Wellbeing GMT CET

Building a culture of wellbeing and how coaching can help

There is a growing appreciation of the link between wellbeing and productivity. 

Although the effectiveness of establishing a positive culture within an organisation is recognised across the globe,  the challenge arises when leaders are tasked with adopting and developing a positive culture with wellbeing at its core.


Learn to build a culture of wellbeing

Join us with internationally renowned award-winning and bestselling author, Liggy Webb and UKI Senior Behavioural Scientist Gill Tanner to discover actionable insights into how you can build organisational resilience and establish a culture of wellbeing in your business. 

 Designed to provide an overview of how to embed and lead a culture of wellbeing, this virtual interactive session focuses on:

  • Understanding the value of building a culture of wellbeing
  • Supporting employees through volatility, disruption, and uncertainty
  • Leading with compassion and empathy to build trust
  • Promoting leadership skills to foster a culture of wellbeing  
  • Understanding the role of personalised coaching in developing a culture of wellbeing

When:  Friday 4th March, 10am - 11am GMT / 11am - 12pm CET

Register today to explore how coaching can boost your company's wellbeing.





About the speakers:

Liggy Webb, Award Winning & Bestselling Author

Healthy, happy, and productive people are at the very heart of successful and sustainable organisations”.

Liggy Webb is an award winning and bestselling author, presenter and international consultant. She is also the founding director of The Learning Architect, an international consortium of behavioural skills specialists. She is recognised as a thought leader on human resilience and works with a wide range of businesses focusing on optimising potential through continual learning and behavioural agility.


Gill Tanner, UKI Senior Behavioural Scientist 

Over the course of Gill's career, she has built a broad skill set including coaching, organisational development, change management, learning and development, talent management,  HR strategy planning, people management and stakeholder and employee engagement. She has a strong academic background including a MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change, MA in Managing Human Resources and a Post Graduate Certificate in Occupational and Business Psychology and is fully committed to continuing professional and personal development.