Live Roundtable: Tackle Toxicity & Forge A Culture of Mental Health & Resilience In The Workplace

Is your workplace culture optimised for mental health & resilience or are cultural challenges blocking you? What can leaders and HR professionals learn from the pandemic to overcome these challenges and bring lasting change to their people and workplace?

March 23, 12:00 to 13:30 GMT

Virtual Event

Free to attend Expert Panelists Network with peers

    The pandemic has provided an opportunity for HR leaders to optimise their workplace culture for good mental health. With many organisations now returning to the office, now is the time to redesign our working environments to set a new gold standard in workplace mental wellbeing.


    of all work related illnesses in 2020/21 were mental health related

    of employees spoke about their mental health to someone at work in 2020


    of those employees said they received a positive and supportive response

    While we are all taking mental health more seriously, HR leaders are still frustrated with the lack of lasting change. Talking about mental health is still taboo. Burnout remains a badge of honour. Leaders still don’t role model the change they say they seek – if they say it at all. Engagement, take-up and long-lasting change ultimately remains disappointing.


    How can HR & Leaders bring lasting change to the workplace?


    Our first Brilliant Minds Virtual Event will explore radical insights, research and ideas to redesigning the workplace around mental wellbeing, including:

    1. Why most mental health initiatives fall short.
    2. What organisations can do to capitalise on the opportunity the pandemic has presented.
    3. How to shape a future that helps people and organisations prosper in 2022 and beyond.

    Our expert panellists will dig into the fundamental nature of the modern workplace and the leader’s role in introducing science-based wellbeing initiatives in the workplace that ignites change that actually lasts.



    Your incredible panelists

    Jill Williams

    Organisational Psychologist, Feel Good

    Jill is a qualified Organisational Psychologist who specializes in driving performance by harnessing the power of the mind and body. Jill has worked applying psychology in a broad range of high performance, fast paced businesses across a number of commercial sectors.

    Agnieszka Zbierańska

    Business Psychologist, Feel Good

    Experienced Business Psychologist, Coach & NLP Practitioner with a demonstrated history of developing and applying data-driven & research-based behavioural methods in corporate and academic settings.

    More speakers to be announced soon

    What you’ll take away

    1. Understand the true cost of a mentally ill workplace & why mental health initiatives are falling short
    2. Gain insights into science based strategies that are evolving the workplace
    3. Concrete methods of make lasting change in your organisation
    4. Join a growing community of like-minded progressive professionals

    Free to attend Expert Panelists Network with peers