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MAD World Summit 2020

15 September by Stuart Vivian

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The first half of 2020 will go down in history as one of the most tumultuous times in living memory. 

But as leaders put pandemic recovery plans in place, they are in a unique position to build back better - with employee mental health and wellbeing at the heart of the business.

“What organisation would not want to be more successful after-COVID than it was before? When you care about mental health, you care about your business”. Dr Richard Heron, VP Health and Chief Medical Officer, BP

MAD World stands for Make A Difference. Taking place on 8 October, just before World Mental Health Day, the MAD World Summit is the global go-to online event for employers who want to make a difference to workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing. 

In 2020, the event is digital. Extending our reach, this opens up even more opportunities for attendees to learn, network and share knowledge in real-time with like-minded employers. 

The core focus will be on: supporting employee mental healthphysicalfinancial and social wellbeing through COVID-19; stigma; prevention; the evolving role of the line manager; effective leadership through change; navigating the supplier landscape; assessing impact and building inclusive teams and cultures that drive performance and human thriving in readiness for the future world of work. 

The packed day is a unique meeting of minds with inspiring keynotes, workshops, case studies, curated conversations in the back-stage lounge and lots of opportunities for networking. Speakers include:

Rt. Hon. Sir Norman LambJohn Amaechi OBE, David Oldfield, Group Director, Commercial Banking, Lloyds Banking Group, Leena Nair, Chief HR Officer, Unileverplus leaders from SantanderNationwideM&C SaatchiBP,DeloitteBTCompanies HouseOfcomRolls RoyceGSKNational Grid VenturesGivaudanLegal & General, Starbucks and more. 

Whether you’re just getting started with addressing workplace wellbeing or you’re moving to the next level of implementation of your strategy, from C-suite, talent executives, managers to next-generation leadership teams, join 1000+ like-minded professionals for collaboration, inspiration and to find the right answers for your organisation – now, and for the future. 

With a range of different registration options, there is something for everybody – whatever your budget. From the Gold Pass, which gives public and private sector employers access to the Backstage Lounge area (where they can join a range of conversations hosted by our Advisory Board members). To theGlobal Passwhich also gives access to our events in the US and Asia. To the Visitor Pass, which allows free access to the supplier showcases and a range of workshops across the day.

For details of the fantastic line-up of speakers and to register using code MADUK25 to access 25% off the full ticket pricevisit https://madworldsummit.com/

You can also subscribe to receive the Make A Difference weekly newsletter and follow the event on LinkedIn for updates at @mad-world-summit.

Follow the MAD World’s social media tags:

Twitter:             @MADSummits

LinkedIn:          @make-a-difference-summits

See you there!

Contact Stuart Vivian by calling 01202 888986 or email: wellbeing@allen-york.com