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Amy Crop

Head Talks are an ideal launch pad for workplace mental health initiatives.

Engaging, interactive 1.5 hour presentations with live theatre, original filmed drama, questions and … goats.

Delivered by Headtorch CEO and Founder Amy McDonald.  These thought leading, highly informative and engaging talks cover many mental health at work topics including:

WHY your organisation needs to support mental health at work
– the financial, legal and ethical reasons
WHAT is best practice & a mentally healthy culture looks like
HOW to have a supportive conversation with a colleague who is struggling
WHEN to focus on mental fitness

 
Specialist topics can also be covered including anxiety, stress, depression and others.

Amy has spoken at many events and to large international companies including RBS, Mercer, Sky, Scottish Government, PepsiCo, Dell and the City of Edinburgh Council.

Book Amy now … info@headtorch.org

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