In our opening keynote, we will review the state of mental health in the UK today, understanding how and when employers can appropriately step in to support the mental wellbeing of their staff.
Leaders are often the very people responsible for distilling a mental health strategy from the top down across an organisation, but how can they prioritise their own mental wellbeing whilst leading a business? This solutions-focused panel discussion will take a deep dive into this topic and highlight exactly how to look after the mental health of leadership.
This ‘In conversation with’ session will underline the importance of effective communication when it comes to the success of your mental health strategy, and also show how to grow and evolve your mental health workstream over time for maximum impact.
Gambling addiction is a serious issue within the workforce, and this is only at risk of growing as a result of the current cost of living crisis. This panel discussion will look at the impact that gambling addiction has on employee mental health, showing how employers can recognise warning signs and provide help to these members of staff.
In this session, we’ll preview initial findings from our This Can Happen Index to highlight what the data is telling us when it comes to mental wellbeing at work, and the reasons why employees might not be asking for the help or support that they need.
This insight-driven keynote will spotlight the connection between gender and mental health, revealing significant findings from Deloitte’s Women at Work research, and showing how employers can tackle these challenges to create an equal playing field when it comes to workplace mental health.
Fertility and mental wellbeing at work is a pressing issue for employers. In fact, the UK government has just committed £1.97 million to supporting women experiencing reproductive health issues in the workplace. This panel will focus on the connection between fertility and mental health, and share learnings for businesses about how to offer tangible support in this area.
Diagnosed mental ill health can often remain taboo at work, and we want to break this stigma through this intimate and eye-opening 1:1 interview about psychosis in the workplace, and the elements that employers should be aware of.
In our closing keynote of the day, we’ll hear from Sam Franklin, CEO at Otta, about the nine day fortnight that has been implemented at Otta, the impact that the business is seeing in terms of staff mental wellbeing, and also the reasons for – and potential benefits of – choosing a nine day fortnight over a four day working week.
All prices are per delegate
- Single Pass to one half-day conference - £250 +VAT
- Annual pass to five half-day conferences - £700 +VAT