Join us at the Law Society on Thursday 23 April for the Business of Wellbeing Summit. This Summit is aimed at mid to large sized firms who take professional wellbeing seriously.
While the benefits of implementing a wellbeing programme for employees may appear self-evident, organisations do not necessarily consider the benefits that wellbeing programmes can have on their business; employee retention, reduced absenteeism, increased productivity rates, and financial benefits.
This Summit is aimed at mid to large sized firms who take professional wellbeing seriously. They may have developed, are currently developing or are considering developing a wellbeing programme themselves. The morning session will open with a brief outline of the Law Society of Ireland Professional Wellbeing Programme and a presentation on the rights, risks and obligations of wellbeing and mental health in the workplace. This will be followed by an interactive panel discussion on the business case for wellbeing including industry experts and the perspectives and experiences of other jurisdictions. Guidance for best practice in supporting wellbeing in the workplace will also be discussed.
The afternoon will be devoted to designing a professional wellbeing business charter. Delegates will be involved in the process of designing and agreeing upon a charter to meet their needs. This workshop session will be facilitated by a leading diversity and inclusion consultant who has extensive experience in designing professional charters. The Summit will conclude with an interactive reflective wellbeing session focused on personal support tools.
- Law Society of Ireland Professional Wellbeing Programme
- Wellbeing and Mental Health in the Workplace – rights, risks and obligations
- The Business Case for Wellbeing – a luxury or necessity
- Supporting Wellbeing in the Workplace – guidance for best practice
- Designing a Professional Wellbeing Business Charter Workshop
- Wellbeing for You
Michele O’Boyle, President, Law Society of Ireland
- Antoinette Moriarty, Psychotherapist & Law School Psychological Services Manager, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin
- Julie Breen, Professional Wellbeing Project Coordinator, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin
- Katie da Gama, Business & Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant, Dublin
- Teri Kelly, Director of Representation and Member Services, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin
- Kayleigh Leonie, Senior Solicitor, MacFarlanes, London, England, Law Society of England & Wales Council Member
- Guy Setford, CEO Setfords Solicitors, Surrey, England
Date: 23 April 2020
Venue: Law Society of Ireland
Time: 9.30am – 4.15pm (Light lunch is included)
Discount Fee: €160*
CPD Hours: 6 Management and Professional Development Skills (by Group Study)
Make a Booking
Visit the Law Society website for more details and to book online.
Alternatively, to register your place by post - download a booking form.
To avail of discounts – download the 2020 Law Society Finuas Skillnet Membership form
Tel: 01 881 5727
* Applicable to Law Society Finuas Skillnet members