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Wellbeing Leaders’ Forums

Wednesday 27 APRIL 

**** PRE-EVENT ROUNDTABLES, INVITATION ONLY ****

Opening keynotes followed by 2 x 1,5 hour interactive Chatham House Rule Roundtables dedicated to exploring novel ideas and employer led solutions to improving wellbeing of their workforces. 

Closed session for board level executives from major employers and KOL’s. Limited to 40 executives per roundtable.


13:00 Opening Presentations: Winning Wellbeing Strategies 

New Ideas, Science, Strategies And Directions In Employee Wellbeing

Trends Analysis and Insight


14:10 Coffee And Networking


14:30 Financial Wellness Forum 

Building Financial Resilience
Case Study x 2
General Discussion

  • How can employers build financial resilience in their workforces?
  • How can pension heads deliver financial security for members in uncertain times?
  • How can pension risk best be managed in the post-pandemic world?
  • What strategies can drive engagement in workplace savings and pensions?
  • Financial wellbeing as part of holistic strategies and approaches.

16:00 Coffee And Networking


16:30 Mental Health At Work Forum

How Can Responsible Employers Accelerate Progress In Workplace Mental Health?

Case Study x 2

General Discussion

  • What does the latest data say about mental health and employee engagement, productivity, presenteeism and other key business KPI’s? 
  • Why, when, where and how can employers support and improve the mental and emotional wellbeing of their workforces? 
  • Finding the most effective metrics, measurements and dashboards that help leaders understand the value of prevention.
  • What is the responsibility and role of employers in mental health? Just how far or how deep should they go?
  • What makes for an effective Chief Medical Officer in the post pandemic era?
  • How to shift the stigma and bring a paradigm shift in culture and attitude.
  • What interventions, policies and practices work and why?
  • Tackling cross cultural barriers and navigating international differences in rules, regulations and requirements.

18:00 Close Of Forums


 

Wellbeing Leaders’ Conference 

Thursday 28 APRIL 


Personalisation And Prevention: The Future Of Workforce Wellbeing 


09:00 Why the future of wellbeing is personalised, preventative and evidence-based

It’s time of end One Size Fits All wellbeing support, and welcome the new era of Personalised Choice 

  • Why two thirds of spend on wellbeing benefits is wasted, and why it’s killing the ROI.
  • Why One Size Doesn’t Fit All, and why employees want choice and personalisation.
  • Why a new generation of holistic platforms are the key to employee retention and attraction.
  • Why employers are in pole position for turning the tide on mental illness.

Jim Woods, CEO, Betterspace

Jim Woods, CEO, BetterSpace


09:16 Understanding and preparing for the flexible and personalised post-pandemic future of workforce wellbeing 

  • What do trends in new technology, regulation, workforce modelling, remote work and sustainability mean for the future of employee wellbeing strategy? How should employers react?
  • Embedding wellbeing as a business and strategic priority: wellbeing metrics and ESG standards. 
  • How leaders should think about data and evidence. 
  • How can employers manage wellbeing in the move to online/hybrid work?
  • Unlocking the personalised, preventative and holistic wellbeing strategies of the future.

Professor Dame Carol Black, Expert Advisor on Health and Work to NHS England and Public Health England and Chair, Ageing Better
Richard Heron, Vice President, Health, BP

Dame Carol Black, Expert Advisor on Health and Work, NHS England & Public Health England; Chair, Ageing Better  Richard Heron, Vice President, Health, BP


10:00 Building a prevention culture: inclusivity, empowerment and engagement strategies

  • How can you create a preventative care culture where leaders lead in inclusive ways?
  • Optimising communications and engagement strategies.
  • Culture and leadership approaches in transitioning to hybrid work models.
  • Tangible operational actions and strategy and creating joined up approaches.
  • Getting initiatives to filter down through middle managers and across the whole organisation.

Sarah Churchman, Global Head of Wellbeing, PwC 
Andy Holmes, Global Head of Wellbeing, Reckitt 
Nick Davison, Head of Wellbeing, John Lewis 
Helen Gillett, COO, Betterspace 

Sarah Churchman, Global Head of Wellbeing, PwC  Andy Holmes, Global Head of Wellbeing, Reckitt  Nick Davison, Head of Wellbeing, John Lewis  Helen Gillett, COO, Betterspace 


10:45 Coffee And Networking


Roundtable Discussions

Each roundtable held twice to give delegates the opportunity to attend two different sessions.


11:15 45 Min Expert Hosted Roundtable Sessions (Round One)

  1. Lifestyle Interventions: Practical and proven lifestyle benefits and interventions in sleep, nutrition and exercise.

  2. Financial Resilience: How to create successful financial wellbeing strategies.

  3. Mental Health: Tackling depression/anxiety and stress in the workplace .

  4. ESG standards and Wellbeing Metrics: Role wellbeing metrics can play in measuring the social impact in ESG standards.

  5. Gender: Developing effective gender specific strategies. 

  6. Hybrid Work: Strategies for managing wellbeing in the new online/hybrid world. 

  7. Longevity Focus: Capturing the value of experienced and ageing workforces.

  8. Benefit Solutions: How to work more effectively with EAPs and  benefit providers.

  9. Data: Improving data strategies, tools and partnerships.

  10. Diversity & Inclusion:  Meeting D&I objectives through wellbeing strategy.

12:00 45 Min Expert Hosted Roundtable Sessions (Round Two)

Roundtables repeated – giving all a chance to join a different roundtable of interest.


