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The National Workplace Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019 will assess the latest practical insights in supporting employers to develop high quality health and wellbeing strategies which enhance productivity, improve employee satisfaction and support long term retention

Confirmed Speakers

Abigail Hirshman
Specialist Lead on Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace,
Acas
Dr Steven Boorman CBE
Chair,
Council for Work and Health
Claire Perkins
Deputy Director, Priorities and Programmes Division, Health Improvement Directorate,
Public Health England
Genevieve Smyth
Professional Advisor and Lead on Work,
Royal College of Occupational Therapists, Council for Work and Health
Peter Kelly
Senior Psychologist on the Health and Work Programme,
Health and Safety Executive
Tabitha Jay
Director, Joint Work and Health Unit,
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC)
Cherry White
Workplace Wellbeing Manager,
Versus Arthritis
Susan Gee
Group Occupational Health and Wellbeing Manager,
Yorkshire Water
Ian Edwards
Programme Director - Nomura Health and Fitness,
Nomura International plc
Ajay Khandelwal
CEO,
Lambeth and Southwark Mind
Anna Davison
Head of Workplace Health,
UKactive
Ben Willmott
Head of Public Policy,
CIPD
Tamara Djuretic
Director of Public Health,
London Borough of Barnet
Gillian Connor
Head of Policy Partnerships,
Rethink Mental Illness
Gareth Mullen
Head of Safety, Health, Wellbeing & Security and Mental Health First Aider,
Thames Water Utilities Ltd
Paul Riches
Product Manager Digital Workplace and Volunteer Mindfulness Teacher,
TFL
Guy Dickson
Head of People Strategy,
North Bristol NHS Trust
Matt Liggins
Head of Business Development,
Active Partnerships

120+ ATTENDEES

20+ SPEAKERS

2 TAILORED STREAMS

8+ HOURS OF CPD CONTENT

Testimonials

A real light bulb moment, in how to move forwards the Health and Wellbeing agenda

HR Manager, Hertfordshire County Council

It was an excellent event, which had a great combination of theory and practice. Well worth attending

Employee Wellbeing Manager, Public Health Wales NHS Trust

The event was extremely insightful, informative and effectively delivered what it said the event was about. The speakers were all experienced and knowledgeable on the subject of health and wellbeing but also passionate and offered interesting and different view points. This was one of the best events that I have attended in a long time.

Health, Safety and Wellbeing Manager, Warwickshire County Council

A very well organised and insightful event. I was really looking forward to attending as I am very keen to get a wellbeing at work policy started in my workplace; I left there with lots of information and tips on how to go about this and am feeling really confident I will be able to proceed, plus I now also have a list of contacts who I can get in touch with if I need more info.

HR Manager

Good event was good for networking and sharing ideas. Case studies and speakers were relatable and engaging, venue was lovely and not too small.

HR Officer, Hertfordshire County Council

It was great to hear some of the case studies and feedback on what works well in different organisations. Also incredibly useful to network and share experiences with other HR & OH professionals.

Senior HR Advisor, ACRO Criminal Records Office

A diverse day with a range of speakers and issues ranging from Government Strategy to real life Case Study in a major organisation and personal testimony of how an enlightened approach by an employer can be career saving. Especially good if you are growing a Wellbeing Agenda in your organisation.

Employee Relations Manager, Alzheimer's Society

I found this event very informative and engaging with an impressively high calibre of speakers. The content was want I was expecting and I came away with knowledge and ideas to research further for our organisation. A great seminar well done to all involved.

HR Manager, Windmill Hill City Farm Ltd

Etc.Venues Prospero House

241 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1GA

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