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‘This is my story, Scotland’ – 10th May 2017

Headtorch is delighted to collaborate with London-based Mindsatwork_horizontal-logo

to bring you

‘This is my story, Scotland’

Senior Leaders talk about their experience of mental health

During Mental Health Awareness Week,
to address the mental health stigma within workplaces
Minds@Work has asked senior business leaders to speak
about their experiences of managing their own
mental health and well-being challenges

                             Fantastic speakers:

Jeremy Connick, a Senior Partner, Clifford Chance
Helen Honeyman, Head of HR Policy, Products & Governance, RBS
Miles Kean, Executive Director, Coutts & Co
Peter O’Connell, Head of Stations & Retail Development, ScotRail
Nick Prudhoe, Head of IT Services & Customer Support, SD Worx
Maureen Watt MSP, Minister for Mental Health, Scottish Government

Anna Magnusson, writer, broadcaster and radio producer will interview some of these speakers

Click here for the Agenda and the Speakers’ biographies

10th May 2017

7 – 9pm

(register 6.15 – networking closes 10pm)

Venue: RBS, Business School, Gogarburn, 175 Glasgow Rd, Edinburgh EH12 9BH

– limited spaces –

click here for your cost-free ticket


With thanks to our sponsors:

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