The Wellbeing Hour, a series of free monthly events where we interview different guest speakers.
If you’re responsible for the wellbeing of colleagues or have an interest in workplace mental health, join us for The Wellbeing Hour.
Gain insights to best practice in the world of workplace mental health and wellbeing, whether it’s how to:
Our guests come from wide and varied backgrounds, they’re experts in their fields. They are people:
The Wellbeing Hour is always thought provoking, inspiring and practical.
“A tonne of best practice from people who are at the sharp end.”
Jane is an employment law expert with a special interest in workplace mental health.
Jane advises senior individuals – many of whom are experiencing difficulties with mental health, as a result of workplace issues.
She also advises and offers training to employers who are looking to implement wellbeing strategies at work or who are seeking advice on how to handle tricky issues with staff mental health and disability.
All our Wellbeing Hours are recorded – listen to the podcasts here
Sunita has an impressive track record with global companies including Delta Airlines and Tata.
Sunita is currently living her purpose of helping people become the best version of themselves through her role leading the Global Wellbeing agenda at Unilever.
She draws her energy and passion for work and other pursuits from people and is deeply committed to the subjects of Mental Health, Wellbeing and Inclusion
8 December 2022 – 4pm
Professor Georgeac is interested in how people respond to organizations’ messages about diversity.
Her research offers novel insights into how organizations’ efforts to support diversity may paradoxically prevent them from advancing toward their diversity goals.
Peter Kelly Podcast
“If there’s ever a moment when health & wellbeing can make a difference, it’s now.” “The pandemic was the biggest unprepared change for the last 100 years.” “Two tectonic plates colliding – the pandemic and the recession.” … and here’s practical tips to deal with this. Highlights from September’s Wellbeing Hour with Peter Kelly – […]
Podcast – Professor Denis Fishbacher-Smith
“Find your inner gorilla – not aggressive but protective” – helps sustain confidence during the tough times “Fall down seven times, get up eight” – when that’s hard, know we’re not alone, look for support, talk to someone you trust “Even monkeys fall from trees” – we all make mistakes Some highlights from Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith […]
Wellbeing Hour Podcast Miles Kean
“Getting help – the best investment I’ve ever made.” “Worried? 94% of what you worry about doesn’t happen … and here’s a strategy for the other 6%.” On Work: “Work at 75-80%, always leave something in the tank.” Describing mental health: “Refreshing!” Some of the highlights from the Wellbeing Hour with Miles Kean of Coutts […]
Wellbeing Hour – Miles Kean
“I wish I’d talked earlier.” Miles Kean got to the point where he wasn’t sleeping and could no longer function properly before he was forced to address his mental health issues. This experience, and his healing journey, lead him to co-found a wellbeing initiative within the Natwest Banking Group. This has been rolled out to […]
Wellbeing Hour – Naziyah Mahmood
“Acceptance & Innovation: Thriving not Surviving” Naziyah Mahmood – Earth Intelligence Sales Engineer, Spire Global Chair Person for the Scottish Government Equality & Wellbeing Manufacturing Working Group 16 June @ 12 Noon via Zoom & Free ” ‘It’s better to be a warrior in a garden, than a gardener in a war.’ This old proverb […]