We’re counting down the days to the 4th Annual MADWorld Summit – the sister event of Make A Difference Media. The Summit is now firmly established as the go-to solutions-focused conference and exhibition dedicated to turning talk into action; creating cultures of care and embedding mental health and wellbeing as a strategic business priority.
With keynotes, case studies, panels, roundtables, workshops, a Think Tank and the TechTalk Awards, there really is no other Summit like MADWorld. With the event just a few days away (it’s taking place in Central London, in person, on Thursday 21st October), the agenda is now complete. You can see the full schedule for the day here.
We’ve got 75+ speakers, all sharing their insights so others can learn from their experiences. The final fantastic speakers that round off our stellar lineup are:
- Football legend and game changer Kelly Smith MBE, who will be in conversation for the closing keynote with journalist and storyteller, Laura Hearn
- Donald MacRae, HR Director EMEA, Starbucks, who will be facilitating a roundtable with his Commercial Finance Director Jonny Jacobs, focused on Collaborating across departments to grow grassroots initiatives and achieve C-suite support
- The eloquent Marteka Swaby, Founder, Benevolent Health, will be joining the opening keynote panel: “Mental health and wellbeing: from margins to mainstream business priority”
- Andy Holmes, Global Head of Wellbeing, Reckitt, will bring his perspective to the panel session “Fast forward: future-proofing workplace wellbeing”
- Sophie Gregory, Health and Wellbeing Journey Owner, Group People & Property, Lloyds Banking Group will be bringing her perspective to Happence’s free to attend workshop: “When everyone’s included, everyone wins: moving away from a one-size fits all approach to workplace wellbeing”.
- Amelia Birch, Head of Early Talent at Wiser will be co-facilitating a roundtable with Dr Amanda McNamee, Senior Mental Fitness Scientist, Fika Mental Fitness focused on“Reaching hard to engage audiences. What’s an appropriate role for employers in enforcing preventative Duty of Care when it comes to Mental Health and Wellbeing?”
The MAD World Summit is on Thursday 21st October, in-person at 133 Houndsditch in Central London. The Summit is the go-to event for employers who want to Make A Difference to workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing.
There are 3 ways to attend – either with a Full Pass which includes the keynotes, case studies, roundtables and refreshments, a Free Pass for the workshops and exhibition, or a post-event Digital Pass. For more information visit the event agenda or to book visit the booking page.