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1
Welcome to the Workplace Challenge Champion
Training
2
Welcome and introductions
Hello Ice breaker!
3
Agenda need to update
Item Time
Welcome what is the WPC and BHF HaW programme 1000 1100
Why physical activity and workplace health? 1100 1130
Break 1130 1145
Being a Workplace Challenge Champion 1145 1200
Behaviour change 1200 1230
Gaining support commitment 1230 1245
Lunch 1245 1330
Support and resources to get your workplace active 1330 1400
Wesport Workplace Challenge 1400 1415
Organising activities and events 1415 1430
Practical session Workplace Games 1430 1530
Next steps, close and depart 1530 1600
4
Aims of the Workplace Challenge Champion Training
  • To provide information and support to those with
    a remit for workplace health to create a
    sustainable increase in participation in sport
    and physical activity at their workplace.
  • Question - How can we support you following the
    training and whats the best way for you to stay
    involved?

5
Whats in it for you?
Champion to gain further knowledge and
experience in promoting physical activity, whilst
providing a key role to colleagues and the
project through the liaison of sport and physical
activity coordination in your workplace. Workplac
e get support to improve health and wellbeing at
your workplace, get recognition for your
employees achievements. Participants the chance
to try different sports, compete against friends,
raise money for charity, live a healthier
lifestyle
6
What is the Workplace Challenge and BHF Health at
Work programme?
7
What is the Workplace Challenge?
Aim To engage workplaces in sport and physical
activity Funded by Sport England
  • National Partners

8
Workplace Challenge Manifesto
9
Whats involved?
  • Activity Log
  • -National challenges and local/ CSP challenges
  • 2) Competition Programme
  • 3) Business Games
  • Win prizes and compete against other businesses
  • Sign up for FREE today!
  • www.workplacechallenge.org.uk

10
Evaluation
  • Workplace Challenge is being evaluated by BHF
    National Centre for physical activity and health.
  • Aims of the evaluation
  • Learn how workplaces can engage inactive people.
  • Assess effectiveness of the Workplace Challenge.
  • Business case evidence.

11
Demonstration of Workplace Challenge System
  • www.workplacechallenge.org.uk
  • Registration
  • Profile/ dashboard
  • Logging Activity App
  • Leaderboards
  • Data

12
WPC Home Page
13
Dashboard
14
Activity Log
  • Free to use throughout the year.
  • Log any participation in sport and PA.
  • Activity points and CO2 saved.
  • Challenges/ Prizes/ Incentives

15
Log Activity
16
App
17
Leaderboards
18
British Heart Foundation Health at Work Programme
19
Working in partnership
The BHF are delighted to work in partnership with
Workplace Challenge. We are supporting the
project by delivering champions training across
England creating sustainable development of
workplace health through our Health at Work
programme
20
British Heart Foundation
  • Our mission is to win the fight against
    cardiovascular disease
  • Our vision is of a world in which people do not
    die prematurely or suffer from cardiovascular
    disease

21
Our fight for every heartbeat
  • Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a huge burden on
    people in the UK
  • Each year around
  • 1 in 4 of us die from CVD
  • 175,000 are admitted to hospital with a heart
    attack
  • 235,000 suffer a stroke
  • Well beat CVD by funding ground-breaking
    research and well continue to support and
    empower those living with it across the UK.
  • Well drive programmes of work to keep the
    nations hearts healthy, prevent tragic loss of
    life, and give cardiovascular patients the best
    care they can receive.

22
Health at Work Programme
23
Health at Work Programme
  • The Health at Work programme aims to improve the
    health and wellbeing of the working-age
    population by
  • Working in partnership with employers, public
    health and other stakeholders to create healthier
    workplaces
  • Providing employers with practical and effective
    support to establish and sustain a health at work
    programme
  • Helping people make healthy choices related to
    their health and wellbeing with a focus on diet,
    physical activity levels and tobacco use that
    reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease.

