Race and Workplace Wellbeing Workshop @MADWorld on 21st October

How does the current state of racial inequalities in the workplace affect an individual’s sense of belonging and impact on their mental wellbeing? And what practical actions can you take to drive change now?

To respond to these key questions, we’re delighted that this year’s MADWorld Summit on 21st October will host an hour long, free to attend “Race and Workplace Wellbeing” workshop, from 11.15am – 12.15pm, in association with executive recruitment and diversity consultancy Green Park and Race Equality Matters.

The workshop features a fantastic lineup of speakers including:

The panel will focus on the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives that are positively impacting ethnic minority employee’s mental health and wellbeing across the UK. It will also highlight the steps you can take to implement these initiatives within your own organisation.

Find out more about the Race and Workplace Wellbeing Workshop @MADWorld here.

The workshop is free to attend, but space is limited and places are available on a first come basis. To reserve your place, contact [email protected].

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.

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