Online Masterclass – Sustaining health and wellbeing at work
Friday 12 March 2021
9:00 – 10:30 (GMT)
This taster lecture by Dr Luke Fletcher, Associate Professor, from the University of Bath’s School of Management will focus on wellbeing in the workplace.
Given the unprecedented nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, the lecture will also highlight particular areas of wellbeing research that may help us (or not) to psychologically navigate through the aftermath of the pandemic.
Luke will talk through what wellbeing means and looks like, why it is important from a strategic point of view, and what can managers and organisations do to sustain a healthy workforce. It will cover some core theoretical ideas whilst also exploring applied practical interventions and drawing upon Dr Fletcher’s recent research related to wellbeing at work.
This Masterclass is aimed at anyone interested in human resource management or wellbeing at work.
We hope this Masterclass will give you a taster of the kind of insights and skills you could gain from studying an MBA or MSc programme at the School of Management.
If you would like to discuss how our programmes could support you on your career path, the admissions process or scholarships, our admissions teams will be on hand to chat after the Masterclass. If you want to book an appointment, please get in touch:
Dr Luke Fletcher
Dr Luke Fletcher is Associate Professor in Human Resource Management at the University of Bath School of Management, having previously worked at Aston Business School, Aston University.
Luke is a Chartered Psychologist and is an Academic Member of the CIPD. His research has been published in a range of academic and practitioner outlets, and focuses on topics associated with employee engagement, meaningful work, and diversity and inclusion. Luke has recently started to focus his efforts on understanding and promoting LGBT+ inclusion in the workplace.Read more about Luke’s research work and publications.
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