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Health @ Work Summit 2015

Thursday, 11 June 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

£249 – £299
Health @ Work

Health @ Work Summit 2015

June 11 @ 9:00 am- 4:30 pm

The Kensington Close Hotel, London

Health @ Work

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Practical advice and strategies to tackle employee stress and mental health issues in the workplace

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12th Annual ConferenceImproving health and wellbeing in the workplace


This Health @ Work conference will provide you with cutting edge strategies to improve employee wellbeing and mental health in your organisation at a time when stress and mental health problems are reportedly on the rise.

The Stress Management Society states that seventy eight per cent of employees say that stress affects their mood, sleep and health.  With so many affected, employee wellbeing directly impacts the productivity of your organisation and demands immediate action.

Focused on practical, preventative strategies to improve employee health, our panel of expert speakers and thought leaders will guide you through proven techniques and the latest innovations, from building resilience, to weaving mindfulness into your organisation’s culture.

blue crossWe will also address the latest strategies and concerns in employee health and wellbeing including:

  • Mental health – improve prevention & awareness and change cultures to normalise mental health
  • Agile working – manage binge working and redraw boundaries with technology
  • Getting buy-in – how to position wellbeing as business critical
  • Employment law – what impact will obesity-as-a-disability have?
  • Fit for Work Service – what value does it add beyond existing OH provisions?


Why should you attend Health @ Work 2015? 


Your challenges: How this event will help you overcome your employee health challenges:
Achieve genuine buy-in  Learn how to demonstrate the value of employee wellbeing strategies, get the metrics right and position health and wellbeing as business critical across your orgastion. 
Stress and mental ill-health is increasing Help employees take control of their own health and create permanent behavior change through resilience and mindfulness techniques.
Understand legal developments Review recent case law with our expert Employment Law Partner from Eversheds. Our speaker will guide you through obesity as a disability legislation, reasonable adjustments and the latest tribunal outcomes
Learn from experience of other practitioners We limit the number of suppliers to this conference creating an environment where you can share challenges and best practice with your peer group.
Need real ‘take home’ advice Case studies at the event focus on proven techniques and actionable advice giving you ideas you can implement as soon as you get back to the office.
How do I make the conference relevant to me? Small breakout sessions provide intimate, discursive environments to explore the issues that matter to you with like minded colleagues.

This conference is perfect for HR professionals such as:


  • HR directors and heads of HR
  • Occupational health managers and advisers
  • Chief medical officers
  • Managers of health and wellbeing
  • Managers of health and safety
  • Heads of employee relations
  • Corporate social responsibility managers
  • Rewards and benefits professionals


Event Sponsors

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Unum has been providing employee insurance benefits in the UK for 40 years, offering policies to employers of all sizes, including 37 of the FTSE100.

In particular we specialise in Group Income Protection.

This provides staff with a back-up plan if they’re unable to work due to long-term illness or injury, by paying a proportion of their salary until they either get better and return to work or reach retirement.                                                                                                                                                                             

Voted the UK’s most trusted healthcare provider in 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014, benenden health is an affordable alternative to private medical insurance, providing access to a range of discretionary healthcare services aimed at helping employees request expert care to get them back on their feet and back to work quickly.

What’s more; we do not exclude employees with pre-existing medical conditions.  

To find out more, email bdu@benenden.co.uk or call 0800 414 8179


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Work and Well-Being Ltd was set up in 2005. It specializes in measuring and managing employees’ health and well-being.

The company’s approach is independent and based on an established, scientific method that has won industry and academic awards. www.workandwellbeing.com




Therapy Solutions certainly know how to create happy, healthy and motivated staff.

Their Ergonomic Massage has been voted “Most Valued Reward” by 96% of employees.

A Tactical Reward, Employees appreciate managers have addressed the challenges they face daily such as stress and muscular aches but delivered the solution in the form of a reward!

The massage is backed up by a benchmarking wellbeing survey giving measurable results.

Media Partners







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Hayley Griffin“There is a real link between employee wellbeing and employee engagement. Research shows that the best companies to work for have made investments into the health and wellbeing of their staff leading to improved individual and organisational performance.”

