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"Helping organizations to attract & retain talent &create happier and healthy workplaces"
An Insightful Knowledge Sharing Day to further our understanding in the dynamics of the workplace well being. Leading experts will provide the latest practical insight in supporting organizations to develop high quality well being strategies & Competencies which enhance productivity, improve employee satisfaction and support long term retention.
- Creating Happier Workplace
- Healthy Working Environment
Timings9:00 AM - 4:00 PM General Hours
Entry FeesPaid Ticket Starts from 1150 USD View Details
|100 - 500 |
Category & TypeConference
Education & Training
Editions17 Mar 2020 1st Edition
Next edition likely in Mar 2021
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Schedule & Agenda
|Tue, 17 Mar 08:00 AM - 09:00 AM|| Registration|
|Tue, 17 Mar 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM|| Session|
Commercial Wellbeing: The bigger picture for happiness in the workplace
CommercialWellbeing: The bigger picture for happiness in the workplace
The attention on workplace happiness has grown in recentyears, especially in the GCC region. But, what does it mean to be"happy" at work? Is it just about more pizza parties, or is itsomething bigger, more meaningful, and which has the ability to transformpeople's lives? Dr. Louise Lambert, a regional positive psychology researcherand practitioner, argues the answer to that question is yes. In this talk, sheexplores the "Commercial Wellbeing" model recently put forward andfrom which it is possible to boost employee, customer, and community wellbeing.She uses case studies to bring theory alive and offers several small, practicalactivities for participants to do and experience. Dr. Louise advocates for thesimple over the complex, the small over the big, and the need to take a morepurposeful approach to work as it is more than a paycheck. Work is where peoplego to be great every day; it is also a vehicle through which organizations canmake a positive contribution to the world.
Dr. Louise Lambert, PhD., is a Registered Psychologist(#2659, College of Alberta Psychologists, Canada) with 20 years’ experience incounselling centres, mental health, not-for-profit organizations, highereducation and research, and primary healthcare organizations. She has lived inthe United Arab Emirates for 10 years and is a positive psychology researcherand consultant, as well as clinical supervisor with the College of AlbertaPsychologists, Canada. Regionally, she has developed a number of evidence-basedpositive psychology intervention programs, which were empirically validated inacademic journals and which continue to be used in the UAE, Kuwait, and SaudiArabia (Lambert, Budhraja, Mullan, & Gupta, 2018; Lambert, Passmore, &Joshanloo, 2019; Lambert, Passmore, Scull, Al Sabah, & Hussain, 2019). Sherecently published the Middle East’s first positive psychology textbook(Springer, 2019) and is also the founder and Editor of the Middle East Journalof Positive Psychology, a journal dedicated to uncovering human excellence inthe Middle East region.
|Tue, 17 Mar 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM|| Break|
|Tue, 17 Mar 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM|| Session|
Being a Chief Energy Officer
Being a Chief Energy Officer
Humanperformance is ultimately a function of human energy, reflected in our ‘stateof heart’. When our hearts are in more open states, we naturally think,decide, collaborate, learn and adapt more effectively. Human energy goes straight to the bottom line.
As a “Chief Energy Officer” ourguiding question becomes: “How else could I nurture human energy, transformnegative energy, and then direct that human energy towards a shared purpose?”In Boris’ experience this question is at the very heart of leadership. And itis less a question to find a definite answer to, yet rather one to be guidedby – every day, one conversation at a time. It is a stance. And itinspired his book: “Chief Energy Officer – Universal Principles to nurture aSpirit of Performance”.
Experiencingthis interactive session, will allow you to reconnect with some of thoseuniversal principles that can help us be at our best more often and lead moreconsciously with a “Chief Energy Officer” mindset – at work, at home or in ourcommunity. The session is an opportunity to reflect on some elements of humanenergy that represent the starting point for senior teams embarking on ajourney of transformation.
BioBoris Diekmann has over fifteen years ofexperience in culture shaping, leadership development and personaltransformation. He has been a Vice President with Senn Delaney, a cultureshaping pioneer, and served as “Head of Culture” at Majid Al Futtaim in Dubai. Asa consultant, facilitator and coach, he has supported senior leaders to nurturemore thriving team-cultures e.g. at eBay, Rolls Royce, NATO, Nomad Foods, Hertz,l’Occitane en Provence, Novartis and British Telecom. He also co-devised andpiloted the first ever Executive Development Programmed in NATO and wasresponsible for the Leadership Development activities at a global division atSiemens.
|Tue, 17 Mar 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM|| Lunch|
|Tue, 17 Mar 01:30 PM - 03:00 PM|| Session|
A Platform for People: How enabling people to thrive catalyzes organizational success
A Platform for People:
How enabling people to thrive catalyzes organizational success
· The modern differentiator: Creativity, Innovation and whycollaboration is at the heart of it.
· Statistics linking wellbeing, productivity, output and profit
· People First: How major organizations are catalyzing successthrough people (Major case studies)
· The benefits of designing a platform for people (with examples):
· Physical Wellbeing
· Mental Wellbeing
· Translating that to organizational design: where anyorganization should start
· Right People, Right Places, Right Actions: Focusing on theframeworks of success.
· Using some of the key themes of The Human Workplace tocreate your own framework
· The Common Sense Company: How I took these models to build aninternational company from zero to fast growth in under 12 months.
· Global Strategy, Local Implementation: Empowering your people
· Kit of Parts: The people who know most what they need to do agreat job are the people doing the job. How to create policies and process tosupport that.
· Keeping the Organization Safe: Freedom… within parameters
· 10 simple actions your organization can take now to build aplatform for success.
As Founder of “My Amazing Team”, Andy Swann works around theworld on unique, innovative and impactful projects for some of the planet’slargest organizations and biggest brands. Known as an expert on the connectionbetween people, organizations and action, Andy’s book The Human Workplacehas been described as essential reading for all leaders. Its core message ofpeople-first organizational success has gained attention across the media.
A regular media contributor, Andy is often interviewed ontelevision, radio and podcasts, sharing his views with an outspoken, energeticand relaxed style. He has been featured on the BBC, NBC, ABC, Fox and manyothers. In April 2019 he is launching the LifeWork podcast.
Andy splits his time between Atlanta, GA and the UK and isalways working on new projects. When not playing with ideas, he is dedicated tohis four children and occasionally finds the time to play drums as loudly aspossible.
|Tue, 17 Mar 03:00 PM - 03:15 PM|| Break|
|Tue, 17 Mar 03:15 PM - 04:00 PM|| Session|
Visitor Ticket Price
|1150 USD||Delegates 100|
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Al Shuhada Street Box 26302, Kuwait City 13124, Kuwait
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