24
Key to success
  • Workplace Champion
  • HR, Occupational Health, Health and Wellbeing
    Manager, Healthy Lifestyle Officer, Health
    Safety
  • Main contact for your workplace
  • Support to drive the programme forward
  • Internally - engage with management, champions
    and employees
  • Externally - look for partnerships e.g. NHS.
    charities
  • Motivate

25
Health at Work programme
  • What we offer
  • Free membership
  • Resources
  • Website
  • Delivery
  • coordinator seminars/ training days
  • Health and wellbeing days

26
Member feedback
79 of HaW members have taken positive action
since joining the programme
  • Positive outcomes
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Better morale
  • Team building
  • Improved positive corporate image
  • Increased communication
  • Individual success stories - weight loss
  • Enhanced employee self-esteem

We used this evidence to predict our own
employee outcomes, organisational benefits and
the financial value Helen Williams St Helens
Council
27
Why physical activity and workplace health?
28
The Business Case
29
Workplace setting
  • Average person spends more than a third of their
    waking hours at work
  • A great place for promoting health to employees
  • Established channels of communication - publicise
    programmes, encourage participation and provide
    feedback

30
Ill-health
  • Many of the health problems of the UK workforce
    can be attributed to worsening public health
    (i.e. poor diets, growing obesity, smoking and
    more sedentary lifestyles)
  • UK workforce of the future being older and
    sicker, with more people living and working with
    ill-health.
  • By 2025 its likely 40 of adults will be obese
    rise in chronic conditions

31
Costs of Ill-health
  • Cost of sickness absence
  • ______________working days are lost every year
    due to absence
  • Costs UK businesses __ billion a year
  • An average ___ days absence and cost to employers
    of ___ per employee

32
Costs of Ill-health
  • Cost of sickness absence
  • 140 million working days are lost every year due
    to absence
  • Costs UK businesses 29 billion a year
  • An average 6.6 days absence and median cost to
    employers of 554 per employee

Productivity
Staff Turnover, Accidents Injury
33
Adult activity guidelines
Every 10 minutes counts
  • Something is better than nothing.
  • Build up to a total of 150 active minutes a week.
  • Be sure to add in activities that will help
    strengthen your muscles.
  • Limit and break up the amount of time you spend
    being still.

34
Scale of the problem
Over 60 men and 70 women dont do the
recommended amount of exercise to benefit their
healthbut 80 of people think they are active
enough.
35
Health risks physical inactivity
  • Reduces the risk of all-cause mortality
  • Approximately 30 risk reduction across all
    studies
  • Dose-response relationship

US PA guidelines advisory committee report 2008
36
Risk factors for CHD
Smoking High BMI High cholesterol High
BP Physical inactivity Which circle is physical
inactivity?
37
Risk factors for CHD
38
Physical activity
  • Health at Work
  • Your Choice Your Change booklet
  • Think of ways you can build activity into your
    week fill in the weekly planner.

39
Active vs sedentary lifestyle
Sedentary lifestyle Calories Active lifestyle Calories
Car to station and train to work 10 Brisk 20 minute walk to station 120
Using the lifts or escalators at work 5 Walking up 3 flights of stairs at the office (5 times a day) 100
Stay in the office during your lunch break 10 Go for a gentle 30 minute walk with a colleague/ friend 170
Getting picked up from the station 10 Brisk 20 minute walk home from the station 120
Ordering a takeaway for dinner 10 Preparing and cooking food yourself (30 mins) 70
Sitting down to watch TV as a family 5 Playing with the children (1 hour) 170
TOTAL 50 TOTAL 750
40
Why promote health and wellbeing at work?
41
Return on investment
  • Employers who invest in health initiatives ROI
  • ROI can range from 12 to 134
  • Reduced sickness absence evident in 82 of
    programmes
  • Holistic wellness programmes can be expected to
    show a positive financial return over a period of
    2-3 years
  • Targeted interventions are more likely to show a
    pay-back period earlier.

BHF Building the Business case report 2014
42
Health benefits
  • Reduces risk of chronic conditions
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Obesity
  • Mental health problems
  • Musculoskeletal problems
  • Improves peoples quality of life
  • More energy
  • Less stressed
  • More relaxed
  • Healthier body shape
  • Sleep more easily
  • Social aspect
  • More self-confidence

43
Group activity
  • Post it note exercise (2 mins)
  • What are the benefits of promoting physical
    activity and health in the workplace for
    employees?
  • What are the benefits of promoting physical
    activity and health in the workplace for
    employers?

