Webinar: Trowers Tuesday – Being a responsible employer of the future
Following on from our successful summer of inclusivity, this Autumn we turned our focus to what makes a responsible employer.
Being a successful, responsible employer of the future is multi-faceted and requires organisations to be innovative and adaptable in the changing climate. We explored the pressing issues that employers need to address:
- Financial wellbeing
- Mental health and burn out
- How to have an effective wellbeing strategy
A responsible employer of the future will have to be proactive about the support that they provide. This responsibility extends beyond HR to all areas of the business which we explored at Trowers Tuesdays.
If you would like to rewatch the webinars in this series or were unable to attend, you can watch below.
This week's session was on financial wellbeing. Nicola Ihnatowicz and John Turnbull were joined by guest speaker Andrea Gordon, Group Director of People and Culture, Peabody.
Mental health and burn out
Nicola Ihnatowicz and Imogen Reseigh were delighted to be joined by Michael Matania, CEO of Tough Cookie. Tough Cookie are human resilience specialists with expertise in creating group, durational learning journeys. They design and deliver award-winning programmes on resilience & leadership, focusing on organisational-wide culture change. They work across industry, helping world leading organisations like Allen & Overy, Sky and The BBC confront burnout in the workplace.
How to have and manage an effective wellbeing strategy
For our final session on Wellbeing, we discussed how to have and manage an Effective Wellbeing Strategy.
Nicola Ihnatowicz was joined by colleagues from Trowers & Hamlins, Vanessa James, Jennifer Barnett and Stephanie Taylor.