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Implementing the ‘new’ Education Staff Wellbeing Charter
Friday, January 28, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
As critical workers, education staff wellbeing has often been adversely affected by the challenges of the pandemic.
The free to adopt education wellbeing charter is being implemented by many Schools and Trusts as a timely declaration of support for, and set of very real commitments to, the wellbeing and mental health of everyone working in their schools.
It is a way to show current and prospective staff that your school or college is dedicated to improving and protecting their wellbeing and can have real and lasting benefits for your organisational policies and processes – and most importantly, your staff – if approached mindfully.
In this 30-minute online briefing, the wellbeing and performance improvement expert Mark Solomons will give you an overview of:
- The evidence proven benefits of improving staff wellbeing.
- The charter – why sign-up?
- Meeting the 11 Commitments – but not all at once!
- Where to start and what to focus on.
- Effectively measuring and tracking staff wellbeing.
- Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
Mark Solomons is a wellbeing, leadership, culture, engagement and performance improvement expert. His mission is to support school leaders to transform culture, improve staff wellbeing and performance.
Mark has an MBA from the globally acclaimed UK Cranfield Business School, with a focus on Organisational and People Development, and took a programme in Organisational Leadership at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. In 2015 he published his first book ‘Building resilience, the seven steps to creating highly successful lives’.
He has worked with senior educators for over 12 years and in late 2018 founded School Wellbeing Accelerator, creators of Welbee – a highly effective online evaluation and staff wellbeing improvement tool, designed to help senior leaders and HR Directors create thriving schools, colleges, Multi-Academy Trusts and Districts, to retain and motivate staff, reduce costs and drive up student attainment.
The session is free to VNET Member organisations and is targeted at Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Trust Executives and Governors.