Lancashire Mind are inviting organisations and businesses from across Lancashire to join us at our 5th annual Workplace Wellbeing Conference.
This year, the event will be held virtually and we have lined up some excellent speakers to inspire and motivate our delegates to think and talk about mental health and wellbeing at work.
Lancashire Mind have secured national and regional speakers for the Workplace Wellbeing Conference 2022.
The conference will share best practice and challenge the stigma around the topic of mental health. It enables businesses to ensure everyone has someone to talk to about mental health and wellbeing.
Speakers this year include:
- Dr Paula Holland - Is a Senior lecturer in health at Lancaster University with a long track record of research on work, health, well-being and disability. As our keynote speaker Paula will explore the challenges and opportunities that homeworking and hybrid working pose for the workforce, focussing in particular on remote and hybrid working in better supporting the employment, health and wellbeing of disabled people at work.
- Emma Mamo – Is the Head of Workplace Wellbeing at National Mind and has played a pivotal role to position mental heath in the workplace as a key priority for employers. Emma will be discussing how the pandemic has impacted on people's mental health, coping with tough times and uncertainty, as well as sharing insight and practical tips.
- Sarah Jane Cale - Is the Founder of Positive Menopause and she has extensive experience of providing a voice to the experiences of women through the media and support groups.
- Deborah Kelly – Is a Mindfulness Coach, Facilitator and Teacher and with her company "Your Best Life" enjoys providing Mindfulness for stress, resilience and Well-being. Deborah will be providing a Mindfulness session.
- Ben Goode – Is CEO at LSI Architects, an AJ100 listed architectural practice based in London and Norwich and won the Mind Gold Award for Achieving Workplace Well-being Excellence in 2021. LSI is a mental health best practice employer and Ben will share lessons learned to help other employers implement workplace wellbeing initiatives.
- Jo Smith - Is Lancashire and South Cumbria Foundation Trusts Wellbeing Strategic Lead, her areas of experience are public health, behaviour change and leadership.
- Mark Sterling - Is a former accountant with over 30 years experience in the finance sector. He will be sharing his lived in experience of Gambling Harm and the influencing factors. This makes for compelling listening to help identify and discuss problem gambling.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, workplace mental health and wellbeing has never been more important. However, many organisations are struggling to navigate and understand just what they can and should be doing to help their workforce.
Lancashire Mind’s fifth annual workplace conference will teach you how to support mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Delegates will come away with practical ideas and top tips to support your team.
The 2022 Workplace Wellbeing Conference will be held virtually on 3 February 2022 – which coincides with national Time to Talk Day.
Tickets are priced just £60 for the day. Early booking is recommended as they will be a limited number of attendees on the date to facilitate sessions.
Here are a few comments we've received from delegates in previous years:
"Excellent conference, very inspiring and came away with lots of ideas."
"The day was really well planned with a good range of contributors."
"I came away with many ideas on how to develop our wellbeing programme to the next level."
Don't miss out on your opportunity to take part in this year's event, book your place today!
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