Expert speakers include:
- Neil Surman, Deputy Director for Public Health, Welsh Government
- Alun Thomas, Chief Executive, Hafal
- James Force, Senior Advisor/Collective Conciliator, Acas
- Lowri Wyn Jones, Programme Manager, Time to Change Wales
- Sarah Stone, Executive Director for Wales, Samaritans
- Eileen Donnelly, Business Lead, What Works Centre for Wellbeing
- Ashley Flaherty, Deputy Director of People Strategy and Organisational Effectiveness, Office for National Statistics
- Lisa Marie Brown MCIM, Area Leader, Federation of Small Businesses
- Sue Northcott, Mainframe Applications Database Administrator, DVLA
- Karen Rogers, Health and Safety Manager, Welsh Water Dwr Cymru
- Meryl Soper, Head of Business Effectiveness, Welsh Water Dwr Cymru
- Eleanor Elliott, Colleague Engagement & Well-being HRBP, Hafod Resources
- Gareth Siggee, Enterprise Support Officer, RCS
- Julie Jones, Trainer in mental health, Workplace Wellbeing and Founder, Blackdog
Poor mental health affects half of all employees in the UK raising serious health concerns and impacting absenteeism and productivity. It is therefore imperative that organisations are prioritising and investing in improving mental health of their employees.
Senedd Insight’s Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Conference
will feature leading stakeholders showcasing innovative approaches to promote good mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
You will review how to destigmatise mental health in your workplace, create strategies to cultivate a culture change and empower managers to build resilience and confidence in employees and embed mental wellbeing support practices into your organisation.
Hear from the Executive Director of Samaritans on recognising the early signs of mental ill health, the range and forms of mental health issues and how they can impact your workplace.
ACAS will be delivering a session on creating a mental health framework and inclusive workforce that’s fit for employers and employees, whilst Sue Northcott will be giving you exclusive insight into a practical example from the DVLA.
We will also explore how to empower employees with the tools and information they need to understand and manage their mental health and wellbeing. Join us and gain actionable strategies to support mental health in your workplace and benefit from reduced a more productive and loyal workforce.