× MAD WORLD DIGITAL SUMMIT // 8 OCTOBER 2020: MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO WORKPLACE CULTURE, MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING
LONDON DIGITAL SUMMIT
8th October 2020
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The first half of 2020 will go down in history as one of the most tumultuous times in living memory. As we navigate our way to a new normal, in a world turned upside down by the global coronavirus pandemic, one thing is certain: the need to address workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing has never been clearer.

"Putting pandemic recovery plans in place, business leaders are in a unique position to drive systemic change, redefine workplace culture and proactively adopt preventative approaches that support mental health and wellbeing. Some are ahead and have seen the benefits throughout the pandemic. However, many others are struggling to develop and implement inclusive programmes that will have a sustainable impact across their organisation".

Claire Farrow, Partner & Global Director of Content, Mad World & Make A Difference  

MAD World stands for Make A Difference. Now in its third year the MAD World Summit is the flagship of our global series of go-to solutions-focused events dedicated to accelerating the shift from stigma to solutions, turning talk into action and moving workplace mental health and wellbeing mainstream.

 

What organisation would not want to be more successful after-COVID-19 than it was before?


The 2020digital MAD World Summit will bring the energy of our live events to the virtual world:

  • bringing the best minds together to share best-practice learning and inspire real action
  • blending insight and inspiration; clinical expertise and business imperatives
  • with our backstage rooms, creating opportunities for connection and real-time knowledge-exchange which would not otherwise be possible
  • meeting the information needs of private and public sector employers who want to adopt, embed and evolve inclusive, preventative approaches that support workplace mental, physical, financial and social wellbeing

Responsibility for mental wellbeing crosses job titles and departments. From C-Suite to line managers and next-generation leadership teams, so it makes sense to register a team to find the right solutions for your business – now, and for the future. Find our more here.

 


2019 Summit Highlights



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INSIGHTS

Meet the people developing the most progressive approaches to workplace culture,mental health and wellbeing

COLLABORATION

Share knowledge in real-time with our cross-sector, cross-function network of like-minded speakers, exhibitors and attendees.

ACTION

Tell your colleagues and book a group pass. Get practical insights to take back and adapt to your organisation.






Latest Speakers



David Oldfield
Group Director, Commercial Banking

John Amaechi OBE
CEO of APS and organisational psychologist

Leena Nair
Chief Human Resources Officer

The Rt Hon Sir Norman Lamb
Chair of the Advisory Board

Dr. Nick Taylor
Co-Founder and CEO

Simon Halle-Smith
Head of Global HR and EH&S

Elizabeth Mpyisi
Former Senior Ethics & Legal Officer

PROFESSOR DAME CAROL BLACK DBE, FRCP, FMEDSCI
Expert Adviser on Health and Work to NHS Improvement and Public Health England and Chair, Ageing Better

DR RICHARD J L HERON MB CHB FRCP FFOM
Vice-President Health and Chief Medical Officer

Will Carling OBE
Former England Rugby Union Player

Ann Francke OBE
Chief Executive

Candice Schaefer, PhD, ABPP
Global Head of Employee Wellness





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