Why focus on organisational change?
Did you know that 70% of changes fail to meet their intended goals? And that change designed and delivered poorly is one of the main contributing factors to psychological harm in the workplace?
For years, companies have been mostly putting resources into secondary interventions and wellbeing promotion when it comes to the mental health of their employees. Think employee assistance programs, mental health first aid, and wellbeing speakers.
While these are useful initiatives, they’re not necessarily the most effective use of company resources to combat root causes of mental distress. To truly make the greatest difference, companies need to instead focus more heavily on primary prevention and good work design.
The challenge here is that many leaders and HR/HSE practitioners are still unsure of how to actually go about designing work in a way that not only prevents psychosocial harm, but actually improves people’s wellbeing.
To bridge that gap, this workshop will shine a spotlight on one of the main psychosocial risks, poor organisational change, as well as provide an alternative approach to tackling change that's proven to have a positive impact on people and performance.
What will this interactive and practical workshop explore?
- Why the common "change management" approach often fails
- Myth-busting long-held beliefs about change
- The link between change design and psychosocial risk
- What "co-design" means and how to apply it
- Practical real-world examples of changes that had a positive impact
If you're committed to challenging the status quo and having a real tangible and meaningful impact on people’s lives, then this webinar is for you.
Move over fruit bowls - the time for redesigning work and preventing harm is here.
Who will benefit from this webinar?
CEOs, Heads of HR, Chief People Officers, Heads of Wellbeing and Safety, HR Managers, Health and Safety Managers, Health, Safety and Wellbeing professionals and People Leaders.