× MAD WORLD SUMMIT // 21 OCTOBER 2021: MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO WORKPLACE CULTURE, MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING
21st October 2021
MEDIA PARTNERS
Evening Standard
Global Partners
asics Mercer
SPONSORED BY
Mercer Marsh BenefitsUnmindTogetherallFika: Mental FitnessCoachHub

SUPPORTED BY
Mind MHFA England One Million Lives by Jacobs
Supporters



Charities and Organisations that support Mad World's mission:

Society of Occupational Medicine
Society of Occupational Medicine

Frazzled Cafe
Frazzled Cafe
We are living in a time where a life crammed to the hilt is considered a success story, yet so many of us are struggling with the pressure and are afraid to admit it. Frazzled Cafe is a registered charity founded by Ruby Wax, OBE, in response to this modern epidemic. We run facilitated peer support meetings across the UK where people who are feeling frazzled and overwhelmed by the stresses of modern life can come together to talk openly, connect and feel heard. We provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment where it’s ok, to not be ok. In addition to running our fortnightly meetings across the UK for members of the public we have also developed a corporate sponsorship programme designed to help support organisations with their employee wellbeing initiatives alongside their community engagement and CSR programmes. To find out more please visit our website: www.frazzledcafe.org Contact Details: connect@frazzledcafe.org www.frazzledcafe.org/contact Ruby sensed the real need for a place where people could connect with peer-to-peer support to help cope with the overwhelming stresses of modern life and this is what motivated her to create Frazzled Cafe. Frazzled Cafe meetings provide a ‘talk-in’ place where people who are feeling frazzled can meet fortnightly to talk and share their personal stories in a safe, anonymous and non-judgmental environment - a place where it's ok, to not be ok. To be first to hear about new meeting locations or receive invitations to existing meetings please sign up to our mailing list: https://www.frazzledcafe.org/contact/

One Million Lives by Jacobs
One Million Lives by Jacobs
It’s hard to change mental health until we can measure it. It’s time to take matters into our own hands. Mental health is solvable as a challenge if we do it together, we use technology, and we measure results. With One Million Lives, changing a whole societal problem is in the palm of each of our hands. It is time we move beyond awareness...to put our hands up together and, by checking our own mental health, lead the way for others to check theirs too. By regularly completing a check-in, we‘ll be better equipped to understand how we are currently coping and be able to generate real-time, personalized solutions. We‘ll be able to start conversations and get support much earlier. Our goal is to create a ripple effect across the globe, where over one million people are inspired to complete a mental health check-in. We want to break down the barriers that hinder honest conversations about mental health and encourage an open culture of support. We believe that one million lives are in our reach. With you beside us, we can reach so many millions more. If ever a problem was worth coming together to harness our values, our networks and our technology, it is this. And the time is now. One Million Lives check-in tool Our check-in tool has been developed incorporating the Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K10), a globally recognized psychological screening tool. The tool allows users to understand their current mental health strengths and challenges and provides suggestions for how to improve mental health based on your own scores. For those who might be feeling well, the tool also assesses early signs and proactive strategies, such as sleep, exercise or social media behaviours. One Million Lives is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any mental health disease or condition. Please seek immediate help from trained medical physicians if you suspect you are suffering from any mental health or other medical condition. OML Website: www.oml.world Check-in Tool: app.oml.world Campaign Video: https://youtu.be/Xh8ZsjmMYwk Jacobs: jacobs.com; Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter Key Contacts Project Director: Paul Hendry; paul.hendry@jacobs.com Project Managers: Katie Moore katie.moore@jacobs.com Amanda Aldred amanda.aldred@jacobs.com

Eventwell
Eventwell
EVENTWELL - WHO ARE WE? We’re the Event Industry’s charitable social enterprise dedicated to educating and campaigning for better mental health and wellbeing in events, equipping event professionals with the knowledge and tools they need to stay event well. OUR MISSION The Mental Health and Wellbeing voice of the Event Industry OUR VISION To make tangible change to the Event Industry’s relationship with wellbeing OUR CORE VALUES #EMPATHY #CULTURE #SELFCARE We work with the event industry – to encourage better understanding and #EMPATHY Working in partnership with event industry associations, national and international events and exhibitions, universities and colleges, to deliver free education that creates better understanding, challenges discrimination, and encourages open conversations on wellbeing and mental health in the event industry We work with event businesses – to inspire positive leadership and #CULTURE Working with event industry businesses and creative organisations to support and develop workplace wellbeing best practice, proactive leadership, positive culture, and in-house team forums that encourage open conversations on wellbeing and mental health and the support available We work with event professionals – to change attitudes to #SELFCARE Working with and supporting individuals with education and training in self-care, healthy lifestyle, essential life skills, and mental health first aid, in addition to providing confidential support and a ‘go to’ wellbeing and mental health resource Not forgetting that we are the founders and leaders of Event Wellbeing Week in September, and NEW for 2020 Event Wellbeing Day in February

acas
acas
At the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas), we exist to make working life better for everyone in Britain. We are a trusted, independent and impartial public body providing advice and support on all workplace issues to improve productivity and fairness, and reduce workplace conflict, which costs businesses nearly £30 billion every year. Acas works with millions of employers and employees every year to improve workplace relationships, so we know how to help you get it right. Healthy working relationships are critical not just to the success of workplaces and the economy, but also because they allow people to flourish and find meaning, purpose and fulfilment at work. We help resolve workplace problems by thinking first about the people involved, and giving them the skills to have open and honest, and sometimes difficult conversations. We help prevent disputes before they happen with training, advice and in-house specialist support; and resolve them when they arise through our dispute resolution services, which give those involved the opportunity to find solutions to prevent large scale disruptive industrial action, and avoid costly, time-consuming employment tribunals. Acas is governed by an independent council representing employers, trade unions, and independents. We work closely with partners, including in Government, business, the trade union movement, thinktanks and charities to increase awareness of good working practices and to think about the future of workplaces. Together, we make working life better for everyone in Britain.



Media channels that support Mad World's mission: