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This half-day interactive workshop will run through the 6 stages to developing a wellbeing strategy and you will leave with a plan of development areas and practical actions to implement in your organisation.

We will review leading research and evidence into what makes an effective wellbeing strategy and bring in real-life examples and insights to make the content practical and relevant.

It is a collaborative workshop where we encourage you to share, learn and support one another as you will have plenty of valuable experience to bring to the group.

Whether you already have a wellbeing plan in place, or are unsure whether you need one, this workshop will help you to make simple, positive changes in your organisation to improve the wellbeing of your workforce.

Booking information

Dates & times 

This course starts at 9am and finishes at 12:00pm (UK time). Upcoming dates are: 

  • 26 January 2022
  • 11 April 2022 

System requirements

IIRSM uses GoToTraining to deliver online training courses. Find out more about system requirements here. Full information will also be sent with joining instructions. Please note, you will be required to activiate your microphone and camera during the course in order to participate in activities. 


IIRSM members - £110 + VAT

Non-members - £150 + VAT

Bookings are made online with a credit or debit card (see below). If you want to register and pay for a group booking please contact us on Please note, you may also request an invoice for group bookings.

If you are an IIRSM member, please log in prior to completing the form below to obtain the discounted member rate.


We offer discounts for five or more bookings from the same organisation. Delegates do not need to register for the same course dates. Please note, this discount cannot be used with any other promotional discounts we may be offering. For more information and to receive the discount, contact us on

Please ensure you read the Event Terms and Conditions prior to booking this training course.

Monday, 11 April, 2022 - 09:00 - 12:00
Including VAT
Including VAT

Event Date & Location

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course you will be able to: 

  • Identify what wellbeing means to your organisation and tie the strategy in with its vision and values 
  • Understand how to gain buy-in and engagement from all stakeholders 
  • Review current working practices, policies and processes and what is/ is not working well 
  • Learn and share with other businesses as to what is working, not working and ways to overcome potential barriers 
  • Identify what support needs to be part of your wellbeing strategy 
  • Put in place an action plan of development needed for each of the 6 stages discussed 
Who should attend

This course is suitable for anyone responsible for developing or involved in the development of a wellbeing strategy such as those working in HR and health & safety, wellbeing leads and business owners. 

Meet the trainer

Lisa Whittleton 

I’ve had an interest in how we think, feel and behave since long before completing my Masters in Occupational Psychology and this was shaped by personal experiences growing up with close family / friends affected by mental ill health. I’ve seen the results of not prioritising wellness having grown up in a world where it was not discussed openly.

I love helping managers and teams to create phenomenal places to work. I start by acknowledging that we are all human, with vulnerabilities sand no matter where our mental health is currently, we can all thrive at work. I know from experience that long term change does not come about through a sticky plaster or one-off interventions. To create a cultural shift, we need to work on longer term solutions.

Our training and consultancy support is therefore all about providing you with simple, evidence-based and practical tools that proactively mange wellness.

Working in this field is a constant reminder of how easy it is to slip into unhelpful habits in terms of looking after your mental wellbeing and achieving the right ‘work-life’ balance. I do have to work hard to practice what I preach, and don’t always get it right. This is what makes my faciliation real and relatable for you. 

IIRSM training experience

Welcoming - it is important to us that you feel relaxed to ensure you enjoy and get the most out of the learning experience.

Expertise - we have passionate trainers who keep up to date with the latest trends.

Engaging - trainers are assessed on quality of delivery and delegate interaction.

Practical - tools and ideas to immediately take back to the workplace.

Networking - great opportunity to meet and learn from delegates with different backgrounds and experiences.