See the Well-being Measure yourself – come to one of our workshops

Since January, we’ve been running a series of free workshops for organisations interested in signing up to our Well-being Measure. We’ve run them all over the country – London, Glasgow, Ipswich, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, and Edinburgh.

So far, we’ve seen more than 100 organisations. Workshops always sell out and we’ve had some great feedback from the sessions. Recent comments include:

‘The workshop was very clear on answering all questions about the tool’

‘Thank you, it was really helpful’

‘Answered my questions well. Feeling convinced it is a good measure’

‘A very good resource’

To learn whether you should attend a workshop, visit our events page and answer the four questions. This week, we’ll be extending our programme of workshops up to the autumn so keep an eye on the events page. You can also hear as soon as events are scheduled by following us on Twitter @NPCWellbeing.

We look forward to meeting you at a future workshop!

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About John Copps

John is part of NPC's research and consulting team and is the founder of NPC's Well-being Measure, a social business that provides an online tool to measure young people’s well-being. He has eight years experience of research and consulting, and is passionate about how data can be used to improve the performance of organisations. John is a regular contributor to NPC's blog and has also contributed to pieces for BBC Radio, the Guardian, and the Financial Times. John is a governor of a secondary school.
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