The Thursday Wellbeing Hour with Stephen McAllister
Poor performing division to one of the best
Mental health absence reduced by 300%
Dramatic increase in performance levels
… in one year
Stephen has a wealth of knowledge in applying wellbeing & mental health initiatives in the workplace.
He understands how this works and its impact on performance.
As a Divisional Commander in Police Scotland he made Wellbeing core to turn round a poor performing division.
With a background in psychology and 30 years in the police, he moved through the ranks from a young police officer at the Lockerbie disaster to being an experienced hostage crisis negotiator and leading a division.
Currently he’s Chair at Lifelink, Trustee at The Samaritans, NHS Board Member & Senior Advisor at Headtorch.
Don’t miss this one, it’s a fascinating story – 10 March 1pm – 2pm.
The Thursday Wellbeing Hour
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