Enhanced performance through nurturing employee mental health and well-being in the workplace
Dynamic Voice are pleased to have teamed up with Maytree Suicide Respite Centre to create a free workshop, awareness and networking event on September 13th 2016.
If employee well-being and organisational health are important issues for your organisation, join Maytree Suicide Respite Centre and Dynamic Voice HR Consulting Ltd, along with Alastair Campbell (British journalist, broadcaster, political aide and author and Maytree patron), and Professor Keith Hawton, (Director, the Centre for Suicide Research, Oxford University, and Maytree patron) for an engaging and informative workshop.
During the day we will also hear from Alison Unsted, Senior Manager, Diversity and Well-being at Hogan Lovalls, who will share action taken at Hogan Lovalls to support good mental health, and Ben Scanlan, who will share his personal story about how his mental health was affected and supported in the work place.
As employers focus on workplace well-being, some staggering figures have emerged. The Department of Health estimates that one in four of us will experience a mental health problem at some time in our lives, and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) estimate that one in six workers are affected by a mental health challenge at any one time.
This workshop will explore both the factors that can contribute to poor mental health at work, and best practice for optimising good mental health and performance in the workplace.
Who should attend?
This event is for anyone responsible for the overall development and well-being of their organisation and employees, such as CEOs, COOs, Directors, HR Directors or others in senior management positions. It will provide thought provoking insights and ideas for organisations of all types and sizes.
What can I expect?
In this workshop you will hear specialists sharing research and case studies concerning the links between mental health, employee well-being and organisational effectiveness. Participants who have experienced mental health problems will also share their experience of what supported them in being effective at work.
The workshop will be highly interactive, enabling you to actively explore mental health in the workplace at a personal and organisational level with like-minded executives from a wide range of organisations. There will also be a post-event follow up pack recording the learning that emerges from the day.
When and Where?
The event will take place on Tuesday 13th September between 2pm - 7pm, with an opportunity to network and chat over drinks and canapes afterwards.
It is being held at Resource for London 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
How to apply to reserve a place
Please note that places are limited, so early application is encouraged.