Hayley Griffin,
Conference Producer




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Media Partners

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Testimonials from HR Professionals

“We found the event extremely relevant to our work and it provided an excellent channel to communicate and promote our services and initiatives”

Executive Consultant, Jobs In Mind


“Excellent choice of speakers, good opportunity allowed for questioning panel, very good how to do it theme, friendly and no intimidating atmosphere created by organisers is a +. Well done and thank you!!”

Occupational Health Manager, Harrods Ltd


“Really useful share of knowledge. Good network opportunity. Valuable to see both public and private sector”

Health & Wellbeing Manager, BHRUT


“All the sessions were relevant no matter what size business you were in. Very inspirational”

H & S Advisor, ABEL & IMRAY


“Excellent conference – well ran, full of information – great to hear other peoples answers and performances within the workplace”

Occupational Health Manager, Alcatel-Lucent


“Gained quite a lot of ideas from speakers on how we can drive things forward!”

Group HR Manager, Admiral Group plc

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Programme for Health @ Work Summit 2015:

09:00  Coffee and registration

Chair’s opening remarks

Ann McCracken, Vice President, ISMA – International Stress Management Association UK

Future work trends; managing agile working

  • The end of the 9-5
  • Benefits on employee wellbeing
  • Managing binge working and redrawing boundaries with technology
Nicola Millard, Customer Experience Futurologist, BT

Developing an evidence-based well-being programme

  • What are your employees’ needs
  • How to quantify them
  • Introducing HealthHive™
Dr Bridget Juniper, Director, Work and Well-Being Ltd

The Future of Benefits

  • The workplace is changing through the development of new technologies
  • Employees are look for more from their employers than just a competitive salary
  • How will employee trends affect the workplace?
  • What benefits should employers put in place to ensure they are looking after their employees now and in the future
Linda Levesque, Vice President Corporate Benefits, Unum

Questions and discussion with speakers

11:30   Refreshments and networking

Improving employee wellness: Implementing a Psychological therapy service for common mental health conditions 

Kim Swift, Health & Wellness Manager,  PepsiCo UK & Ireland

Business critical tips to improve mental health

  • Introducing mental health risk management
  • Improving mental health prevention and awareness
  • Co-ordinating support
  • Mental health first aid
  • Embedding continuous improvement
Robert Manson, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Morrisons Supermarkets PLC

Embedding wellness into your overall HR Strategy

  • Positioning wellbeing as business critical
  • Getting the figures right and understanding the metrics
  • Securing senior engagement and genuine buy-in
  • Linking engagement and wellbeing
  • The case for the wellbeing champion
Alice Huxley, People & Development Manager, SweatyBetty

Redefining culture to normalise mental health issues

  • Getting the right policies and practice in place
  • Talking openly and honestly about stress and mental health
  • Ensuring line managers feel comfortable to address this issue
  • Changing preconceptions
Emma Mamo, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, Mind
12:40   Lunch and networking

Let’s get active; yoga refresh

Delivered by: Pippa Richardson, Yogamatters – serving your yoga journey


Knowledge share networking session

  • Communicating with field based workers – Making health attractive
  • Supporting carers – The effect on wellbeing and the cost to the business
  • Improving line management – Ensuring managers have a positive effect on health and wellbeing

Stress, resilience and wellbeing: Creating a flourishing institution

  • Importance of enabling employees to take control of their own mental health
  • Creating initiatives and environments that help foster well-being
  • Case studies of large organisation resilience and wellbeing programme implementation
  • Practical and logistic notes
Kate Heffron, Senior Lecturer- MSc Applied Positive Psychology, University of East London

Disability discrimination update


  • Understanding what constitutes disability
  • Obesity as a disability
  • The impact of fit for work on disability
  • Unravelling recent case law and tribunal outcomes
  • What is reasonable when making adjustments?
Naeema Choudry, Partner, Eversheds

Creating a biopsychosocial model for health

  • Linking between physical and psychological health
  • Creating the right environment for health
  • Understanding your workforce and demographic changes
  • Providing better guidance to managers
Kate Field, Occupational Health and Safety Manager, easyJet

