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Developing and implementing a wellbeing programme: Getting initial senior-level buy-in and gathering evidence on wellbeing

Debbie Kleiner

About the author

Debbie Kleiner is a workplace wellbeing and training specialist and runs Wellbeing in Work, an organisation with expertise in providing training and advice on wellbeing to workplaces.

Bar Huberman

Brightmine editor

Bar Huberman is content manager for HR & Compliance Centre's HR strategy and practice team, having worked on strategic guidance for HR professionals since 2009.


In our series of guides on developing and implementing a wellbeing programme, we discuss the importance of investing in employee wellbeing and what HR needs to consider when developing and implementing a wellbeing strategy and plan.

In this second guide, we explore how to secure commitment to and investment in wellbeing from senior leaders and gather evidence about wellbeing challenges in your organisation. This guide is part of a series of five guides on employee wellbeing: