Live Roundtable Webinar: Tackle Toxicity and Forge A Culture of Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace

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This webinar has now taken place and the recording can be viewed here

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

The good news is that, even though 50% of all work related illnesses in 2020/21 were mental health related, 66% of employees spoke about their mental health to someone at work in 2020 and 49% of those employees said they received a positive and supportive response

But while we’re all taking mental health more seriously, many HR and wellbeing leaders are still frustrated with the lack of lasting change. Taboos still exist and 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 remain disappointing.

How can HR and leaders bring lasting change to the workplace?

If you’re struggling to make a real difference to mental health and wellbeing in your workplace, join us on Tuesday 29 March from 10.00am – 11.45am for our next Make A Difference interactive webinar, sponsored by Feel Good. The webinar: “Tackle toxicity and forge a culture of mental health and resilience in the workplace” will provide practical insights into:

  1. Why most mental health initiatives fall short
  2. Practical, tried and tested solutions that are making a difference
  3. How to approach leadership development to create a lasting culture of care

The panel 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.

Expert panellists include:

  • Leeanne Young, Health & Wellbeing Expert
  • Claire Hallmey, International Wellbeing Manager, Oracle
  • Liz Pillans, Talent Acquisition & Development Manager, De’ Longhi Group
  • Laura Fisher, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Feel Good
  • Jill Williams, Organisational Psychologist, Feel Good

As a new feature, we’ll be offering an extended period for Q & A with the speakers and sharing ideas with the other attendees at the end of the session.

The content is designed for:

• C-Suite, HR, Learning & Development, Culture & Transformation Leaders
• Talent, Engagement and Communication Leaders
• Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders
• Wellbeing Leaders and Champions

In other words, anyone who is responsible for the wellbeing of colleagues and wants to ensure they are providing the right support both now and in the future.

We look forward to seeing you there. If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register anyway and we’ll send you the recording a few days after the session.

This webinar has now taken place and the recording can be viewed here

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