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Work’s Mental Conference

 

The conference on workplace mental health, run in collaboration with the School of Psychology at the University of Glasgow.  At this highly interactive event you will learn from industry experts and take part in structured discussions with your peers.  Workplace mental health has never been more inspiring.

Work’s Mental will be interactive with plenty of opportunities to network and exchange ideas.

Previous speakers have included:

  • John Brown, Welder’s Shop Steward & Safety Rep, GMB Union at BAE Systems Surface Ships
  • Dr. Ian Bushnell, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, the University of Glasgow
  • Sarah Cave, Director & Head of Leadership, Primeast
  • Peter Kelly, Senior Psychologist at The Health & Safety Executive
  • Andrew Kerr, CEO at The City of Edinburgh Council
  • Stephen McAllister, former Divisional Commander at Police Scotland, Chair at Lifelink, Trustee at The Samaritans, NHS Board Member & Headtorch Special Advisor
  • Matina Nomikos, Senior HR Officer at Scottish Legal Aid Board
  • Dominic Quilty, Ticket Examiner at ScotRail
  • Andrew Rodgers, former Head of Well-being at HSBC Insurance
  • Dr Wolfgang Seidl, Partner at Mercer
  • Angie Strachan, Performance Poet

Keep an eye out for the next date.

“The best conference on Mental Health in the workplace I have attended

Delegate, Work’s Mental 2018

 

” Lot of humour throughout the day which made a heavy subject more easy to speak about.  Delighted to have had the opportunity to attend”

Delegate, Work’s Mental 2018

 

“Really enjoyed the conference – facilitators and speakers were clearly immersed in and passionate about positive mental health at work”

Delegate, Work’s Mental 2018

 

“Fantastic and inspiring day.  Highly recommend this conference as it was a help for both professional and personal life”

Delegate, Work’s Mental 2018

 

 

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