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Barnett Waddingham
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The future face of health and happiness

The workplace is dynamic and evolving - but wellbeing remains integral to the employee experience, organisational success and sustainability.

At the Wellbeing 360, we’ll help employers to rethink and future-proof their approach to wellbeing to accommodate the ever-changing expectations and needs of the workforce. Join us for a morning full of discussion and debate.

Join us at the wellbeing 360

14 November

SCIENCE GALLERY - LONDON, SE1 9RT

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29 November

LAMBERT'S YARD - LEEDS, LS1 6LY

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What's on the Agenda?

A game of two halves: wellbeing at the FA

Chloe Arbuckle, health, safety and risk advisor, and Tara Holliss, payroll & benefits manger at the Football Association, kicks off with a practical case study demonstrating how the FA tackles wellbeing challenges in partnership with Barnett Waddingham.

A nudge in the right direction

Ineffective traditional top-down communication techniques are being replaced by new and more engaging communication methods. Dr Nicola Eccles, director of research at CP Active examines how employers can use visible environments, stimulus and nudges to encourage active lifestyles and health improvements. Through engaging activities, we'll help you understand what really instigates behaviour change.

The ageing workforce conundrum 

What are the potential issues and opportunities for employers as a result of having an ageing workforce? Chris Minett, co-founder of The Positive Ageing Company (TPAC), discusses how employers should prepare and support employees into retirement.

Positive male mind: overcoming mental health challenges

Talking about mental health is still a taboo for many men. Royal Mail Group’s global director of safety, health, wellbeing and sustainability, Dr Shaun Davis, shares insight, advice and practical tips on what can be done to support men to have a positive outlook on mental health.

"It was a great opportunity to consider - and better understand - the different elements of wellbeing”

2017 Delegate

About your hosts

Damian Stancombe
Partner and Head of Workplace Health and Wealth

Damian heads up the Workplace Health and Wealth team for Barnett Waddingham. He advises a range of UK corporate and trustee clients on their workplace health and wealth issues; from scheme design through to ongoing governance for defined contribution arrangements.

Essentially, anything that employers use to recruit, retain and improve their workforce and aligning it with their corporate culture.


Peter Meyler
Head of Workplace Consultancy

Peter uses HR strategy, analytics and insight skillsto help clients identify and maximise the drivers of organisational and employee value and well-being to create a great employment experience and long term sustainable business success.

Peter’s expertise has been built through working consultancy and client side in HR strategy, proposition and policy development, employee engagement and well-being, employee research, HR metrics, analysis, insight and reporting, strategic workforce and business planning and Diversity & Inclusion.

Peter’s clients are primarily senior strategic HR leaders across multiple sectors who are looking to maximise the experience, well-being, performance and value generated by their workforce.


Laura Matthews
Workplace Wellbeing Consultant

Laura oversees our award winning Wellbeing solution, BWell for Barnett Waddingham. She specialises in workplace wellbeing within all types of organisations, building bespoke and holistic wellbeing strategies to meet the needs of the client. 

Laura’s extensive experience, clear advice and proactive approach have helped her to become a trusted wellbeing consultant to a wide range of businesses.

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