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Event of the month – Join us for a Day at the Derby

office goat picturesWell actually it’s not a day at the Derby, it’s a half day in Ripley which is near Derby and the event, the Regional Disability Roundtable
organised and hosted by the amazing Becky Brooks
and the Employer’s Network for Equality & Inclusion.
What’s more the event has nothing to do with horses but there will be… goats!

Amy McDonald is presenting, with live drama, filmed drama and… goats.  Why goats?  If you don’t know then why not sign up?  Together with Amy, you’ll find out why whilst exploring how to have supportive conversations about mental health in the workplace.

Let’s demystify these conversations and create a fair and caring workplace.

What’s more there’ll be case studies from Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service and the Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank

Hope you can make it,  click here to secure your place.

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