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Live Panel: When Mental Health & Inclusivity collide

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“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality.”
Dr Martin Luther King

 

Organisations today are facing obstacles preventing them from championing the change they need to bring mental health & inclusivity to the heart of their culture.

A radical shift needs to occur. This event will shine a new lens on mental health and inclusivity and tackle both these challenges to successfully bring about the change needed.

 

Here’s why this event is important to you:

  1. Regulators & shareholders are demanding faster progress around inclusivity and psychological health (ISO 45003, ISO 30415).
  2. With a talent war, mental health must be prioritised to attract & retain the best.
  3. Prioritising inclusion is not just a regulatory requirement, but it’s the moral next step for organisations.

 

Our panel will explore real life stories and practical strategies that have worked in some of the world’s most influential organisations.

Each expert has been carefully chosen to bring a unique perspective on how you can overcome the mental health & inclusivity challenges you face at your organisation.

 

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Jaqui - World Mental Health Day Quote    Sandra - World Mental Health Day Quote

Caroline Adam - World Mental Health Day Quote    Julia Sandford Caroline Adam - World Mental Health Day Quote

 

Meet the panel:  

  1. Charles Alberts, Head of Wellbeing Solutions: Aon
  2. Caroline Adam, Head of UK Reward & Wellbeing: Johnson Matthey
  3. Dr Amanda Mwale, Clinical Psychologist: Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
  4. Sandra Kerr, Race Director: Business in the Community
  5. Jacqui Wilmshurst, Chartered Psychologist, ex-Head of Wellbeing: TikTok, Co-Founder: Safety in Mind
  6. Hosted by Julia Sandford, Occupational Psychologist and Senior Consultant: Feel Good

Event agenda:

  1. How can you bridge mental health and inclusivity to impact the employee experience?
  2. How to champion the change needed in your organisation
  3. Discover what other global organisations are doing to create healthy and inclusive cultures
  4. Optional: 30-minute post-panel networking & Q&A

Event details: 

  1. 19th October, 11:00 – 12:00 BST
  2. Optional 30-minute networking after

 

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