Agenda


 

 

Day one


The future of workforce wellbeing

8:55 Welcome

Terry O’Dwyer, Founder & CEO, LSX and Workforce Wellbeing LIVE

Terry Cropped


9:00 Morning mindfulness

Eve Lewis, Director of Teaching, Headspace

Eve Lewis, Mindful Meditation Teaching, Headspace


9:05 Keynote Q&A: The Future of Wellbeing at Work


9:20 Keynote Panel: Winning wellbeing strategies in the post-pandemic, recession-ridden world   

This panel looks to explore the question: what should a fully integrated and effective wellbeing strategy look like? It will delve into:

  • What is the new role and responsibility of the employer when it comes to employee wellbeing? How is this changing, why it matters, and what you should do about it. 
  • How can employers effectively support employees through the cost of living and wider economic crisis – beyond salary inflation?
  • How should employers construct and design work, and organise the company to maximise employee wellbeing?
  • How do you know if your wellbeing strategy is the right one and future proof?
  • How should data (or lack of it) inform your decision making?
  • Why personalization is the future of wellbeing

Moderator: Terry O’Dwyer, CEO, LSX
Charles Alberts, Global Head of Wellbeing & Employee Experience, Clifford Chance
Tim Munden, former Head of L&D, Unilever
Yulia O’Mahony, Global Head of Health & Resilience, Philip Morris International

Terry Cropped  Charles Alberts Global Head of Wellbeing and People Experience Clifford Chance  Tim Munden, Senior Leadership Development Practice Leader, former Chief Learning Officer, Unilever  Yulia O’Mahony, Head of Global Health and Resilience, Philip Morris-1


10:00 Keynote Panel: Mental Health and Energy: Strategies to grow physical, mental and emotional energy to enable employees to be fully engaged in what matters most

This panel shines the spotlight on mental health and energy management, and the wellbeing strategies that empower workers to bring their best selves to work. It will explore:

  • How can employers support employees as they deal with the mental and emotional stress caused by the cost of living crisis?
  • How can employers help their employees find the energy to sustain working norms and practices?
  • What role can data, metrics and measurements play in informing this debate?
  • How to influence habits and develop micro-interventions to support sustainable high performance cultures
  • Financial wellbeing: what support can we give people beyond basic pay/salary rises?

Dana Citron, Director, Health & Wellbeing, DHL
Helen Wray, Global Mental Health & Energy Lead, Mars
Nicola Hemmings, Head of Workplace Psychology, Koa Health
Toni Graves,
Global Head of Reward, Benefits & Wellbeing, Allen & Overy

Dana Citron, Director, Health and Wellbeing, DHL 2  Helen Wray, Global Mental Health & Energy Lead, MARS jpeg  Nicola Hemmings, Head of Workplace Psychology, Koa Health   Toni Graves, Global Head of Reward, Benefits & Wellbeing, Allen & Overy  


10:45 Coffee & Networking


11:15 Plenary roundtable discussions

2 x 45 min expert-hosted sessions

each roundtable is held twice to give delegates the opportunity to attend two different sessions

Roundtable topics:

1. Cost of living and financial wellbeing: Building employee’s financial resilienceWEALTH at work 300x

2. Mental health & energy management: How to help employees find the energy to sustain working norms/practices

3. Hybrid work: The winning wellbeing strategies in the new world of online/hybrid working

4. Driving engagement: Driving mass engagement in employee wellbeing programmes

Hosts:
Megan Wesley,
Co-founder and Director, Libratum
Suzette Tagg, Co-founder and Director, Libratum

5. Neurodiversity: How can you truly support neurodiversity in the workplace?

Host: Martin Griffin, Senior Engineer, Knight Piésold Consulting

6. Women’s health at work: How to create a workplace that works for women

7. Personalisation: Moving toward personalized approachesBetterSpace Logo

 

 

8. Supplier and employer collaboration and integration: How employers and solution providers can effectively collaborate to drive results

Host: Debbie Bullock, Head of Wellbeing, AVIVA

9. Measuring success & building the business case: How to build the business case for investment in wellbeing

10. Understanding the power and pitfalls of data in wellbeing: Collection, metrics, insight, privacy & sharing/collaboration

11. Physical and lifestyle interventions: What physical wellbeing strategies, interventions and tools can be used?

12. Wellbeing and ESG: How ESG trends and demands are shifting and the role of health & wellbeing leaders

Host: Rob Stephenson, CEO, Formscor

13. Diversity & Inclusion: Achieving D&I objectives through wellbeing strategy

Host: Sheila Piper, Health & Wellbeing Programme Manager, Accentur

14. Culture: How do drive culture change and embed a culture of wellbeing at work

15. Global strategy: Cross country and global wellbeing frameworks that work


12:45 Lunch & Networking


 

In focus: Financial wellness

13:45 Presentation and panel discussion: Developing effective financial wellbeing strategies

  • What support can employers give people beyond pay rises?
  • Breaking the stigma around money talk
  • How to manage intergenerational differences
  • What conversations should we be having around money and financial wellbeing in the workplace?

