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How can we utilise technology and digital to help tackle one of the most important health topics in the UK today – mental wellbeing? How do we protect mental health in the workplace?
Lloyds Banking Group’s Transformation Division will bring together some of the leading voices in Britain today, and some of the most innovative and forward-thinking start-ups and companies to discuss what companies can and should do to help.
Following the Lloyds Bank’s award-winning campaign focussing on talking about mental health, Get the inside out, the event aims to take the conversation further.
The campaign has explored how important it is to be upfront about mental health and to challenge stigmas that may still be present around mental wellbeing – but there is so much more that can and should be done in our digital society.
Attend this half-day conference to hear from speakers from FTSE 100 companies, charities and pressure groups, as they address topics including ways of working with digital, not against it, to keep ourselves and others healthy and happy.
The organisers hope that each attendee will leave with a list of new ideas about how they can help colleagues, employees and themselves stay mentally healthy.
The event aims to shine a light on what technology and digital can do to help individuals and organisations and provide an honest and open forum for experts and organisations alike to share and learn from each other’s experiences and stories.
Nick Williams, Group Mental Health Sponsor, Managing Director Commercial Transformation, Lloyds Banking Group
Sara Weller CBE, Non-Executive Director, Lloyds Banking Group
Brian Dow, Chief Executive, Mental Health UK
Helen Undy, CEO, Money and Mental Health Policy Institute
Sam Shah, Director of Digital Development, NHS England NHSX
Helen Milner, CEO, Good Things Foundation
Ben Towers, Entrepreneur