A different view on wellbeing: Prevention, early intervention and support

  • The role of democracy in action
  • Effective communication
  • Walking the walk to tackle mental health
Nick Davison, Head of Health Services, John Lewis Partnership
15:00 Refreshments and networking

Q&A Session: Impact of the Fit for Work Service

Chris Rhodes, Chief Nursing Officer at Fit for Work

A personal story of breakdown and recovery

  • Coping mechanisms
  • Organisational support
  • Silence in organisations
  • Diversity – Business Disability Forum
Steve Walter, HSE Manager, Servomex Group Ltd

Questions and discussion with speakers


Chair’s closing remarks and end of conference


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40% special discount to celebrate International Happiness Day!


To commemorate International Day of Happiness, we are offering a happy 40% discount to anyone interested in attending our Health @ Work Summit.

Use code ‘happy40’ in the shopping cart. Offer ends Tuesday 24 March.



Meet some of the expert speakers at this event: 

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Dr Nicola Millard, Customer Experience Futurologist, BT

Dr Nicola Millard heads up Customer Insight & Futures in BT’s Global Innovation Team. Despite working for a technology company, Nicola isn’t actually a technologist and combines psychology with futurology to try and anticipate what might be lying around the corner for both customers and organisations (sadly, her crystal ball is currently broken).

Nicola has now worked for BT for 24 years. She has done a number of jobs around the BT business, including user interface design, customer service and business consulting. She was involved with a number of BT “firsts” including the first application of intelligent systems into BT’s call centres and BT’s initial experimentation with home working.

Nicola got her PhD from Lancaster University in 2005, published her first book in 2009 and now spends most of her time doing research, writing blogs, articles and white papers. Nicola has also appeared on both the BBC (Radio and TV) and Channel 4 in the UK, as well as TV and radio in Australia, South Africa, Turkey and Dubai. She has done a TED talk about why people accept or reject technologies and is also a judge on a number of award panels, including the Institute of Customer Service awards.

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Dr Bridget Juniper, Director, Work and Well-Being Ltd

Bridget Juniper is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist. She is a methodologist and specialises in helping organisations to better evaluate employee well-being in a way that is meaningful, relevant and practical. Her PhD examined the measurement of employee well-being.

Bridget set up Work and Well-Being Ltd (WWBL) in 2005 to provide organisations with independent metrics on the well-being of their workforce that then inform their choice of programme for optimising health and performance.

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Kim Swift, UK Health & Wellness Manager, PepsiCo UK & Ireland

Kim is a qualified HR professional who has worked for PepsiCo for 5 years.  Kim has held the role of H&W Manager for the past 18 months and has full responsibility for the UK wellness strategy and Occupational Health agenda.  Her key area of interest is mental resilience and seeking out new ways to ensure mental health is at the forefront of the organisation’s wellbeing proposition.  

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Kate Field, Occupational Health, Safety & Wellbeing Manager, easyJet

Kate has worked in the health and safety field for over 15 years. 8 of those years were working as an inspector for the HSE, working across all industries. Kate was heavily involved in the promotion of the HSE stress management standards when they were launched and lead work in the Disease Reduction team – focusing on work related health issues such as cancer and respiratory diseases. Having moved into private industry 7 years ago, Kate’s interest in physical and mental health with the workplace, and how work can have positive and negatives effects on both, has continued.


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Naeema Choudry, Partner, Eversheds

Naeema advises on all aspects of employment law, acting primarily on behalf of large scale employers who are household names. She undertakes her own advocacy in tribunals throughout the UK and has a special interest in executive terminations, large scale re-organisations, contractual disputes and discrimination.

Naeema is a regular speaker at seminars and conferences and chairs workshops on equal pay which are jointly hosted with Opportunity Now. She contributes to a variety of publications and broadcast media. She is also featured in the Legal 500, Legal Experts and Chambers directories, in which she is noted for her “articulate and professional manner” and “high level of competency in various areas, from tribunals, to pension issues, to discrimination” and as someone “you would want in your corner”.

