On 23rd November in London, The Crowd will bring together 120+ senior health & safety, wellbeing and sustainability professionals for X Health, Safety & Wellbeing.
This impactful half day event will explore how to apply exponential and disruptive thinking and solutions to corporate health, safety and wellbeing strategies. inspiring and connecting the leading minds from a mix of industry sectors.
We'll explore how disruptive technologies like augmented and virtual reality, and new supportive initiatives for employee mental health and wellbeing are exponentially changing traditional health and safety programmes in large organisations, sharing knowledge and latest thinking amongst the community.
The programme on the day is a mix of inspiring keynotes, high level panels, peer roundtable discussions and structured networking.
The audience for X Health, Safety & Wellbeing is carefully curated, with senior attendees invited based on their role type and their organisation.
Please drop firstname.lastname@example.org an email if you’d like to find out more, or apply for a place below.
13.00 Refreshments and networking
13.30 WELCOME: Luke Clarkson, Managing Director, The Crowd
13.35 KEYNOTE: Paul Sweeney, Vice President & General Manager of DAQRI
How disruptive Augmented Reality technology empowers you to visualize and interact with data in a completely new way, bridging physical and digital worlds with revolutionary 4D experiences.
13.55 LEADERSHIP PANEL
Jonathan Garrett, Head of Environment, Health and Safety at Prudential
Matthew Rae, Director, Safety and Wellbeing at Vodafone
Ruth Denyer, Group Head of Health, Safety and Insurance Risk Management at ITV
1 more panellist + moderator TBA
14.45 ROUNDTABLES: Attendees select their roundtables before the event. Peer discussions on a range of topics in groups of 10-12.
15.30 NETWORKING BREAK
16.00 NEW THINKERS PANEL
Sally Uren, Chief Executive at Forum for the Future
Oliver Heath, TV presenter, writer, architectural & interior designer
2 more panellists + moderator TBA
16.50 ROUNDTABLES: Attendees select their roundtables before the event. Peer discussions on a range of topics in groups of 10-12.
17:35: CLOSING KEYNOTE: Geoff McDonald, ex- Global Vice President HR for Marketing, Communications, Sustainability, and Talent, Unilever
Employee Wellbeing: A Competitive Advantage? A growing body of research indicates that there is a direct correlation between employee energy and performance – and that energy is largely driven by “wellbeing”. But what is wellbeing and why should it be considered as crucial for competitive advantage? Drawing on ideas on his 25 years’ experience in HR leadership at Unilever, and his own deeply personal story, Geoff will outline how companies can build wellbeing into development and performance as well as changing the narrative and stigma associated with mental health.