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24th July, 2020

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Online Conference

Westminster Insight’s Bi-Annual Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Conference will explore how employers have supported employees through COVID-19. Join peers from a range of sectors and gain actionable strategies to improve staff engagement, morale, boost productivity and navigate the new normal.

Overcoming challenges posed both during and post COVID-19, you will hear from employers on promoting positive wellbeing through the pandemic. You will also learn how to integrate mental health in yourorganisation’s culture, maximise budgets by developing effective earlyinterventions and de-stigmatise mental health so it becomes part of everyday conversation.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Paul Devoy, CEO, Investors in People
  • Geoff McDonald, Founder, Minds@Work & Former Global Vice President HR, Unilever
  • Ian Edwards, Programme Director - Nomura Health and Fitness, Nomura International plc *Britain’s Healthiest Place to Work for 3 years running, 2016-2019*
  • Kate Cooper, Head of Research, Policy and Standards, The Institute of Leadership & Management
  • Abigail Hirshman, Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing, ACAS
  • Suki K Bassi, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer, HappyMaven Wellbeing in Business
  • Ed Corbett, Head of Human & Organisational Performance, Health and Safety Executive
  • Gemma Woodhouse, Partner, Employment, Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP
  • Rakhee Patel, Institute for Employment Studies
  • Stephen May, Director, Screen Arts Institute
  • Leandra Cardozo, Senior Account Director, Anytime Fitness

Key points:

  • Establishing Leadership in Mental Health: Assessing the importance of clear guidelines for staff, the need to celebrate success and being flexible to suit the individuals needs
  • Tackling Stigma and Improving Communications Across the Organisation: Reviewing the most effective ways of increasing engagement, productivity and business growth
  • Integrating Mental Wellbeing into the Company Strategy: Retaining high standards, to ensure mental well-being initiates are not a 'one off' and is fully integrated into the company's culture
  • Making Reasonable Adjustments: Exploring mental health and employment law to ensure employers can deal with difficult situations lawfully
  • Identifying Stressors in the Workplace to Tackle the Root Causes of Mental Health: Exploring ways of measuring work-related stress, as well as methods of assessment
  • Learning from Best Practice: Gain practical toolkits to implement in your organisation to increase staff engagement

Westminster Insight will be live streaming all forthcoming events while social distancing measures are in place.

Conference details: Thursday 26th November 2020, 09:15-15.45, Streamed Live

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Promotional Codes (codes will expire at 9pm, Friday 31st July 2020)

CCRFZO-2969776 for 20% off for 1 delegate

CCRFEO-2969776 for 30% off for 2+ delegates

Pay online and receive a further 10% discount.

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