Mental wellbeing in the workplace
Wednesday 10 May
This event is sponsored by KPMG. Ticket sale proceeds will be donated to Mind
Personal and leadership responsibility for mental wellbeing in the workplace
Work-related mental ill-health costs UK Plc close to £100bn per annum through lost days and staff turnover. This event explores what we as business leaders can do to strengthen workplace mental wellbeing. Paul Farmer will outline progress made since Mind launched its “Taking Care of Business” campaign in 2010 and will explore where mental health sits in relation to health and safety, diversity and boardroom leadership. John Binns will also share his personal experience of overcoming severe depression whilst a Partner in Deloitte; reflecting on what went well and what didn’t as well as his experience of setting-up wellbeing initiatives within Deloitte.
John Binns was an Equity Partner at Deloitte from 2001-2013. Since 2007, based on his own personal experience, John has led a range of internationally-recognised mental wellbeing initiatives within Deloitte UK. He is a CBT Coach, a Trustee of Mind and founder of the New York-based Workplace Mental Health Summit.
Paul Farmer CBE has been Chief Executive of Mind, the leading mental health charity in England and Wales, since 2006. He is Chair of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations and the NHS England Mental Health Taskforce, and is also co-chair of the Prime Minister’s Independent Advisory Review into workplace mental health.
Moderator: Christer Stoyell (MBA 06J)
15 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5GL
Nearest tube: Canary Wharf
TIME 18:30 for 19:00
COST Members £25 Members’ guests (non INSEAD) £35
Ticket sale proceeds will be donated to Mind
REFRESHMENTS Wine and canapés
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(members will need to enter a promotional code to access tickets)