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University of Exeter Wellbeing - The story so far...

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Transcript of University of Exeter Wellbeing - The story so far...

Following support and interest shown from
HR, Sport, Chaplaincy, Union Representatives, Colleges and the Student Wellbeing team, the University held its first Wellbeing Summit to
explore options for developing wellbeing opportunities for staff. Janice Kay became
the Executive Sponsor for staff wellbeing.
A campaign launched in 2014 to encourage staff to “take back
your lunch break” providing a range of free lunch time events and activities including live music, guided walks and Tai Chi classes.
Campus maps were created
to help staff to keep active, eat well, connect and take time out!
Streatham Campus
St Luke's Campus
Penryn Campus

A brand new self-assessment tool for staff was designed to enable individuals
to assess their own wellbeing and to support those choosing to improve their wellbeing. It provides recommendations and signposts to specific resources
to enable individuals to understand what to do and how to do it.
https://asset.robertsoncooper.com/UoEwellbeing/

In the first 6 months, over 900 employee from across all of the
Colleges and Professional Services used the self assessment tool.
A new range of Wellbeing courses are available to book on Trent now.

A new range of wellbeing courses are available to book on Trent now

Managing Wellbeing

(A best practice guide for managers in the management of wellbeing)

Building Resilient Organisations

(identifying and building personal and team resilience)

Mental Health Awareness

(supporting people with mental health conditions)
The Group agreed 3 key aims for 2014;

Consolidate and celebrate what we already do at the University
Investigate and take forward new wellbeing improvement projects including support for staff and managers around mental health
Improve communication and measurement of wellbeing

www.exeter.ac.uk/staff/wellbeing/workplace/group/
Following the Wellbeing Summit and launch of the Positive Working Environment programme, the University of Exeter’s wellbeing group was created
.

The group agreed 3 key aims for 2014;

Consolidate and celebrate what we already do at the University
Investigate and take forward new wellbeing improvement projects including support for staff and managers around mental health
Improve communication and measurement of wellbeing

www.exeter.ac.uk/staff/wellbeing/workplace/group/

The Staff Association becomes inclusive
of all staff with more of a focus on Staff
Health and Wellbeing.
Sally Gunnell OBE
becomes the University’s first Wellbeing Advocate
Sally will support the
University to continue to
grow its wellbeing work.
Wellbeing data is now available for all Colleges and Professional Services via your HR Business Partner. This can be used to explore opportunities within each College or Service to improve wellbeing further.
The 2nd University Wellbeing Summit is taking place in May 2015 which will be exploring any improvements and developing the next steps for the wellbeing work stream.
There are many more wellbeing courses now available on Trent, taking us into the new academic year and beyond.

If you would like any more information about wellbeing please contact your HRBP, Occupational Health or visit the wellbeing webpages.
One of the Wellbeing Group priorities was to consolidate and celebrate what we already do at the University so with this in mind we held the first Annual Staff Festival in September 2014, promoting all staff benefits, facilities and activities and what makes the University of Exeter a great place to work, with a general focus on health and wellbeing. This is a one day event inviting all staff to take time out and to find out more about working here.
The next Staff Festivals will be held in June this year.

www.exeter.ac.uk/stafffestival

A new user friendly Wellbeing website was launched. The new pages are currently averaging 9,300 hits a month. The website contains information for managers and employees on how
to manage wellbeing and the support available within the University. Following the Wellbeing Summit and launch of the Positive Working Environment programme, the University of
Exeter’s Wellbeing Group was created.
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