44
Benefits to employees
  • Improved health and wellbeing more active,
    fitter, less stressed
  • Reduced risk of illness and diseases
  • Increased understanding of health
  • Enhanced self-esteem
  • Increased job satisfaction and morale
  • Increased communication and social support
  • Opportunities to network across the business
  • Inclusive of under-represented groups

45
Benefits to employers
  • Healthy staff - more satisfied, productive and
    resilient
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Physical activity initiatives can reduce
    absenteeism by up to 20 and physically active
    workers take 27 fewer sick days
  • Reduced costs related to injuries and accidents
  • Reduced recruitment costs
  • Reduced staff turnover
  • Team building
  • Positive company image and profile
  • Mitigate some of the problems of an ageing
    workforce.

46
Case Study Film
47
Break
48
Being a Workplace Challenge Champion
49
What do you think a Workplace Challenge Champion
should be/ do?
  • Discussion
  • Discuss with the person next to you the top
    qualities and skills of a Workplace Challenge
    Champion.

50
Skills of a Workplace Challenge Champion
  • Enthusiastic
  • Motivated
  • Good communicator
  • Organised
  • Approachable
  • Influencer
  • Persistence/ focus
  • Open to ideas/ listener
  • Inclusive

51
What is a Workplace Challenge Champion
  • A dedicated individual with a remit or keen
    interest in workplace health, keen to make a
    difference and improve health at their workplace
    by increasing participation in sport and physical
    activity.
  • Able to influence others and sell the benefits of
    a healthy and active workplace.

52
Behaviour Change
53
Behaviour Change thank you Sport England
  • Group Task
  • What will motivate people at your workplace to
    change (get active/ be more active/ healthy)?
  • The psychology that underlies the changing of
    behaviours is complex. Two researchers named
    Prochaska and DiClemente developed a way of
    describing it they called the Stages of Change
    Model.

54
We understand more about people than ever before
  • and what this means for sport
  • How we all tick

55
Firstly what colour is this shape?
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BLUE
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We all make more gut decisions than thoughtful
decisions
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Habits and shortcuts shape our lives
62
We are mainly driven by emotion
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Examples from the world of sport
64
Were deeply programmed to fit in with the people
around us
65
Technology plays a role but Technology may be
more effective
VS
VS
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We prioritise NOW over the future
  • we may have long term goals
  • but we expect results or progress fast!
  • we process immediate costs and benefits more than
    longer term

67
Immediate reward is a part of habit
68
What makes us feel rewarded by an experience?
69
The entire customer journey matters
70
Behaviour change is a journey and falling off
the wagon is normal
Id rather go out with mates thanks
Ive been thinking about maybe joining a gym but
theyre so expensive!
Ive finally signed up to a local gym
Trying to go to the gym once a week but doesnt
always go to plan!
Having to work on a Sat morning this is the
first time Ive missed my class in years!
SOURCE Prochaska and Diclemente
Transtheoretical Model of Behaviour Change
Changes and breaks in activity are normal
71
This is why one size does not fit all
72
COM-B (Michie et al. 2011d)
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COM-B (Michie et al. 2011d)
74
COM-B group task
75
Behaviour Change Guidance
  • NICE Guidance PH49 Behaviour Change Individual
    Approaches http//www.nice.org.uk/guidance/PH49

76
Gaining support and commitment
77
Activity
  • Think about your organisation and how you have or
    could gain and maintain support and commitment
    from
  • Management
  • Champions
  • Employees
  • BHF Building the business case booklet - template
    tool, evidence report and cost calculator

78
Gaining management support
  • From the start
  • Management sponsor
  • Meet with management what do they want?
  • Aims, objectives, success indicators
  • Key drivers e.g. sickness absence, retention,
    CSR, productivity
  • Share success of other organisations
  • Build a business case

