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April 1, 2023


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If the quality of the university student experience starts with the quality of services provided by university staff, how are the workforce at your HEI doing?

What impact did the ‘pivot to online’ and the processes and practices that have followed have on staff wellbeing? This course will explore what workplace wellbeing means in a hybrid working world – whose responsibility it is, the challenges involved in creating and maintaining it, and the benefits it brings to your organisation.

Is your organisation inclusive, diverse and a champion of equal opportunities? EDI (equality, diversity and inclusion) is often derided as ‘political correctness gone mad’ or a legal requirements box ticked, but this course emphasises the critical role it plays in achieving a culture of wellbeing, and invites you to consider it as an investment in the most important asset your organisation has: the people who work there.

Course learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • reflect on digital/hybrid work habits and practices and their impact on personal wellbeing, and that of colleagues
  • discuss various aspects of wellbeing, equality, inclusion and diversity in the context of digital and hybrid working
  • articulate likely benefits and/or risks to personal wellbeing associated with engaging in online activities
  • appreciate the importance of developing and maintaining a diverse and inclusive working environment
  • recognise the role of personal responsibility and leadership in valuing equality, inclusion and difference on an individual level, as well as to teams and the wider organisation.

Course Curriculum

  • Hybrid working: wellbeing and inclusion Unlimited

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