Shaping your Organisation’s Wellbeing Strategy

WorkLife Online Webinar

27th May 2021


Welcome to Irish Life Wellbeing’s expert panel event

Shaping your Organisation’s Wellbeing Strategy

Stacey Machesney

Head of Health & Wellbeing for Irish Life

David Collings 

Professor of Human Resource Management, DCU

Niall Moyna

Professor in the School of Health and Human Performance, DCU

Kathryn Thomas, Host

Radio – TV Broadcaster, Author and Columnist

Irish Life Wellbeing is pleased to invite you to an informative panel discussion on 27th May to hear from industry experts in HR, Health and Wellbeing to learn how leading academic thinking and insights from exemplary companies can help you shape your organisational wellbeing strategy in the face of a new hybrid working world.

COVID-19 is a human crisis, compelling organisations to recognise the need to emphasise a greater focus on the health and wellbeing of its employees.

An organisation’s strategy, culture & behaviours significantly influence employees’ wellbeing, as evidenced in many qualitative studies that have taken place throughout the pandemic.

Join our panel of experts, Stacey Machesney, Head of Health & Wellbeing at Irish Life; David Collings, Professor of Human Resource Management at DCU and four-time winner of Most Influential International Thinkers in the Field of HRM by HR Magazine; and Niall Moyna, Professor at DCU’s School of Health & Human Performance to hear the latest insights into our nation’s health in the workplace and solutions for organisations to help address these challenges.

Irish Life Wellbeing invites you to register for this virtual event below. The event will take place on 27th May from 10:30am to 11.30am.

Your Panel for this Event

Stacey Machesney – Head of Health & Wellbeing for Irish Life, and visionary behind WorkLife, the new Corporate Wellbeing Consultancy Service from Irish Life

Stacey leads the delivery of wellbeing solutions for Irish Life’s 1.3 million* customers. Her extensive experience in public health, HR leadership and health education drive her passion for creating robust, measurable employee wellbeing solutions based on credible research to achieve long-term success. She has a Master degree in Public Health, has developed and taught acclaimed Wellbeing courses on a global scale.  Stacey heads-up the Wellbeing Centre of Excellence at Irish Life, which develops scientifically validated wellbeing programmes for corporate partners through the corporate consultancy service ‘WorkLife’

David Collings – Professor of Human Resource Management at DCU & Director of Leadership and Talent Institute

David’s research and teaching focuses on the future of work, talent management and global staffing and he has been named by HR Magazine as one of the Most Influential International Thinkers in the field of HRM four times. Prof. Collings work spans academia as well as with a number of leading global organisations, including with Abbvie, Airbus, the Danish Confederation of Industry, Enterprise Ireland, Medtronic, Stryker and many more.  

Niall Moyna – Professor in the School of Health and Human Performance at DCU, and chair of Irish Life Wellbeing’s Scientific Advisory Counsel

Niall has worked with Irish Life on a number of health-related brand initiatives including the Schools Fitness Challenge and the Workplace Fitness Challenge. He has also spearheaded initiatives like the Fitness Challenge for schools and developed an innovative fitness app, Move Your MET. In his role as Scientific Advisory Counsel Chair, Niall and a team of leading advisors in areas of physical, mental, nutritional and digital wellbeing design and measure the effectiveness company health and wellbeing programme.

Kathryn Thomas, Host – Radio – TV Broadcaster, Author and Columnist

Kathryn is one of Ireland’s most well-known Broadcasters and host of Ireland’s highest rating TV programme Operation Transformation on RTÉ OneShe is also a regular on the radio airwaves, often sitting in for Ray D’Arcy on RTÉ Radio 1. In 2015, Kathryn embarked on her latest adventure and set up her own business, Pure Results Bootcamp.

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