79
Gaining management support
  • Build a business case
  • Sell benefits to organisation
  • Link to indicators/ key drivers/ business
    benefits/ organisations mission and vision
    statement
  • What staff are saying
  • Be clear - what the programme is trying to
    achieve
  • Transparency time and resources
  • BHF Building the business case booklet - webpage,
    template tool, evidence report and cost
    calculator

80
Maintaining management support
  • Agree time
  • coordinator/ champions
  • employees to take part
  • Health at Work policy
  • Encourage active participation
  • Regular contact updates, results, success
    stories

81
Gaining champion support
  • Getting the right champions is vital
  • More than 1 is essential share responsibility
  • People from different departments / sites
  • People at different grades/ ages
  • Volunteers/ enthusiastic people
  • Promote opportunity
  • Intranet/ internet, notice boards, team meetings,
    social media, staff survey
  • Role description clarify benefits, make
    attractive, support
  • Clear expectations

82
Gaining champion support
  • Find out their interests/ skills/ experience/ how
    they want to get involved
  • Identify hidden talent at your workplace!
  • Suggest ways they could be involved
  • Communication/ brainstorm ideas/ working group/
    specialist skills/ organise activities/ provide
    feedback/ lead or run activity sessions/ offer
    coaching
  • Establish one off/ regular commitment

83
Maintaining champion support
  • Support - meetings and 11s- regular
  • Training personal and professional development
  • Champions get together - share experiences and
    ideas
  • Dedicated time per week
  • Recognition
  • Responsibility
  • Leadership
  • Reward

84
Gaining employee support
  • Time, persistence and constant communication
  • Make the purpose very clear
  • Make them feel part of the programme
  • Find out what employees want
  • Management to show support time to participate
  • Communication

85
Engaging employees
  • Visible management support
  • promote activities
  • participation with employees
  • recognise success
  • Workplace champions
  • communicate and encourage peers
  • gain feedback
  • Work with employees who show early interest
  • get initiatives started, create early success
  • communicate success widely

86
Maintaining employee engagement
  • Incentives
  • Prizes/ awards
  • Competition (friendly)
  • Maintain communication
  • Success personal stories
  • Feedback update

87
Lunch
88
Support and resources to get your workplace active
89
County Sports Partnerships - CSPs
  • CSPs can support workplaces with local
    development of sport and PA for PHE staff e.g.
  • Presentations
  • Surveys/ needs assessments
  • Planning activities and challenges
  • Access to the Workplace Challenge website/ app
  • Coach/ leader training
  • Marketing and communications campaigns and
    challenges
  • Reporting/ participation data
  • Links to local activities/ providers NGBs,
    facilities, clubs, coaches/ instructors
  • Products and services events, consultancy,
    training, sponsorship opportunities, bespoke
    versions

90
Workplace Challenge Competition Programme and
Business Games events
  • Fun
  • Low cost
  • No experience necessary
  • Instruction provided
  • Supported and delivered by NGBs
  • Links to local sessions and clubs
  • Book online
  • www.workplacechallenge.org.uk/competitions

91
National Governing Bodies of Sport
  • NGB products training info sheet
  • NGB offers, a-z

92
Sport England PHE Active Design Guide 10
principles
  • http//www.sportengland.org/facilities-planning/pl
    anning-for-sport/planning-tools-and-guidance/activ
    e-design/

93
Sport England PHE Active Design Guide 10
principles
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BHF Health at Work Programme Resources
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Join Health at Work
  • Free Membership
  • Includes
  • Welcome pack
  • E-newsletter
  • Quarterly member pack
  • Resources
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Heart Helpline (0300 330 3311)

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ResourcesAvailable at bhf.org.uk/health-at-work/r
esources
  • Health at Work Toolkit
  • Posters
  • Pocket mission booklet
  • Workplace event guide
  • Health at Work Calendar 2016
  • Business case booklet, template tool, evidence
    report, cost calculator

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Health at Work Website
  • BMA Patient Information award 2011
  • Physical activity, healthy eating, mental
    wellbeing and behaviour change
  • Resources
  • Challenges Be active, Hydration Challenge
  • Success Stories including videos
  • News and Blog
  • Events further training

