Wellbeing in the workplace

29 June 2021

This webinar will provide a wealth of practical advice and support to companies and individuals. 


11am - 12:30pm


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Free for Members / £50 for Non-Members

This webinar will provide a wealth of practical advice and support to companies and individuals. 



The session will be hosted by Catherine Tallis, Director of Business Services and Kate Aspinwall, Head of Company HR, at Herts for Learning. 

After a difficult year, businesses and individuals are starting to get back on their feet. As workplaces begin to open up again, staff are beginning to venture back into the office and return to their previous routines. This has never been a more important time to recognise the toll that Covid-19 has had on the mental health of ourselves, but also our staff, with many employees reportedly feeling greater stress levels, loneliness and a rise in anxiety.

As we start returning to some sense of normality, seeing colleagues, family and friends again, we expect that mental health and wellbeing improve naturally, but it is essential we continue to protect and support our staff long-term.

As employers it is vital that we create safe and more flexible working environments and strategies in the wake of COVID-19. Catherine and Kate will discuss their experiences leading their teams through lockdown, recognising the changes and adaptations, as well as give advice on how best to continue to support teams in the future, taking into account flexible working and other new working policies.  

About the speakers



Catherine Tallis

Catherine is the Director of Business Services at HfL, leading six teams that seek to empower school leaders to optimise the effectiveness of their organisations beyond frontline teaching and learning. Catherine has a rich experience drawn both from the public and private sectors in a broad range of roles and organisations which enables her to navigate the challenges of the third sector. 


Kate Aspinwall

Kate joined Herts for Learning in November 2017, having previously worked in the commercial sector; retail, law, and AI. As well as being an elected councillor, Kate’s HR career covers the full HR spectrum and she specialises in strategic development that puts people first.



This event is open to BESA & Launchpad members and non-BESA members. Reserve your spot below: