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The Science of Workplace Wellbeing
The word ‘wellbeing’ seems to be everywhere these days, from Buddah to Tony Robin’s history is paved with many popular practices. We have seen company health checks, exercise programs and fruit bowls popping up all over the show – but do we really have a good grasp on what drives wellbeing at its core?
Dr Lucy Hone dials us back to understanding the fundamental elements of Wellbeing, unpacking the science and its application to you and your business.
- What is wellbeing?
- Why is understanding it and promoting it important?
- How can academic research inform best-practice workplace wellbeing in organisations
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Thursday 2 March
11.00am - 12.30pm
Mainland Room, The Chamber
Having studied on Martin Seligman’s Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) programme at the University of Pennsylvania (the international home of wellbeing science), Lucy has recently completed her PhD through AUT University’s Human Potential Centre where her work focused on ways to effectively apply the findings of wellbeing research to promote mass market wellbeing in real world contexts.
Free to attend