Emotional Well-being, Key In Building The Company Culture

Emotional Well-being, Key In Building The Company Culture

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Health has become one of the key elements in the company’s people management. This has been caused by the pandemic that has made HR directors place the well-being of their employees at the top of their priorities when establishing the strategies to be followed in their companies. The reason is clear: a healthy employee is much happier and more productive.

This health care, at all levels, has a lot to do with the culture that a company has. Beyond the previous statement in relation to productivity, the truth is that caring for the well-being of workers goes -or should go- much further than economic and productive benefit. Not surprisingly, it must be consolidated as one of the key pillars within the corporate culture, seeking a healthier, happier and more sustainable society and business environment for all people. In this sense, putting the employee at the center, looking for ’employee-centric’ spaces is essential to achieve the company culture desired by all.

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But if we go further, if we focus on the emotional aspect within the general concept of health, the importance has been maximized. The voracious progress of life today, especially in large cities, the high workload in many sectors and stress, which is already a common denominator in a large majority of workers, has caused people managers to have given maximum relevance to emotional well-being.

Creating employee-centric spaces: the role of emotional well-being in the construction of company culture

Precisely the importance of caring for emotional well-being and putting the employee at the center of all business management policies will be discussed at the b2e day event: emotional well-being in work spaces’, organized by TherapyChatY RRHDigital which will take place on October 6 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Espacio Rastro Madrid. During the conference, which is completely free to attend, the global theme of emotional wellbeing at work will be addressed.

In the event b2e day: emotional well-being in workspaces’ we will analyze the relationship between the emotional care of employees and the company culture at the hands of people managers such as Raquel Gil, director of HR at Sanitas Seguros or Concha Lagela, Associate Director of the People and Companies Foundation and former post office (former post office) together with an expert in mental health such as the psychologist Olivia García and leaders of companies related to HR such as Majo Casillo, COO of Sesame HR or Santiago Ferrada, CEO of Gympass. All this in a debate moderated by Isabel Aranda, Clinical Content Officer of TherapyChat.

Raquel Gil, HR director of Sanitas Seguros

Raquel is a manager with more than twenty-five years in the direction of Human Resources, Organization, Operations and management positions, acquired in various companies in the Insurance, Consulting, Food and Socio-health Services Sectors.

Concha Lagela, Associate Director of the People and Companies Foundation

HR professional with extensive experience in different lines of action such as training and professional development, selection, etc. Collaborating professor in the Master of Human Resources at the Francisco de Vitoria University, at the San Pablo CEU University and at the EOI.

Olivia Garcia, consultant mental health psychologist
Olivia Garcia Gomez is a psychologist, graduated from the Autonomous University of Madrid, with a background closely related to the management of people and talent. Not in vain, for more than twenty years she has been part of the HR area of ​​Telefnica, performing tasks related to selection or internal communication. She currently works as a mental health consultant psychologist, also working in the Telefnica environment. Majo Casillo, Chief Operations Officer of Sesame HR

Majo Castillo has a degree in Information Sciences and has worked as a journalist for more than 10 years. Almost 8 years ago, I changed course in her career to enter the world of data and people. In 2015, she participated in the origin and creation of Sesame HR, where she currently serves as Director of Operations. Sesame HR is an HR software that allows you to digitize all the bureaucratic processes of human resources; and that currently has more than 5 thousand clients and more than 150 thousand users. And that it is present in 30 countries in Europe and Latin America. Majo has also spent more than 10 years managing and leading work teams in the technology sector.

Santiago Ferrada, CEO of Gympass

Born in Spain in 1982. He is currently CEO of Gympass Spain, where he had previously held the position of Regional Director for Chile & Argentina. He previously had a successful journey in the retail sector where he held positions as Regional Director of the Danish multinational Bestseller for Chile, Peru and Argentina. Business Develop Director for Armada Group in Kuwait. He is also the commercial director of the Spanish firm Pili Carrera, being responsible for its international expansion. Doctor Cum Laude from the La Salle University, Master in International Trade from the University of Barcelona, ​​Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from the Camilo José Cela University. A regular collaborator as an expert in the media, your participation in the US newspaper Huffington Post stands out. He is also the author of the blog www.lifeferrada.com, he is internationally recognized for his doctoral thesis “expansion of retail companies in the United States”. A professional swimmer and triathlete passionate about high-resistance sports challenges, he stands out for his leadership based on the values ​​of sport in the business world: effort, motivation, self-improvement.

Isabel Aranda, Clinical Content Officer of TherapyChat

Doctor in Organizational Psychology, Psychologist expert in coaching (PsEC) Executive Coach PCC by ICF. Vocal of Occupational Psychology of the Governing Board of the Official College of Psychology of Madrid. More than 25 years of professional practice in the development of people as a manager and consultant. Writer, lecturer, postgraduate university professor at Nebrija University and other universities and business schools. She is the author of more than one hundred articles published in leading HR magazines and several paradigmatic books such as Emoticons empowering and the Coach’s Manual. Disseminator of the Psychology of work and the development of people in her blog: elblogdeisabelaranda.

b2e day: emotional well-being in work spaces

Elb2e day: emotional well-being in work spaces’is an event organized byTherapyChatyHRDigital, which will address the importance of emotional well-being at work, with a focus on all those actions that can be carried out to promote it among teams and adapt it to new work environments and new ways of working. The event will take place at Espacio Rastro Madrid from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Throughout this day, there will be several round tables on emotional well-being integrated into the company culture, a unique speech on well-being in the work environment and, in addition, during the event, the event will go one step further to address the keys necessary to disconnect after your workday.

In addition, all those who attend the event will be presented with a workshop for their entire team, valued at €500 on “Stress management with relaxation techniques” and will also be able to participate in the draw for a Wellness Consultant, a solution that serves as a source of key information for the company and that in turn will allow it to take preventive measures on the well-being of its workers.

Remember! Don’t miss next Thursday, October 6, the ‘b2e day: emotional well-being in work spaces’, an event organized byTherapyChatand RRHHDigital, in the Espacio Rastro in Madrid.

Creating employee-centric spaces: the role of emotional well-being in the construction of company culture Isabel Aranda, Clinical Content Officer at TherapyCha Olivia Garca Gmez, Mental Health Consultant Psychologist Raquel Gil, HR Director at Sanitas Concha Lagela, Head of Development Intern at CorreosCreating employee-centric spaces: the role of emotional well-being in building company culture Isabel Aranda, Clinical Content Officer at TherapyCha Olivia Garca Gmez, Mental Health Consultant Psychologist Raquel Gil, HR Director at Sanitas Concha Lagela, Responsible Internal Development at Correos

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