Naeema is featured in the Opportunity Now 20th Anniversary Review which celebrates two decades of advancing women in the workplace. She also sits on the North West Advisory Board of Business in the Community. In September 2013 Naeema was appointed as a Fee Paid Employment Tribunal Judge sitting in the Birmingham Region.

 Ann McCracken

Ann McCracken, Vice President, ISMA – International Stress Management Association UK

Conference chair, Ann McCracken, is a Director of AMC2 and the vice president of the International Management Association (ISMA UK) – the professional body for stress management practitioners.

She specialises in developing a positive and resilient working culture in organisations by introducing effective strategies in performance and wellbeing at all levels. The effectiveness of such a positive working culture is measured and assessed using AMC2 corporate diagnostic innovative surveys which include measurement of psychosocial factors, stress and wellbeing. Having initially trained as a scientist, she carried out research with DEFRA and consultancy in the NHS.

Ann spent 10 years in education before retraining as a stress management practitioner in 1996. She is the author of Stress Gremlins©, regularly writes/broadcasts and is an external lecturer at Westminster University. She is also a key note/motivational speaker/conference chair.

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Nick Davison, Head of Partnership Health Services, John Lewis Partnership

Nick joined John Lewis Partnership in 2011 with a brief to redesign and create a health service to reflect the changing needs of the Partnership. The new service went live in 2013 and continues to successfully support the growth of the business, in a more innovative,  efficient and transparent way.

Nick’s previously held roles as Head of Health Strategy and General Manager, Occupational Health at Aviva Health and brings considerable change management experience from the financial service industry.

Whilst not clinically trained, Nick has an MBA from Henley Business School where he majored on the impact of strategic innovation and disruptive forces.

Outside of work, Nick enjoys rugby, skiing and surfing.

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Emma Mamo, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, Mind

Emma is Head of Workplace Wellbeing at Mind. Emma joined Mind in 2007 and, since 2010, has led Mind’s campaigning for mentally healthy workplaces – playing a pivotal role in thought leadership to position mental health in the workplace as a key priority for employers and Government.

Emma has led culture change through engagement with employers, health and safety professionals, HR audiences and Government on mental health in the workplace and back-to-work support for people with mental health problems. She also supports networks of employers and stakeholders to share best practice and develop business-to-business peer support. Emma has worked in the disability sector since 2005 and previously worked for Mencap, the learning disability charity.

 Robert Manson, Director, Occupational Health, UK Operations, GlaxoSmithKline

Robert Manson, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Morrisons Supermarkets PLC

Robert is currently Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing at Morrisons Supermarkets plc providing a service to over 1,240,000 employees. He has over 25 years experience in both the occupational health and health and safety arena working in the chemical, pharmaceutical and retail business.

He has a BSc in Occupational Health as well as an MSc in Health Ergonomics specialising in participatory methods for both ergonomics and wellness programmes.

Robert has written several articles on case management and workplace ergonomic programmes and has been recognised with the Safety and Health at Work – European Good Practice Award Winner 2007 for reducing risk and costs within companies. He has presented at the Health and Wellbeing Conference in Birmingham in 2014 on Creating a Resilient Workforce and has had a follow up article published in the Occupational Health Journal June 2014.

He is a lead facilitator for the Energy for Performance in Life program which supports work-life integration and engagement among employees. He has devised and is now delivering Resilient Leadership workshops for Morrisons colleagues. Robert has recently accepted a position as an unpaid Non-Executive Director for the board of Mental Health First Aid England.

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Steve Walter, HSE Manager, Servomex Group Ltd

Steve Walter currently works for a manufacturing company as a Health, Safety and Environmental Manager. Previously he was employed by the manufacturers’ organisation EEF, as a Health, Safety, Climate and Environment Adviser, where he specialised in occupational health related issues.

He originally took a degree in chemistry and biochemistry, then worked as a Principal Environmental Health Officer, completing his Masters degree in Business Administration. He experienced his first breakdown in 1997 and was awarded the label – bipolar affective disorder – not long afterwards.

