EAPA supports the Mad World Summit, 9 October 2018
UK EAPA is delighted to be supporting the Mad World Summit, taking place on 9 October in London. Good mental health in the workplace is fundamental to business success and Mad World is playing a key role in this by putting mental health at the heart of the business agenda.
The focus of the event is about moving from stigma to solutions when it comes to workplace wellbeing and attendees will hear from an outstanding line up of speakers including:
- Sir Ian Cheshire, Chairman, Barclays UK & Campaign Chair, Heads Together
- Prof. Sir Cary Cooper CBE, 50th Anniversary Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester & President, CIPD
- Professor Dame Carol Black, Principal, Newnham College & Expert Adviser to Public Health England & NHS England
- Dr Charles Lattarulo, Global Director of Healthy Minds Program, American Express
- Dr Shaun Davis, Global Director of Health, Safety, Wellbeing & Sustainability, Royal Mail Group
- Dr Kai Haas, Managerial Occupational Physician/Health Management, Airbus
- Mia VanStraelen, HR Director, IBM
- Kimberley Swift, Health & Wellness Manager, PepsiCo
- Becky Thoseby, Group Head of Wellbeing, Department for Transport (DfT)
- Dr Pablo Vandenabeele, Medical Director – Mental Health, BUPA
The comprehensive agenda, which features keynote presentations, roundtables and networking opportunities, has been designed to benefit delegates in four ways:
- Learn how to integrate mental health into existing wellbeing strategies
- Gain inspiration from innovative leaders
- Uncover the right solutions for your organisation
- Share ideas and experiences with peers
“We are really pleased to be a part of Mad World. It’s vital that businesses have the right plans in place to support their employees and develop positive mental health throughout their workplaces. As partners of the summit, we can continue to raise awareness and understanding around the role EAPs can play in helping organisations to achieve this,” said Neil Mountford, chair of UK EAPA.
As a supporter of the event, EAPA is pleased to be able to extend a 30% discount on the delegate price to all EAPA members who may be interested in attending the event in October. Keep an eye out for a member update coming out soon with details of the discount code or email firstname.lastname@example.org for the code should you wish to book sooner.