Third Sector launches free digital wellbeing event

The free online breakfast briefing, taking place on 10 December, will share best practice on building wellbeing and resilience

Third Sector has launched a free digital wellbeing event to share best practice from sector leaders and experts on supporting employees and building wellbeing and resilience amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect charities, with many organisations managing slashed budgets and some having to explore restructures in order to survive, many in the sector are sharing feelings of exhaustion.

The Wellbeing in the Third Sector Breakfast Briefing will feature case studies and best practice presentations from sector leaders, HR professionals and wellbeing experts, outlining how best charity leaders can support employees – and themselves – during the ongoing uncertainty.

Confirmed speakers include Javed Khan, chief executive of Barnardo’s, Adrian Blair, director of people and organisational development at Diabetes UK, and Ama Afrifa-Tchie, head of culture and wellbeing at YoungMinds.

“I’m so pleased Third Sector is able to launch another great, free digital event, and a wellbeing morning feels particularly timely,” said Emily Burt, editor of Third Sector.

“I don’t know a single person who hasn’t been exhausted by this year, and am looking forward to this valuable opportunity to hear about shared experiences, and receive advice from experts as the current crisis looks as though it will extend into 2021.”

Register for the wellbeing event here

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