Has workplace well-being moved up the agenda in your business since the pandemic and consequent lockdowns wreaked unprecedented havoc, at multiple levels, on teams? 

Many businesses have started taking meaningful action around workplace well-being. So much so, they’ve inspired Lucy Eden, Founder of Be In Your Element Events, to create and launch a dynamic range of workplace well-being offerings for events. Better still, these comforting courses can be tailored and delivered in live, virtual or hybrid event formats.

Lucy explained, “With over 42% of respondents to the CIPD Health and Wellbeing at Work Report 2021 ‘extremely concerned’ about the impact of the pandemic on employees’ mental health, organisations are reflecting on how they can support their teams more than ever.”

Lucy and her team are serving up a broad range of compelling and playful well-being offerings, such as – 

  • EFT (emotional freedom technique, more commonly known as ‘tapping’)
  • Human painting by numbers
  • Non-alcoholic cocktail sampling based on the four elements of nature – earth, water, fire and air
  • Rap yoga

Adding well-being elements to your events supports your broader workplace well-being strategy. And it supercharges your employer branding too. So, there might just be something in it if you’re planning people-centric events to get team members on board with a new initiative, or for recruitment. 

Making well-being activities available also acknowledges that post-pandemic events are different playing fields for different people. Every delegate, exhibitor, speaker, supplier or any other stakeholder is at a different level of confidence about their own personal boundaries in relation to events. Incorporating well-being components that are fun and quirky reflects your commitment to providing an awe-inspiring experience for every person at every touchpoint.  

Have you or would you consider incorporating workplace well-being into your events? Read on for a closer look at why it’s worth thinking about.

Source : Prestige Events Magazine