Thriving at work - what does it really mean?
Date & time
Friday 24 November, 12.30pm
WorkRite Busisness Development Manager, Posturite
Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, RSA
Join health and wellbeing expert Tony Bough on this webinar as he discusses the recently published ‘Thriving at Work’ report, an independent review of mental health and employers by Lord Dennis Stevenson and Paul Farmer. He will discuss how this will affect people and policies at work, and he'll explain how to put a wellbeing or stress awareness policy in place. He’ll also share his in-depth knowledge of mental health first aid, his experience as an instructor, and the power this has to open up important conversations.
Send in your questions
This webinar is a great chance for you to have your mental health questions answered by an expert. If you have any questions about mental health first aid, or wellbeing in general, please send them to Ellie prior to the broadcast.
By joining this webinar you’ll get to listen in to an important discussion on a critical workplace topic. You’ll pick up valuable tools and hopefully be inspired to take these back to your workplace. The webinar is free to listen to and available to register for now.
About the speakers
Ellie Hale started at Posturite in 2014 and has quickly established herself as a key member of the WorkRite team.
Prior to joining Posturite, Ellie worked in business development in Sydney, Australia for five years. Her degree is in law which has given her a solid understanding of the legal obligations employers have to their staff with regards to health and safety training to remain compliant. Ellie’s role is to travel to potential clients to demonstrate the WorkRite system and show how it can streamline their processes and procedures.
Tony Bough is a Chartered Fellow of IOSH and Chartered Member of the CIPD.
He has worked in a variety of industries in mixed health and safety and HR roles, with experience in manufacturing, the public sector, occupational health and the financial services industry. Tony is currently Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing for RSA.