UK WEBINAR SERIES

Perspectives on the Future of STEM in the UK

Re-Imagining Wellness
Supporting Employees in their Return to Work
Thursday 20th August – 12pm – Online

Cpl’s Future of Work Institute is delighted to bring you our UK based Webinar Series “Perspectives on the Future in STEM”. The world of work is changing for every industry including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics. As we all adapt to new ways of working, leading and engaging the workforce there are a number of key considerations.

Throughout this webinar series we interview experts within STEM to gain insight and perspectives across a range of topics. These are virtual, engaging and interactive sessions designed to provide you with practical tools you can implement today. This webinar series is brought to you in conjunction.

Webinar 2: Re-Imagining Wellness
Supporting Employees in their Return to Work

In a post COVID world the approach to workplace wellness will need to change. Organisations are using this time to consider how they can better support the health and well-being of their employees. Join our next webinar discussion where our Strategic Wellness Lead, Elysia Hegarty speaks with Dr. Frank O’Kelly, Dr. Annemarie O’Connor Clinical Psychologist and Kate Flowerdew, Wellbeing specialist about what their thoughts are on the approach to workplace wellness in the UK, the rise in mental health and how organisations can be primed to support employees as they return to work

In this session you will learn about:

– Why organisations need to take a different approach to wellness –
– What does this mean for the future of wellness –
– The rise in mental health issues –
– What organisations can do to prepare and support employees –

Date: Thursday 20th August
Time: 12pm

Meet the Panel

Elysia Hegarty

Elysia Hegarty

Strategic Wellness Lead

With over 15 years’ experience in Human Resource Management and the Health and Wellness Industry Elysia has combined her expertise to partner with business leaders to develop bespoke solutions for a healthy and engaged workforce. She has worked within multiple sectors and is a lead consultant at the Future of Work Institute. She works with customers to build strategic wellness programmes that attract, engage, and retain talent.
Dr. Frank O’Kelly

Dr. Frank O’Kelly

MB, BCh, BAO, BSc

Dr O’Kelly qualified from National University Ireland Galway in 1989. In the UK he has been a Clinical Assistant in Accident and Emergency at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Medical Director of Health Screening at The Evelyn Hospital Cambridge, Regional Medical Director for Nuffield Proactive Health for East and London and Lead Physician with Nuffield Proactive Health in London. He has worked in the private sector for 19 years as a Health Assessment Physician, Medico-Legal GP expert, Australian and New Zealand Immigration Medical Examiner and an Insurance Medical Examiner. Dr O’Kelly has been appraising doctors in the private sector since 2011 and with MEDSU since 2015. Dr O’Kelly is MEDSU’s Lead Appraiser, Director of Appraisal, Professional Development and Clinical Governance and is a Responsible Officer.

Dr. Annemarie O’Connor

Dr. Annemarie O’Connor

Clinical Psychologist, The Mind Works and HelloSelf

Dr Annemarie O’Connor; a practising Clinical Psychologist, Clinic Director, Author and Mental Health First Aid instructor. She has over fifteen years experience of assessing, understanding and treating a range of diagnoses and psychological difficulties. She is an active participant in movements across the London to improve wellbeing and inform people about anxiety, stress and progressing health beyond recovery.

Kate Flowerdew

Kate Flowerdew

Wellbeing Specialist, THRIVE

Kate Flowerdew is a coaching and wellbeing specialist with more than 20 years experience from across the People and Talent sector, in both the UK and Australia. Qualified with a diploma in Nutrition and a Masters in Business Coaching Kate is truly passionate about the impact her work has in boosting employee and leadership wellness in order to achieve organisational wellbeing. Kate runs a series of workplace wellness and leadership workshops and coaching programmes designed to equip employees and leaders with their very own self-care tool kit and personal wellness action plan. Kate firmly believes it’s the organisations that look beyond workplace wellbeing as a box ticking exercise and instead implement cultural change, that builds wellbeing in at a foundational level, will be the organisations that truly thrive.

Webinar 2: Re-Imagining Wellness
Supporting Employees in their Return to Work

Date: Thursday 20th August
Time: 12pm

For any further queries please email hello@futureofwork.ie

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