On November 30th starting at 10am, join Experts to discuss the changing needs and expectations of Employees, and their Mental Health. Delivered live from our Membership Assistance Programme suppliers Spectrum Lifes’ Wellbeing Studio, they’ll be discussing a range of opportunities and challenges facing the HR and Benefits Community in tackling many issues specific to the needs of employees today, such as:
– Managing mental health in a hybrid or fully remote environment.
– Building psychological safety.
– The right to disconnect and beating burnout.
– The Great Resignation, and the impact mental health is playing in its drivers.
– Driving engagement in mental health supports from those ‘Thriving’ to those ‘In Crisis.
This session will be free and guests include:
Bruce Daisley: Bruce formerly ran Twitter’s business in Europe, Middle East and Africa responsible for the development of Twitter in three continents. He is now a writer/consultant on better working published in Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Wired, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and more. He runs the top business podcast, Eat Sleep Work Repeat. His first book – about improving work & work culture – was a Sunday Times #1 bestseller (it has been translated into 14 languages).
Paul Roberts: Paul is founder of Enlighten a specialist adviser for Employee Assistance Programmes, and effective Wellbeing plans. He has day-to-day interaction with clients advising charities, companies and public organisations to achieve best value and Return On Investment.
Dr. Sarah O’Neill: Sarah is a Chartered Psychologist and Chief Clinical Officer at Spectrum.Life. Sarah is passionate about increasing understanding and developing awareness around mental health, decreasing barriers to accessing care, and ensuring evidence based, clinically robust services are delivered across all sectors of Spectrum.Life’s business.
About Spectrum.Life: Spectrum.Life currently provides employee mental health and wellbeing support to over 1,500 organisations across Ireland and the UK, with a total of over 1 million active users of its Total Mental Health, EAP, Digital Gym and Wellbeing Platform services.
To sign up to the event, click here.
Please remember Theatre and Dance NIs Membership Assistance Programme is available to all our members and their families and provides 24/7 professional counselling support 365 days a year. To access the programme, click here.