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Prevention over cure: supporting employee mental health and wellness
We brush our teeth for dental hygiene and workout to stay physically fit – but are we taking the same proactive and preventative approach to looking after our mental health?

Chaired and introduced by Matthew Jackson, Head of North America with mental health platform Unmind this webinar will first outline Unmind's new vision for supporting employee mental health; one that promotes our physical, psychological and social wellbeing. Matt will then open the session to discussion drawing on the perspectives of our stellar panel.

We'll be covering:

> The whole-person, whole-organization mindset.
> Why no employee should be left behind -prevention for 5 of 5 vs. treatment for 1 in 5.
> Approaches to providing the right support for your employees' wellbeing, wherever they are on their mental health journey.
> How to engage employees with the wellbeing support that you are providing.

Recommended for:

● CEOs, COOs, CFOs, Chief Medical Officers, CHROs
● HR and Benefits Leaders
● Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Leaders
● Workplace mental health and wellness champions and advocates

In other words, anyone, from any type or size of organisation, who cares about the mental health and wellbeing of your employees.

Aug 19, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Sheila Krueger
Head of Global Benefits @Zoom Video Communications
Sheila Krueger snuck into HR through a secret passageway from IT. While working in R&D, she was asked to select and implement an HRIS system. Once she got that task completed, she just stayed in HR. From systems, she expanded her knowledge to compensation, benefits, wellness, and communications. In her current position as Head of Global Benefits at Zoom Video Communications, she oversees the strategic plan for benefits across the globe, with a particular eye on the five pillars of wellness, and a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion lens as well. It is her great passion to help both employees and companies achieve a "healthy" balance of benefits.
Erika Soto Lamb
Vice President, Social Impact Strategy @Comedy Central & MTV
Erika Soto Lamb drives change on cultural and political issues via powerful and persuasive campaigns. Erika was the founding head of social impact strategy at Comedy Central and now leads action campaigns for a group of ViacomCBS brands including MTV, VH1, Logo, CMT, TV Land, Paramount Network, Smithsonian Channel and Pop. She is a co-founder of Power the Polls, the first national campaign to recruit a new generation of poll workers; a steering committee member for the inaugural Vote Early Day; and a founder of Mental Health Action Day. She was previously the founding chief communications officer at Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action, where she helped build the country’s largest gun violence prevention organization.
Laura DeCook
Wellbeing Specialist @Expedia Group
Laura DeCook is the Wellbeing Specialist Expedia Group on the People Operations team. Laura began the mental health program at Expedia Group at a grassroots level soon after being hired as an Executive Assistant in early 2018. She has run a number of global mental health programs at the company, which included hosting two World Mental Health Day global events, booking world-renowned mental health speakers, and running webinars on Managing Stress at Work and Managing Your Mental Wealth During Challenging Times in response to the COVID-19. crisis. Working with Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) around the globe, Laura manages Expedia Group's Mental Health Ambassador team which includes over 150 certified global employees. Laura is a frequent speaker at events and shares openly her experiences with burnout and anxiety in a fast-paced corporate environments.