The workshops at MADWorld run alongside the main agenda – for both “delegate” badge holders and exhibition only “visitor” badge holders – from 11.15 to 13.15 and again from 14.15 to 16.00 on 21st October.
Each workshop will run for 50 minutes and accommodate up to 40 attendees. Seating is available on a first come basis but you can express interest in attending any or multiple workshops when you register.
Full details are here and this is a sneak peek of two of the workshops:
How to implement workplace wellbeing, on a shoestring budget
Many employers wish to prioritise mental health and wellbeing, but not all have hefty funds to devote to it. So, how can you implement a mental health and wellbeing strategy with a small, or even no budget? And, where there’s a budget available, what changes do you prioritise?
Join this workshop to hear practical suggestions that you can implement immediately in your organisation and learn how to separate ‘the wheat from the chaff’ when it comes to spending wisely in this busy space.
This workshop will be run by Thomas Duncan Bell, Founder, My Whole Self and Marilise de Villiers, Co-Founder & High-Performance Coach, My Whole Self
How to create long lasting behavioural change with employee wellbeing
Enhancing personal resilience by positively reframing our current context and tapping into our emotions are some of the key ways to help deal with mental, emotional, social and behavioural stress. The process takes time but is one of the ways to ensure long lasting behavioural change when it comes to our wellbeing.
In this interactive workshop, Charted Psychologist Jonathan Passmore and CoachHub UKI Behavioural Scientist Windy Maledu will show how to take the first step in this journey and how you can help your teams face challenges in the future with more strengths and optimism.
This workshop will be facilitated by Prof. Jonathan Passmore, Chartered Psychologist, Henley Business School andWindy Maledu, UKI Behavioural Scientist, CoachHub
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. For more information visit the event agenda or to book visit the booking page.