5 April 2019
5 April 2019, London (UK): ImproveWell LTD announces the appointment of Rowena Wilding as Marketing Manager.
Rowena has a strong combination of digital, marketing and communications expertise. With more than 10 years’ experience working with small and medium-sized enterprises, she has been responsible for planning and implementing holistic strategies which improve engagement and increase visibility, helping organisations to build their reputation and brand. Having led multiple projects managing a variety of stakeholder groups, Rowena has a proven track record of driving growth. Rowena holds a Bachelor of Theology degree from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Birmingham.
Lara Mott, CEO and Co-founder of ImproveWell, commented: “Rowena brings a highly complementary skillset to ImproveWell. With a growing user base, we are looking forward to Rowena leading our marketing and communication capabilities to deliver increasingly valuable insights and programme support to our customers.”
Rowena Wilding, Marketing Manager at ImproveWell, said: “I firmly believe that prioritising employee wellbeing and cultivating joy in the workplace will make a significant impact across healthcare. I am excited to join the team and support our customers’ pioneering engagement and continuous improvement initiatives.”
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Notes to Editors:
A more engaged workforce leads to better patient outcomes and improved performance. ImproveWell is a digital solution focused on Quality Improvement (QI) which empowers frontline staff to drive change. ImproveWell has three core feedback systems: staff can share theme-based improvement ideas; staff can share how their day at work is going, helping organisations track workforce sentiment; and staff can complete bespoke pulse surveys. An intelligent data dashboard allows programme leads to capture real-time data, prioritise QI efforts, measure change and publish reports, completing the feedback loop. From the ward to the board, everyone can make suggestions to improve their workplace. For further information, please visit www.improvewell.com.
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