measurable goals, in line with any existing people strategies, that will accurately address employee requirements. Finally, we will consider how employers, in turn, can cultivate a positive financial wellbeing mindset amongst their people.
14.30 - 15.00 Refreshment break
15.00 - 15.45 Employment experience in the workplace in 2019
Peter Meyler, Associate and Head of Workplace Consultancy, Barnett Waddingham
Peter will share the results and analysis from recent surveys undertaken by Barnett Waddingham among UK employers, employees and the self-employed. He will provide his insight on what the employment experience currently looks and feels like across the UK and the challenges presented and opportunities available.
15.45 - 16.15 Engagement to a different beat
Damian Stancombe, Partner and Head of Workplace Health and Wealth Barnett Waddingham
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” So said George Bernard Shaw 100 years ago. With multi-platform and multi-media approaches to communications, why is this sadly still the case? Find out how you can make the right connection to your audience.
16.15 - 17.00 A story of hope and belief
Liam McKelvie, Founder and Speaker, ZeroLimbits
As a quad amputee motivational speaker, Liam believes everybody has unknown potential and he wants to inspire people to unlock theirs. He will describe how he embraces a minsdet of courage and resilience to overcome his own disability and live the fullest life possible and how he wants to inspire others to do the same by changing the way they think and the decisions and actions they take.
17.00 - Drinks reception