Debbie Bullock, Head of Wellbeing, AVIVA
Paul Duggan, Global Head of Wellbeing, Accenture
Victoria Sloan,
Head of Wellbeing,Anglian Water

Debbie Bullock, UK Wellbeing Lead, AVIVA  Paul Duggan UK Head of Wellbeing, Accenture  Victoria Sloan, Head of Wellbeing, Anglian Water  


In focus: Building the business case

14:45 Presentation and panel discussion: Building the business case for wellbeing investment

  • How can people/wellbeing leaders best demonstrate the business case for wellbeing investment?
  • How can business impact be measured and managed? What wellbeing data, standards and KPI’s can be used to drive standards, and hold leaders accountable? Whose job is it, and where does it sit in an organization?
  • What do organisations need to do to persuade, empower and enable their leaders?

Further, we’ll look to understand how leaders and organisations can be made accountable for wellbeing:

  • How access to capital and investment will be impeded if employers get wellbeing wrong
  • How employee scrutiny and external wellbeing benchmarks and indices will transform accountability and force those who ignore it to pay the price

Moderator: Rob Stephenson, CEO, Formscore 
John Godfrey,
Corporate Affairs Director, Legal & General
Sharon O’Connor, Global Lead Employee Wellbeing, Novartis
Jo Forbes, Health, Safety & Wellbeing Strategy Manager, Osbourne Clark

Rob Stephenson CEO, InsideOut Leaderboard & Formscore   John Godfrey, Corporate Affairs Director, Legal & General   Sharon O’Connor, Global Lead Employee Wellbeing, Novartis   Jo Forbes, Health, Safety & Wellbeing Strategy Manager, Osbourne Clark  

Focus Forums

13:45 Mental health at work leaders’ forum

Hosted by:

Headspace logo Virgin Pulse Logo


Invitation only

1.5h roundtable session
Chatham House Rule

For senior people leaders from major employers and KOL’s. Limited to 20 executives.

 


15:45 Coffee & Networking


 

16:00 Presentation: Groundbreaking occupational health strategies to turbocharge employee wellbeing


Driving engagement

16:20 Panel discussion: How can we adapt our EVPs to engage talent in the current and future workplace?

  • What are the best strategies to build awareness and engagement?
  • What’s the role of wellbeing in the EVP and how is this evolving?
  • How to capture the cynics (leaders and at different levels) to engage with wellbeing?
  • Wellbeing as a talent magnet: How can wellbeing be embedded in the employer brand?

Sandra Dyball, Director, Global Health, Wellbeing and Benefits, Centrica
Kate Lafferty, Engagement and Wellbeing Lead, PA Consulting
Nikki Kerbell,
Health & Wellbeing Manager,Unilever

 Sandra Dyball, Director, Global Health, Wellbeing and Benefits, Centrica  Shadow F  Shadow F  

 

16:00 Financial wellbeing leaders’ forum

Invitation Only

1.5h roundtable session  

Chatham House Rule

 For senior people leaders from major employers and KOL’s.

Limited to 20 executives.

 


17:00 Networking Party



Day two


Wellbeing done well: The case studies

9:10 Keynote employer case study: Putting health at the heart of work: The Salesforce Story

  • What is Salesforce doing differently in employee wellbeing, and why is it working?
  • How is Salesforce thinking about data and wellbeing?
  • How are they navigating the cost of living crisis and supporting mental health?
  • What does the future of employee health and wellbeing look like at SF?

Jenny Shiers, VP, Customer Success, Salesforce

Jenny Shiers, VP, Customer Success, Salesforce  


9:30 Keynote employer case study: Reinventing health & wellbeing at work: The IKEA way

  • How IKEA is measuring impact, managing data and getting leadership buy-in
  • The role of personalization and individualized support and why it matters
  • Managing global vs local requirements and strategies
  • How does IKEA see the future of health & wellbeing at work?

