The coronavirus has impacted our lives in many different ways, leaving in its wake a potential hidden pandemic of mental ill-health which employers need to be prepared for. Some already acknowledge mental health issues in the workplace and do what they can to help. But many are still unsure what measures they can take to support their workforce following a crisis of this magnitude.
Employers who want to understand why wellbeing matters more than ever – and what they can do to help – can join the next agenda-setting interactive webinar which Make A Difference Media is running with the kind support of Happence and in association with The City Mental Health Alliance (the community for mentally healthy businesses).
“The Hidden Pandemic: why wellbeing matters more than ever and what employers can to to help” webinar will take place on Wednesday 26th May from 11.00am – 12.30pm . You can register here.
Taking a “whole organisation” approach to wellbeing
Blending knowledge of business imperatives with clinical expertise the stellar line-up of speakers features:
- Dr Stephen Pereira, Founder-CEO, Happence also described by the Financial Times as “the man calming Chief Executives’ anxiety”
- Janet Pope, Chief of Staff and Group Director, Sustainable Business, Lloyds Banking Group
- Susan Bright, Global Managing Partner, Diversity & Inclusion and Responsible Business, Hogan Lovells and a Non-Executive Director of The City Mental Health Alliance (the community for mentally healthy businesses). in conversation with Dr Nick Earley, Head of Psychology at Happence
Points which the webinar will cover include:
● The mental health impact of the pandemic and the challenges this has created for businesses in 2021 and beyond.
● Approaches to building a strong positive workplace culture that promotes wellbeing and ways to overcome the obstacles that hinder this.
● The preventative strategies employers can put in place to stop increased stress and mental health issues from escalating.
● Case study: How Lloyds Banking Group is taking a “whole organisation” approach to wellbeing – which supports leadership as well as the wider workforce.
● A view to the future of workplace wellbeing.
The content is designed to get to the heart of the information needs of CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CHROs and Chief Medical Officers who are making decisions about investment in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of employees.
It’s also highly relevant for Wellbeing Leaders, HR, Health and Safety and Benefits professionals, Business Transformation Leaders, as well as workplace mental health and wellbeing champions.
In other words, anyone, from any type or size of organisation, who cares about the mental health and wellbeing of their employees.
You can find out more about the presenters and register here.