Welcome to this week’s edition of Make A Difference News. As we count down to the MAD World Summit, this is your weekly feast of profile interviews, news, reports, case studies, features, practical tools and more for employers who want to make a difference to work culture, mental health and wellbeing.
This week, we’re focused on autonomy – why it’s fundamental to good work and workplace wellbeing – wherever you’re working. First, a case study highlighting how National Grid’s call centre colleagues co-created working practices that support their mental health and wellbeing. Practical tips also from Louise Aston from BITC, the HR guru Stephen Bevan and Hoxby.
Plus news of fresh webinars and and a profile interview with Hannah Pearsall, Head of Wellbeing, Hays, who will also be joining us as a speaker at our 5th annual MAD World Summit – taking place on 11th October in Central London.
If you’re an EMPLOYER, there’s just time to sign up for 3 x 15 minute 1-2-1 meetings with exhibitors at the Summit. This will also entitle you to a FREE DELEGATE PASS WORTH £595.00 and access to all sessions. Terms and conditions apply, view here.
Wherever you are on your workplace wellbeing journey, dive right in and see what you can share with colleagues – right across your organisation.
Claire Farrow, Global Head of Content & Editor