Lisette de Jonge, Global Health & Wellbeing Leader, IKEA
Julia Cornu, Global Head of Wellbeing, IKEA

Lisette de Jonge, Global Health and Wellbeing Leader, IKEA  Julia Cornu, Global Head of Wellbeing, IKEA  


Innovation in wellbeing

9:45 Keynote panel: What are the latest innovations in wellbeing at work and how can they be leveraged?

  • Insights from behavioural science and strategies to implement for impact
  • New ways to measurably empower individual and team preferences, well-being, resilience and growth
  • Digital innovations to drive engagement

Moderator: Rob Stephenson, CEO, Formscore
Dana Citron
, Director, Health & Wellbeing, DH 
Marcus Hunt, Head of Global Health Services – EMEA, Johnson & Johnson
Josh Krichefski,
Global COO,Mediacom

Rob Stephenson CEO, InsideOut Leaderboard & Formscore  Dana Citron, Director, Health and Wellbeing, DHL 2  Marcus Hunt, Head of Global Health Services – EMEA, Johnson & Johnson  Josh Krichefski, Global COO, Mediacom   


10:45 Coffee & Networking


In focus: Culture

12:00 Panel discussion: Culture eats strategy for breakfast.’ And lunch too. How to build one that counts

This panels seeks to deep dive into ‘culture’: what it means, why it matters, and how employers can improve theirs. It will explore:

  • What can employers do to create a sustainable, high performance, energizing culture where employees can thrive?
  • What are some of the new strategies and tools to help embed wellbeing into the culture of organisations?
  • Understanding the role of leadership: how can they be empowered and enabled?
  • How can data, metrics and tools and insights from behavioural science be used most effectively to help improve culture

Alun Barnes, Head of Health & Wellbeing, Home Office
Fiona McAslan, Head of Health & Wellbeing, Royal Mail
Monika Misra, Head of Employee Health & Wellbeing, Europe, GSK

Alun Barnes, Head of Health and Wellbeing, Home Office  Fiona McAslan, Head of Health & Wellbeing, Royal Mail  Monika Misra , Head of Health and Wellbeing, Europe, GSK  


12:45 Lunch & Networking


 

In focus: Personalised wellbeing

13:45 Presentation and panel discussion: As the employee proposition gets more flexible and personalised, how can we take that into wellbeing?

  • How the ‘one size fits all’ approach to benefits is failing employees and employers alike
  • How can employers truly support their employees wellbeing?
  • Integrating evidence-based, holistic and personalised approaches

Keith Binley, MD, Betterspace
Keith Binley  


In focus: Hybrid working

14:30 Presentation and panel discussion: How can employers construct work in a hybrid world to enhance wellbeing?

  • How to get the balance right between demand for flexibility and need for culture/connection
  • What effective strategies are out there to build culture in a hybrid world?
  • How can data be used to track and inform the debate around hybrid? 

Jeremy Hill, Global Head of Wellbeing & Hybrid Work Lead, Standard Chartered
June Clark, Health, Safety & Wellbeing Lead, Nestle

Jeremy Hill,Glob al Head of Wellbeing and Hybrid Work Lead, Standard Chartered   June Clark, Health, Safety and Wellbeing Lead, Nestle  

Focus Forums

13:45 Focus forum

Invitation Only

1.5h roundtable session  

Chatham House Rule

 For senior people leaders from major employers and KOL’s.

Limited to 20 executives.

 


15:15 Coffee & Networking


In focus: data, metrics and measurements

If you treasure it, measure it

 

16:30 Presentation and panel discussion: How can employers harness data to drive wellbeing and better performance?

  • How can data be used to help people work smarter
  • Using data effectively in building the business case
  • Assessing and managing the risk factors around data

Moderator: Rob Stephenson, CEO, Formscore
Mark Kelly, Global Head of Benefits & Wellbeing, Boston Consulting Group
Paul Duggan, Global Head of Wellbeing, Accenture
Nasrin Oskui, Global Wellbeing Specialist, Deutsche Bank

Rob Stephenson CEO, InsideOut Leaderboard & Formscore  Mark Kelly, Global Head of Benefits & Wellbeing, Boston Consulting Group  Paul Duggan UK Head of Wellbeing, Accenture  Nasrin Oskui, Global Wellbeing Specialist, Deutsche Bank    


17:30 Close of the conference

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