Create your Organisation’s wellbeing strategy, policy and plan
In partnership with County Wexford Chamber Skillnet, I am delivering a 6-module programme called: Create a Wellbeing Strategy / Plan / Policy for your organisation starting on September 26th, 2023.
This is the second round of this course. 14 organisations participated in the first programme and the feedback has been excellent. The organisations benefited from the programme in a variety of different ways. Some developed their wellbeing policy and plan, some used it to boost the culture in their organisation, and others to ‘put shape’ and structure to their existing staff wellbeing programme. Some did all three. The programme met organisations where they were and helped them move to where they wanted to be in terms of wellbeing. The cross-learning was excellent. Organizations that participated have between 20 and over 1000 staff, and all felt the benefit wherever they were on their wellbeing journey.
The 6-module programme offers the following:
- A comprehensive understanding of what wellbeing and wellbeing at work are;
- A range of resources including a wellbeing strategy template and a wellbeing policy template – with one-to-one support to help create/strengthen/consolidate your organisation’s wellbeing strategy/policy and/or annual plan.
- It also includes a comprehensive tool kit with free wellbeing resources including powerpoints on key wellbeing issues and survey templates.
- The programme will give you an understanding of wellbeing trends and best practices.
- It will also give participants a comprehensive menu of different wellbeing programme options based on the different pillars of wellbeing that could be implemented in your business to address your unique needs and goals.
Four of the six sessions are in a group (two online and two in person) with other HR managers/business leaders, and the final two will be on-site at your organisation with me (the trainer, an accredited wellbeing specialist). These will help your organisation create/strengthen your organisational wellbeing strategy/policy and or consolidate or ‘put shape’ on your annual plan. These sessions can be done on Zoom if preferred. They can be one-to-one or they can be done with a team of people from your organisation and the facilitator (myself) – and used to facilitate a process to inform/help develop your wellbeing plan/strategy. It is up to you to decide what would be most helpful for your business.
- Date: Tuesday, September 26th,
Time: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Venue: in person at the County Wexford Chamber Office
- Date: Tuesday, October 10th,
Time: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
- Date: Tuesday, October 24th,
Time: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
- Date: Tuesday, November 28th,
Time: 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
Venue: in person, location Wexford Town, TBC
Bespoke On-Site Sessions:
- Date: November 1st to January 31st – scheduled directly between you and the Trainer (myself). These sessions can be done as one-to-one sessions with the programme participant and the trainer or they can be done as group sessions with the trainer and a group from each participating organisation.
For more details about the programme or to book, visit here
The program normally costs € 1,000 per participating organisation. County Wexford Chamber Skillnet is generously subsidising it for companies so it is only € 600 or € 650 depending on whether you are a member of the chamber.
What Our Clients Think
“I would highly recommend this programme for any organisation building a high performance team. We completed the last programme and have seen immeasurable benefits”.
– Damien Donlon, CEO, dulann
“Great course. Very helpful in progressing us further with our ongoing strategic plan for wellbeing”
– Mairead Murphy, HR Manager, Celtic Linen
“I participated in Calodagh’s Wellbeing Programme earlier this year through the Chamber of Commerce and Skillnet. I wanted to develop and instil a sense of wellbeing and positivity amongst the office team here in Home Instead Wexford.The course was very beneficial, and we all learned about the 12 pillars of wellbeing that all employers and employees should be aware of. Calodagh took the time to understand who we are as a company and gave 2 wonderful on-site visits that the team really enjoyed. Some of our Key Players remarked they could have listened to Calodagh all day and for the first time ever, they switched off their work phones that evening. I highly recommend the “Create a Wellbeing Strategy, Policy and Plan for your Organisation”.
– Lorraine Neville, Office Manager, Home Instead Wexford.
“Working with Calodagh from Spiritual Earth has transformed the support that we can now offer to charities across Co. Wexford. From working with Calodagh we have developed a Wellbeing Policy that provides charities and community groups with a resource to enable them to provide support to volunteers within their organisations who may need it. Calodagh’s attention to detail and level of understanding of the issues from charities across Co. Wexford was exceptional. I couldn’t recommend her enough”.
– Eva Law, Manager, Wexford Volunteer Centre
“When I signed up for the course, I wasn’t quite sure what I was letting myself for! But I am so delighted that I did. Calodagh broke everything down into sections that made it easy for us to see what we as a company need to ensure our employees wellbeing. Calodagh makes wellbeing practical. She knew how to steer us all towards our goals without deviating off track. She certainly helped us prepare our Wellbeing Policy which we are delighted with. We are also more clear of what we need to do. I would recommend doing this course for any company. The insights, process and outcomes have all been really helpful”.
– Cathy Dowling, Wallaces Mobile Homes
“We would strongly recommend the “Create a wellbeing strategy/ policy plan programme to any organisation, whether they are starting out on their wellbeing journey or would like to improve what they already have in place. Calodagh’s knowledge, skills and approachable, friendly manner made this programme highly enjoyable and completely worthwhile”.
– Ali O’ Connor & Tracey Marlowe, Crossabeg Community Childcare Centre