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Prioritising Staff Wellbeing in Higher Education

A Change Impact Programme designed to empower institutions to proactively address the wellbeing needs of their staff.

Advance HE’s Change Impact Programme (ChIP) “Prioritising Staff Wellbeing in Higher Education” is designed to empower institutions to proactively address the wellbeing needs of their staff, fostering a healthy and thriving work environment that supports both personal and professional growth.

This programme will equip higher education institutions with the necessary tools, resources, and guidance to build a sustainable framework for staff wellbeing, fostering a positive and inclusive workplace environment that attracts and retains talent and works to improve outcomes for students as a result.

Register your interest

If you would like to register your interest for this project, please fill out the form below and we will contact you with further information. 

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Programme benefits

  • University leaders can demonstrate their commitment to staff wellbeing
  • Collaborative approach increases accountability for leaders to make change
  • Collaborative approach increases opportunities to share ideas for interventions and projects
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Key Information

  • The project will start w/c 4 March 2024
  • The project duration is 4 months
  • There are a maximum of 10 places available
  • The cost to join for Advance HE UK member institutions is £6,000 (plus VAT)
  • The deadline to join the programme is 12 January 2024
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Structure of the project

The programme includes a survey-based assessment of the current issues and best practices for staff well-being within institutions, identifying key areas of concern and potential improvement. Through data-driven analysis and benchmarking, the ChIP will provide actionable recommendations to enhance staff well-being initiatives, policies, and support mechanisms. The programme includes:

  • Pre-survey for participants (open mid-January to mid-February 2024)
  • Consultative calls (7, 12 and 21 March 2024)
  • Roundtable event (17 April 2024)
  • Face-to-face event (2 May 2024)
  • Mindshare exchange sessions (June 2024)
  • Data analysis and benchmarking
  • Report generation
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Meet the project lead

Juliette Morgan

Senior Consultant (Student Success)
Advance HE
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Juliette Morgan is a National Teaching Fellow and Collaborative Excellence Award winner. Juliette’s current role is Senior Consultant (student success) with Advance HE. Her interests include student success, mental health and wellbeing, student enablement and leadership in Higher Education.
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