Kasia is a passionate advocate for making a workplace a healthier and happier place, with wellbeing at the forefront of the workplace culture. She has an extensive experience of managing projects with a proven track record of successful implementation of new systems and wellbeing initiatives. Since 2018 she has been a driving force behind the Wellbeing Network at the Royal Albert Hall that aims to foster, promote, champion and strengthen the health and wellbeing of its staff.
Under Kasia’s leadership the Hall has gained a recognition from the Mayor of London (London Healthy Workplace Award – Achievement Level), and UKCCF (Silver medallists in the Best Health and Wellbeing Programme), plus a nomination from the Inside Out Awards for the best support for furloughed workers. To read more about the initiatives that the Hall has been leading on in the recent months visit: Q&A with Kasia Kuchnicka from the Royal Albert Hall.
Overseeing the Wellbeing Network, Kasia finds her efforts to help and inspire others to look after their mental and physical health in a creative way very rewarding.
Real. At. Work.
The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions
Real. At. Work. The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions will bring together experts, leading employers and advocates from different sectors of the UK economy to discuss, challenge and shine a light on the significant challenges faced by the workforce of today.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Awards recognising & championing Britain's workplace wellbeing heroes
Launched in partnership by the founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and industry experts and Great British Entrepreneur alumni brand Wellity Workplace Wellbeing, this programme shines a spotlight on those positively changing the lives of the Great British workforce. These awards have been launched to recognise and champion the incredible steps taken by many employers, service providers and individuals in response to our global wellbeing crisis.
This year's shortlist included:
Workplace Wellbeing Matters