This event was due to take place on Monday 30 March 2020 and has been postponed until 24 September - to find out about the postponement refunds please click here.
Please note: Suffolk Chamber members receive a discounted ticket rate of £149 using code: SMALLBIZ-HIVE, you can book online at: https://hivesuffolk.co.uk/
The first Proactive Workplace Mental Health Summit will take place at the University of Suffolk in Ipswich on 24 September.
The recent Mental Health and Employers: Refreshing the Case for Investment report from Deloitte estimated poor mental health at work costs UK employers £45 billion a year.
Speakers from UBS, Astra Zeneca, Adnams, RWE, ACAS, Aon and the Corporation of London will share best practice and equip you with the knowledge to develop your mental health frameworks and policies.
There is also an East Anglia focus panel ‘Mental health matters across the locality – Strategies for positive mental health throughout the region’ and a panel discussion focusing on ‘Making mental health a priority for all’.
The full list of speakers is as follows:
Lyssa Barber, Head of Internal Communications & Engagement, Mental Health & Wellbeing Champion, UBS Wealth Management
Jason Gowlett, Director of HR Operations, Direct Line Group
Kerri Malyon, Health & Wellbeing Specialist, Astra Zeneca
Sadie Lofthouse, Director of Culture & Performance, Adnams PLC
Robert Manson, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, RWE
Abigail Hirshman, Head of Mental Health & Wellbeing, ACAS
Charles Alberts, Head of Health Management, Aon
Xenia Koumi, Public Health Specialist, City of London Corporation
Nicola Forristal UK Group Chief People Officer, Havas Creative Group
Maria Shinn, Area Director, Acas East of England
The Summit Advisory Board is made up of:
Doug Field, Chair of New Anglia Local Enterprise and Joint CEO of the East of England Co-Op
David Sheepshanks, CBE, Suffolk & London, Chair, Vistage
The full schedule is available on the HIVE website.
The summit has been organised by the new HIVE network set up by Suffolk Libraries to help businesses across East Anglia grow and prosper.
For full details of the summit together with booking details visit the Hive Suffolk website.
The recent Deloitte report can be found on their website.