Virtual/Instructor-led training

Employee Wellness & Change Management


Change is inevitable in the modern workplace, but it can be a significant source of stress and anxiety for employees. In this presentation, we will explore strategies for supporting employee wellness during times of change, to ensure that your team can adapt and thrive in a changing business landscape.

  • Recognize the importance of employee well-being in the workplace.
  • Explore effective strategies for managing change in a human-oriented manner.
  • Acquire skills to implement human-oriented frameworks for employee wellness and change management.
Module 1: Understanding the Significance of Employee Wellness and Change Management
  • Defining Employee Wellness in the Modern Workplace
    • Exploring the concept of employee wellness in today’s organizational context
    • Recognizing the importance of promoting well-being in the workplace
  • Embracing Change: Navigating the Challenges and Opportunities
    • Understanding the inevitability of change in the modern workplace
    • Identifying the potential stressors and opportunities that change presents for employees
  • The Link between Employee Wellness and Organizational Success
    • Highlighting the connection between employee well-being and overall business performance
    • Discussing how a healthy workforce contributes to productivity and innovation
Module 2: The Role of Leadership in Supporting Employee Wellness
  • Leading with Empathy: The Human Side of Change Management
    • Emphasizing the role of empathetic leadership in times of change
    • How empathy fosters trust and resilience among employees
  • Strategies for Communicating Change Effectively
    • Developing communication skills to convey change messages with clarity and transparency
    • Addressing common communication pitfalls during change initiatives
  • Leading by Example: Modeling Wellness and Adaptation
    • Examining how leadership sets the tone for employee wellness and adaptability
    • Showcasing leadership behaviors that promote well-being and successful change management
Module 3: Practical Approaches to Employee Wellness and Change
  • Creating a Supportive Work Environment
    • Strategies for fostering a workplace culture that prioritizes employee wellness
    • Identifying physical and psychological factors that contribute to a supportive environment
  • Empowering Employees: Providing Tools and Resources
    • Equipping employees with the tools and resources they need to manage change and stress
    • Offering wellness programs and initiatives to support employees’ mental and physical health
  • Employee Resilience and Adaptation
    • Building resilience as a key skill for navigating change
    • Techniques and practices to enhance employee adaptability and stress management
Module 4: Evaluating and Evolving Employee Wellness Initiatives
  • Measuring the Impact of Employee Wellness Programs
    • Methods for assessing the effectiveness of employee wellness initiatives
    • Collecting feedback and data to make data-driven improvements
  • The Continuous Improvement Cycle: Adapting to Employee Needs
    • Embracing a culture of continuous improvement in employee wellness and change management
    • Responding to evolving employee needs and feedback for ongoing success
  • Celebrating Successes and Learning from Challenges
    • Recognizing and celebrating achievements in employee wellness and successful change management
    • Analyzing challenges as opportunities for growth and improvement
  • Wellness Program Assessment and Action Planning:
    • In this exercise, participants assess their own teams or departments using wellness surveys and engagement metrics.
    • After identifying key areas for improvement, participants collaborate to develop action plans that incorporate human-oriented approaches to enhance employee well-being.
    • This hands-on exercise allows participants to apply workshop concepts to their specific workplace contexts and create actionable strategies for positive change.
  • Leadership Coaching Simulation:
    • Participants engage in a role-play scenario where they take on the role of human-oriented leaders.
    • They practice coaching and addressing employee concerns related to change and wellness, drawing on the principles discussed in the workshop.
    • Through this interactive role-play, participants refine their leadership skills and gain confidence in addressing real-life employee challenges with empathy and effectiveness.
  • Culture Change Ideation Workshop:
    • Participants form small groups and simulate a brainstorming session to devise cultural transformation initiatives for their organizations.
    • Each group focuses on creating human-oriented approaches that align with the workshop’s teachings.
    • The exercise encourages creative thinking and collaboration, allowing participants to explore innovative ways to foster a human-centric workplace culture.

(included in Half-Day sessions)

  • ADKAR Change Management Framework – Participants will learn about the ADKAR framework and how to apply it to effectively manage change.
  • The 5Cs of Resilience Model – Participants will be introduced to the 5Cs of resilience model, including competence, confidence, connection, character, and contribution, and learn how to apply these concepts to promote resilience.
  • PERMA Model for Well-being and Happiness – Participants will learn about the PERMA model and how to use it to cultivate well-being and happiness in the workplace.
  • Key Concept Presentation:
    • Delivering theoretical foundations and frameworks.
    • Providing in-depth insights into the core concepts of employee wellness and change management.
    • Offering a clear understanding of the foundational principles that underpin the workshop’s objectives.
  • Group Discussions and Brainstorming:
    • Encouraging participant interaction and idea generation.
    • Creating a collaborative environment for sharing experiences and insights.
    • Fostering discussions that allow participants to learn from each other’s perspectives.
  • Practical Exercises and Role-Play:
    • Applying concepts to real-world scenarios and honing skills.
    • Facilitating hands-on learning experiences that reinforce the application of strategies in various workplace situations.
    • Providing opportunities for participants to practice and refine their change management and wellness skills.
  • Case Studies and Industry Examples:
    • Drawing insights from successful implementations.
    • Analyzing real-world case studies and examples to showcase effective employee wellness and change management strategies.
    • Extracting practical lessons from organizations that have successfully implemented human-oriented practices.

included with Full Day sessions

  • Training Materials:
    • Comprehensive presentation slides covering key concepts, frameworks, and case studies discussed during the session.
    • Handouts summarizing essential points and strategies for participants to reference.
  • Interactive Activities:
    • Customizable engagement surveys and templates for participants to assess their teams’ well-being and engagement.
    • Role-play scenarios and coaching guides for leadership coaching simulations.
    • Brainstorming prompts and templates for culture change ideation workshops.
    • Design challenge templates for creating human-oriented workplace initiatives.
    • Hypothetical workplace challenge scenarios with human-oriented principles for scenario analysis exercises.
  • Additional Resources:
    • Recommended reading materials, articles, and books related to employee wellness, change management, and human-oriented leadership.
    • Recommended online tools and resources for conducting employee engagement surveys and well-being assessments.
    • Templates for creating action plans and implementing change initiatives.
  • Supportive Documentation:
    • Documentation of real-world case studies and industry examples discussed in the session.
    • Worksheets and guides for participants to document their action plans, coaching sessions, and brainstorming ideas.
  • Peer Interaction and Collaboration:*
    • Discussion forums or virtual meeting platforms for participants to connect, share insights, and collaborate on group activities.
    • Facilitator-led group discussions and feedback sessions to promote peer learning.
  • Feedback Mechanisms:
    • Feedback forms and surveys to collect participants’ thoughts on the effectiveness of the session and areas for improvement.
    • Post-session webinars or Q&A sessions to address any questions or concerns.*