Wellbeing Latest9 videos
Malene Rydahl - Happy Employees
Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world. Malene Rydahl reveals three reasons for their high wellbeing scores and how workplaces can become six times more productive and eleven times more innovative.
Jonny Wilkinson - Tackling Success
Jonny’s pursuit of perfection is what made him one of the greatest rugby players of all time. This success is only part of Jonny’s story. At this event, we hear unique insights on the pressure of expectation, stress and the impact on his wellbeing.
Cary Cooper - Workplace Wellbeing
Cary Cooper is leading the movement to improve workplace wellness and it's no longer a 'nice-to-have' but a must-have. Find out why the health and wellbeing of your people is fundamental to the success of your organisation.
Julia Hobsbawm - Modern Networking
Julia Hobsbawm reveals how the way we network and manage our connections has a big impact on our wellbeing. There is a healthy way to network and Julia reveals how to boost our social health by taking back control of our knowledge, networks and time.
Alan Watkins - Brilliant Leadership
Dr Alan Watkins tells the London Business Forum how we can regain control of our biology in order to perform better under pressure. His tips are great for leaders at all levels.
Tim Threipland - 7 Habits
Tim Threipland explains how we can use Stephen Covey's 7 Habits and why they are still relevant today. They are, he explains, a framework on how to navigate our way through life.
Richard Wiseman - Corporate Wellness
Two thirds of the UK are sleep deprived, which makes for less productive work places. Richard Wiseman reveals why companies need to wake up and help their people sleep better.
Happiness Works - Vanessa King and Mark Williamson
Mark Williamson and Vanessa King explore why being happy makes you more successful. They reveal the ingredients that are vital for happiness in the workplace.
Dorian Dugmore - Corporate Wellness
Looking after people's wellness in the workplace is vital to success. Dr Dorian Dugmore suggests that leaders should be just as interested in their wellness numbers as they are in other markers of business performance.