After telling his story he became an ambassador for the mind out for mental health campaign and has appeared on BBC Business Breakfast. His experience has been vividly described in his book, Fast Train Approaching, which for some is both disturbing and shocking.

He’s also written a collection of other people’s stories and experiences of mental ill-health; Voices – mental health survivors, therapist, family and friends


Alice Huxley, People & Development Manager, SweatyBetty

Alice is the People & Development Manager for Sweaty Betty, leading HR for their UK and US operations.  Prior to that Alice has worked for the John Lewis Partnership, as well as a freelance L&D Consultant and managed her own Pilates business.

The guardians of Sweaty Betty’s unique culture, Alice and her team are responsible for developing and reinforcing the company’s values, strategically and operationally. With 40 UK stores already and expansion plans in both the UK and US, it’s an exciting time for the brand.  Sweaty Betty’s mission is to convert 1m women to an ‘active lifestyle’ by 2017 and the company prides itself on inspiring women to find empowerment through fitness. Alice has represented Sweaty Betty in previous discussions and articles regarding fitness and wellbeing in the workplace – a fully qualified Personal Trainer and Pilates instructor, as well as an experienced Learning & Development professional,  Alice is passionate about the positive impact that healthy and happy employees have on business success.

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Linda Levesque, Vice President Corporate Benefits, Unum

Linda Levesque is Vice President, Corporate Benefits for Unum. Unum employs approximately 10,000 employees world wide with four key U.S. locations and three key U.K. locations in Basingstoke, Bristol and Dorking, as well as an operation in Ireland.


Linda is accountable for aligning benefits offered with overall business objectives and strategies. In this capacity she and her staff are responsible for strategy, design, on-going plan management, communication and education of benefits, as well as governance risk oversight and compliance for all benefit programs offered to Unum employees.


Linda holds several certifications and designations, including CLU.

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Dr Kate Heffron, Senior Lecturer- MSc Applied Positive Psychology, University of East London

Dr. Kate Hefferon is a Chartered Psychologist, Senior Lecturer and the Head of the Posttraumatic growth research unit at the University of East London. Her interests lie within the areas of post-traumatic growth, physical activity, health and well-being. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed papers and book chapters as well as lead author on popular Positive psychology texts books, including ‘Positive Psychology: Theory, Research and Applications’ (2011) and ‘Positive Psychology: The Somatopsychic Side to Flourishing’ (2013) and co-author of the new “Applied positive psychology: Integrated positive practice “(2014).


Pippa Richardson, Marketing Manager, Yogamatters – serving your yoga journey

Pippa is the Marketing Manager at Yogamatters and a BWY trained yoga teacher. Pippa’s classes are open-level, spacious and intuitive, allowing time for exploration and contemplation. Her clear, focused approach on alignment honours the need for different approaches for individual structures. This approach aims to build strength and flexibility in both body and mind, encouraging the body to return to its natural state of ease and freedom. Pippa is based in London and teaches weekly hatha yoga classes, private 1-2-1’s and corporate classes.


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Generally coffee and light refreshments are available on arrival and at tea and coffee breaks throughout the day.  The times of these are made clear in the event programme.

Lunch is served on full day events.  We arrange a buffet with a selection of options to accommodate different dietary requirements, but if you have specific needs please feel free add this on the ‘additional information’ section of the online booking for or to email us.  Contact us here.

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If you added delegate details on the booking form when you completed your order or told us by phone or email the names of the attendees, these people will be registered and do not need to bring the ‘ticket’.


I am a supplier or consultant, can I attend?

Sorry, but suppliers may not attend as delegates.

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Changes are sometimes needed due to circumstances beyond our control such as trainers being ill, poor weather and so on.  In the very rare circumstances that we need to change the date for an event we will automatically offer you a place on the next available event date.  If this is not suitable for you we will refund your booking fee.

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40% special discount to celebrate International Happiness Day!


To commemorate International Day of Happiness, we are offering a happy 40% discount to anyone interested in attending our Health @ Work Summit.

Use code ‘happy40’ in the shopping cart. Offer ends Tuesday 24 March.




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£ 299.00
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£ 249.00


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