We live in a changing context, in which it is increasingly important for companies to have a organizational wellness strategywith the purpose of retain the talent of its workersand give them the best conditions within a good working environment. For this it is necessary to have a specialized and qualified trainingwhich allows applying the most appropriate tools to design the roadmap and incorporate that culture into the organization.
This learning is what we find in the Master of Strategic Management in Organizational Well-being (DEBO)which is now in its 5th Edition and which combines skills and technical knowledge of more than 35 facilitators, of recognized prestige, nationally and internationally in areas like leadershipcommunication, marketing, personal brand sustainability, digitization, diversity, conciliation, transformation and development of talent or neurohappiness, among others. Always under the rigor granted by scientific methodology, derived from positive occupational psychologyproviding management models for health and people, Organizational Well-being certification models and the HERO model (Healthy and Resilient Organizations).
Marisa Salanova, Teresa Viejo, Ignacio Fernández, Miguel Ángel Díaz, Eva Collado, Belén Varela, Joan Bacardi or Paloma Fuentes are some of the teachers who teach the classes in this master’s degree, which has a innovative training system, with live classes, mentoring and the possibility of attending congresses, conferences and events, learn about their good practices from leading companiesfavoring the networking, and participating in a community for sharing of ideas and experiences within the framework of organizational well-being.
This year, the DEBO Master has the incorporation into the teaching team with Juan Carlos Cubeiro, Santiago Vázquez, or Álvaro Merino, and in the individual coaching area with Maty Tchey, Laura Chica and Elisa Escorihuela. In addition, another of the innovations that are part of this edition is that they have been awarded two scholarships for recognized positive managers in the VIII Optimista Hospital Foundation Awardswho will take this master’s degree with the students, directed by Carmen Soler and Mercedes Aznarwhich has prestigious international partners and that after five editions it has become a true Training reference for all those who want to lead change in their organizations.
The students who participate this year in the training are CEOs, those interested in humanistic management models, managers, those responsible for occupational risk prevention, human resources and CSR, those responsible for organizational well-being and professionals linked to consulting, coming from Spain and of others countries like Mexico, USA, Chile and Ecuador.
Carmen Soler stresses that “interest in how to build a The culture of well-being is booming in the face of a scenario in which companies must face great challenges in this year 2023 and in which labor well-being has come to the fore, being one of its main strategic axes. And it is that it has been shown that, the greater job satisfaction, the greater productivity and less absenteeism and sick leave, so investing in health is synonymous with progress, growth, a commitment to a healthier and also more competitive environment”.
For more information and registration for the 6th edition of the DEBO Master, see this link.