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What does WELLBEING mean to you?

What does WELLBEING mean to you? In this session, we'll look at the facts of how wellbeing plays a crucial role in the quality of our lives.
30th January 2020 5.30pm 
Venue We Work, 29 John Dalton Street, City Centre, Manchester M2 6DS 
FREE 
FREE 

Supporting the Health and Wellbeing of Your People!

In this free information session we'll be looking at the importance of health and wellbeing; why and how it has a direct impact on business and personal performances.

The leading cause of preventable death in the UK is now physical inactivity; businesses can be part of the solution and more are beginning to recognise that the health of their people is the brain behind a healthy business.

Improving the health and wellbeing of your people really does mean a happier workforce, reduced absenteeism and increased productivity.

Hosted by Stephen Sutherland Founder of Social Circle Wellbeing. Stephen is an expert in delivering the 3 pillars of social, fitness and psychological wellbeing strategies.

 


 

NOTE TO ALL ATTENDEES:

For attending this session, you’ll all enjoy an exclusive, no obligation, one-months’ worth of FREE events to power you up with those New Year resolutions you set yourself at the beginning of the year!

Whether networking with new people, physical fitness or learning a new skill Social Circle Wellbeing hosts over 150 events a month.

From countryside walks to dance classes, running, bowling, having fun with Escape Rooms and laugh out-loud comedy nights, we really do have it all!

Here we invite you to come and go as you please, everything is organised for you!

http://www.social-circle-wellbeing.co.uk/

 
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