98
Pedometer Challenge Pack
  • Step-by-step guide
  • Posters
  • Adaptable letter, folder and weekly emails
  • Individual team step count sheet
  • Information sheets
  • Progress chart
  • Rules and safety tips
  • Certificates
  • A complimentary pedometer

99
Resistance bands
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BHF physical activity resources
  • BHF activity calories calculator
  • Ten minutes to change your life
  • Get active stay active booklet
  • Put your heart into walking
  • Chair exercises
  • BHF events
  • Training zones
  • Heart matters magazine, tools, recipes,
    motivational emails
  • EFDS Inclusive Communications guide

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Get in touch
  • E-mail healthatwork_at_bhf.org.uk
  • Phone 020 7554 0355
  • To order resources
  • Call 0870 600 6566
  • Email orderline_at_bhf.org.uk
  • Health at Work Website
  • bhf.org.uk/healthatwork

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Useful links
  • Workplace Challenge website www.workplacechallenge
    .org.uk
  • CSP Network www.cspnetwork.org
  • Workplace Challenge promotional materials
    www.workplacechallenge.org.uk/resources
  • BHF Health at Work www.bhf.org.uk/healthatwork
  • Workplace Challenge Manifesto www.workplacechallen
    ge.org.uk/manifesto
  • Sport England www.sportengland.org
  • Sport England Disability Sport
    www.sportengland.org/our-work/disability
  • Sport England NGBs http//www.sportengland.org/o
    ur-work/national-governing-bodies/
  • English Federation of Disability Sport
    www.efds.co.uk

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More links
  • This Girl Can www.thisgirlcan.co.uk
  • One You www.nhs.uk/oneyou
  • NICE Guidance Workplace Health
    www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng13
  • NICE Guidance Behaviour Change
    www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ph49

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Wesport Workplace Challenge
105
Organising activities and events
106
Activity
  • Share what you have done to promote physical
    activity in your workplace or ideas that you
    have.
  • Consider
  • How you raised awareness
  • What opportunities you gave
  • How you created an inclusive and supportive
    environment

107
EAST - a helpful guide to using a behaviour
change approach to plan activities
  • Easy
  • make sure it fits into my life
  • reduce the hassle factor of the experience
  • simplify messages
  • Attractive
  • attract attention make it relevant and
    appealing to me
  • incentivise me to start and reward me afterwards
  • Social
  • use the power of social networks and norms
  • deliver in a place thats within my normal
    boundaries
  • encourage people to make a commitment to others
  • Timely
  • prompt me when Im likely to be most receptive
  • promote the immediate benefits
  • help me plan my actions

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Planning and promotion
  • Moving at the right PACE
  • P People who will you work with?
  • A Activity what activity might you do?
  • C Communication how will you communicate with
    the people you want to work with to engage them
    in your activity?
  • E Expand how will your activity grow?

109
Activity
With a partner identify 3 barriers you might face
in the workplace.
Choose 1 barrier and provide a possible solution.
How have you overcome barriers?
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Barriers to participation
  • Time, perception of sport and PA, fitness,
    availability, self image, how to get started,
    money
  • Groups under represented in sport
  • Women (see www.thisgirlcan.co.uk)
  • BME groups
  • Disabled people
  • Socio economic status

111
Workplace Games
112
Workplace Games!
  • Try different games that you can do at your
    workplace!

113
Action planning and next steps
114
Action Planning
  • Think about what you have heard about today
  • Choose an activity you would like to introduce in
    your workplace
  • Consider what you will need to do implement this
    in your workplace
  • Template action plan for champions to start to
    complete

115
Whats next?
  • Write on a post-it one thing you will take away
    from today
  • Survey/ find out what your colleagues would like
    to do and whats stopping them currently taking
    part.
  • Contact your CSP to find out about local support
    available for the development of sport and
    physical activity www.cspnetwork.org
  • Complete your profile and make use of features on
    the system www.workplacechallenge.org.uk
  • Make use of the BHF HaW programme
  • Question - How can we support you following the
    training and whats the best way for you to stay
    involved?

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Evaluation form
  • Please can you fill in your evaluation form as we
    will use your feedback to improve future training
    sessions.

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