Benefits & Wellbeing Showcase


11:20 Interventions, Innovations & Technology

3 x 15 min showcase presentations from leading companies with proven tools, technologies or strategies to improve employee wellbeing. 

Showcasing the technologies and digitisation tools that enhance performance and employee wellbeing.


12:00 3 x 15 min showcase presentations 

Showcasing benefits, technologies, tools and services that will transform wellbeing in your organisation.

 


12:45 Lunch And Networking


 

In Focus: Financial Wellness & Mental Health


14:15 The Financial Health Panel: Building Financial Resilience

  • Longevity and demographic trend impacts on financial wellbeing
  • ‘Out of the box’ strategies to drive engagement in workplace savings and pensions 
  • What makes workplace pensions and savings relevant and meaningful at different life stages 
  • The role of technology 
  • Inclusion: creating better financial futures for everyone, everywhere.

Mary Bright, Head of Social Affairs, Phoenix Group
Alison Hatcher, CEO, HSBC Retirement Services Ltd
Andrew Gibbons, Global Head of Wellbeing, HSBC

Mary Bright, Head of Social Affairs, Phoenix Group   Shadow F  Andrew Gibbons, Group Head of Wellbeing, HSBC


15:00 The Mental Health Panel: Why, when, where and how can employers support and improve the mental and emotional wellbeing of their workforces? 

  • Supporting mental health in new hybrid world of work
  • Mental Health First Aiders: Do they actually work?
  • How to create cultures where leaders lead in an inclusive way
  • Evaluating quality and impact of interventions.

Yulia O’Mahony, Global Head of Health & Resilience, Philip Morris 
Paul Farmer, CEO, MIND 
Eugene Farrell, Mental Health Lead, AXA Health
Emma Codd, Global Head of Inclusion, Deloitte

Yulia O’Mahony, Head of Global Health and Resilience, Philip Morris  Paul Farmer, CEO, MIND  Eugene Farrell, Mental Health Lead, AXA PPP Healthcare  Emma Codd, Global Head of Inclusion, Deloitte

 

Benefits & Wellbeing Showcase


14:15 3 x 15 min showcase presentations 

Showcasing benefits, technologies, tools and services that will transform wellbeing in your organisation.


15:00 3 x 15 min showcase presentations 

Showcasing benefits, technologies, tools and services that will transform wellbeing in your organisation.

 


15:45 Coffee And Networking


 

The Big Debate: What Works In Wellbeing


16:15 What actually works when it comes to supporting employee wellbeing?

Through BetterSpace data we hear what data tells us about the best ways of supporting employee wellbeing. Then, a panel discussing:

  • What do employees want v’s what actually works?
  • What’s best for evidence – medical expertise or citizen science?
  • What matters most, health outcomes or Return on investment?

Jim Woods, CEO, Betterspace

Jim Woods, CEO, BetterSpace


17:00 What approaches and interventions actually work in wellbeing and how can they be operationalised?

How to find the most effective metrics, measurements and dashboards that get board buy-in and help leaders understand the value of prevention

  • Addressing data challenges: privacy and security concerns
  • Sifting out the snake oil: What are the evidence backed strategies, approaches and interventions that actually work?
  • What can the latest data and advances in behavioural science and organisational psychology teach us?
  • Value, potential and challenges of Wellbeing Indexes and Benchmarks.

Diana Han, Chief Medical Officer, Unilever 
David Roomes, Chief Medical Officer, Rolls-Royce
Jo Ward, Head of Workplace and Wellbeing, Nestle

Diana Han, Chief Medical Officer, Unilever  David Roomes, Chief Medical Officer, Rolls-Royce  Jo Ward, Head of Workplace and Wellbeing, Nestle  

Case Studies


16:15 Case study presentations from leading employers. 

Demonstrating their unique approaches to wellbeing and lessons learned.

Marleece Barber, Chief Medical Officer, BP 
Martin Short, Health and Wellbeing Manager, East of England Ambulance Service Trust
Chris Lea,Director of HS&E and Wellbeing, UCB 
Andy Holmes
, Global Head of Wellbeing, Reckitt 
Arti Kashyap-Aynsley
, Global Head of Wellbeing, OCADO Group 

Marleece Estella, Chief Medical Officer, BP  Martin Short, Head of Wellbeing, Diversity and Inclusion, Ministry of Defence  Chris Lea, Director of HS&E and Wellbeing, UCB  Andy Holmes Global Head of Wellbeing Reckitt

Arti Kashyap-Aynsley, Global Head of Health and Wellbeing, OCADO Group

 


18:00 Networking Party
An experience to remember!

Join us for a truly unique face to face networking opportunity with the world’s leading wellbeing leaders in the stunning Garden Canopy at the Barbican. 

  • Reap the benefits of in-person face 2 face meetings
  • Connect the way humans were meant to and build meaningful relationships
  • Network and make real life connections amid the stunning garden environment
  • Enjoy an evening of music, drinks and a party with your colleagues, clients and industry peers.

 

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