World Mental Health Day – AthleteStaying safe and protecting the mental health and wellbeing of your workforce has never been more important than right now. This pandemic has seen a huge increase in anxieties surrounding the health and safety of families, job security, and working in isolation for an extended period of time. It’s vital businesses use the resources from health gurus, productive psychologists and experts in mental health to support their employees during this unprecedented crisis. A workplace that is under immense stress, and lack the infrastructure of support needed to handle the pressure, will ultimately crumble, damaging both your staff’s health and your business’ future. Wellbeing experts are on hand to teach your team how to manage their emotions, and educate managers on the best ways to support their staff. Whether they are booked to celebrate World Mental Health Day, supply wellbeing workshops or educate business managers, these speakers are the perfect addition to your virtual event I have selected just a few of our top mental health and wellbeing speakers below.
Athlete and leading authority in the field of wellbeing and stress . Dorothy Martin is an expert in national policy in areas of workplace health and wellbeing as well as mental health. She has consulted with organisations such as the NHS, John Lewis & Partners, M&C Saatchi, Dorchester Hotel, Regent’s University London and many more, and has received special recognition from the Mayor of London for her work on organisational wellbeing.
Comedienne, Keynote Athlete, Mental health Athlete and Awards Host. Ruby Wax is a well known TV personality, actor and has been an active voice in the battle against mental illness. She facilitates workshops and presents keynotes which focus on neuroscience, communication, and leadership. She effortlessly combines humor with heavy and important topics. Her keynotes are captivating and informative.
Former professional Footballer, delivers an honest and moving account of his battles with depression and mental health issues. A prominent face in football, even since his retirement in 2013, he was formerly the PFA Chairman, and the first current, at the time, professional footballer to appear on the BBC’s Question Time. He can also claim to have won Britain’s brainiest Footballer as well as appearing on three episodes of Channel 4 prime time quiz show Countdown.
Creating Mindful Leaders and a Positive Workplace Culture. Pandit Dasa is a Mindful Leadership Expert, author and motivational keynote speaker. His inspirational speeches aim to create a more mindful workplace culture which increases productivity and improves retention. He encourages leadership and co-workers to appreciate and celebrate the success and contributions of others. This attitude fosters trust, enhances teamwork and greatly impacts employee performance. He emphasizes the importance of leading without ego and highlights the importance of cultivating self-awareness and personal growth and development.