Our VISION: Optimising the wellbeing of individuals and enhancing organisational health & performance.
Our WHY: Work is a place where you grow and thrive and not just exist and survive.
Our HOW: Creating programmes that embody the following principles: simplicity, significance, shift and synergy.
Our WHAT: Deliver WHIS At Work programmes for individuals, managers and leaders within organisations.
Our RESULTS: To create change for individuals, teams and organisations by moving them from surviving to thriving which leads to greater productivity, decreased sickness and absence and better health.
Working with WHIS at Work
The WHIS at Work programme is evolving and going forward there will be a number of opportunities to work in collaboration with WHIS at Work. This potentially could be as a service provider of WHIS at Work, a trainer of WHIS at Work programmes or in another capacity. All these partnership opportunities are currently being explored and developing. If you are interested in finding out more about the WHIS at Work programme and your involvement in WHIS please email firstname.lastname@example.org
WHIS at Work Workshop
WHIS has created a signature one day Stress and Resilience Awareness workshop to raise awareness of stress and resilience in the workplace.
Key benefits of attending this workshop:
If you would like to find out more information about the workshop and how it can benefit your place of work please email email@example.com
Why WHIS at Work
We as the World Health Innovation Summit team are committed to collaborating so our communities benefit.
Our business model ensures our events and activities are accessible while providing opportunities through the WHIS Federation (Local community networks with central support that have independence with internal affairs #togetherweinspire). Profits after costs are re-invested back into community projects.
We bring in revenue from community support, partnerships, sponsorships, digital sales, advisory services and a number of other commercial activities which means we can return money back into our local communities. Excess funding after our costs will go to local community projects.