Staying Healthly at Work Staying Healthly at Work

Fit for the Future

On 12 October 2011 almost 200 representatives from the public, private and voluntary sector came to Churchill College, Cambridge, to explore how staying healthy at work could make them fit for the future.

Delegates heard about personal experiences, the national context, the business case and a range of solutions that businesses and the NHS have found to tackle their health and wellbeing issues. 
 
Trisha Goddard 

A Personal Experience

Trisha Goddard, Broadcaster and Patron of Norwich and Norfolk Mind

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Carole Black 

Sustaining Health and Well-Being in the Workplace

Professor Dame Carol Black, National Director, Health and Work

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Mike Gogarty 

Health Inequalities and the Workplace

Dr Mike Gogarty, Director of Public Health, North East Essex

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Grace Mehanna 

Business Works Best when People are at their Best

Grace Mehanna, Workwell Campaign Manager, BITC

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Question and Answer 1 

Q&A Part 1

Panel: Grace Mehanna (BITC), Mike Gogarty (NHS North East Essex), Mike Brophy (BITC), Trisha Goddard (MIND), Karen Livingstone (NHS East of England)

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Hilary Bright 

Case study: Wellbeing and Resilience – From Words to Action

Hilary Bright, Head of HR Services, City College Norwich, BITC regional award winner

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Adrian Honeywell 

Case study: Doing the Right Thing – Cost v Investment

Adrian Honeywell, Head of SHEA Rail and Facilities Sector, May Gurney

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Little Things Mean a Lot  

Case study: Little Things Mean a Lot

Paul Winter, Chief Executive, Ipswich Building Society, BITC regional award runner-up.

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Looking After Number One 

Case study: Looking After Number One

Olivia Parrish, Director of Human Resources, Cooper Parry, BITC Example of Excellence 2011

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 Engaging for Success – Enhancing Performance through Employee Engagement 

Case study: Engaging for Success – Enhancing Performance through Employee Engagement

Karen Hussey, Associate Director, HR, South Essex Partnership NHS Trust

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Q&A Part 2 

Q&A Part 2

Panel: Mike Brophy (BITC), Olivia Parish (Cooper Parry), Paul Winter (Ipswich Building Society), Adrian Honeywell (May Gurney), Hilary Bright (Norwich City College),  Karen Hussey (South Essex Partnership - NHS), Karen Livingstone (NHS East of England)

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Going for Gold – How to Achieve Winning Performance 

Going for Gold – How to Achieve Winning Performance

Simon Shepard, Managing Director, Optima-life

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