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The recipe for employee mental resilience - is your workforce set to thrive in 2022 and beyond?
From meaningful work to developing the coping skills to thrive, there are many ingredients to supporting mental health at work. To understand how to get the right blend and right focus of skills and behaviours, environment and culture, as well as accessible support, join Make a Difference, AXA Health and our panel of experts on 27th January from 10.00am - 11.15am.

Roundtable panel members include:

• Tracy Garrad, CEO, AXA Health, Exec Sponsor for D&I, AXA UK
• Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP, FMedSci Expert Adviser on Health and Work to NHS Improvement and Chair Ageing Better
• Dr Shaun Davis, Global Director, Compliance & Sustainability, Royal Mail Group
• Chloe Davies, Head of Social Impact, Lucky Generals
• Simon Blake OBE, Chief Executive, Mental Health First Aid England
• Stephen Bevan, Head HR Research Development, Institute for Employment Studies

The content is relevant for:

• C-Suite, HR, Benefits & Rewards, Health & Safety and OH Leaders
• Talent, Engagement and Business Transformation Leaders
• Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders
• Wellbeing Leaders and Champions

In other words, anyone who is responsible for the wellbeing of colleagues and wants to ensure they are providing the right support both now and in the future.

We look forward to seeing you there. If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register anyway and we’ll send you the recording a few days after the session.

Jan 27, 2022 10:00 AM in London

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Tracy Garrad
CEO @AXA Health & Exec Sponsor for D&I, AXA UK
Tracy is responsible for AXA’s healthcare business in the UK, formerly AXA PPP, and has been in this role since January 2019, having worked within a variety of industries and sectors during her career. Tracy is also executive sponsor for diversity and inclusion initiatives across AXA UK and Ireland, and was named in 2017 as one of 100 “women to watch” in Cranfield University’s FTSE Board Report. She is an Executive member of the AXA UK board.
Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP
Expert Adviser on Health and Work @NHS Improvement & Chair Ageing Better
Professor Dame Carol Black is currently Chair of the British Library, the Centre for Ageing Better, and Think Ahead, the Government’s fast-stream training programme for Mental Health Social Workers. She also chairs NHS Improvement’s Advisory Board on Employee Health and Wellbeing, and is a member of RAND Europe’s Council of Advisers, and of the Board of UKActive. Dame Carol has completed three independent reviews for the UK Government: of the health of the working-age population in 2008 as National Director for Health and Work; of sickness absence in Britain in 2011 as co-chair; and of employment outcomes of addiction to drugs or alcohol, or obesity, in 2016. In February 2019 the Home Secretary announced that Dame Carol would lead an independent review on illicit drugs, demand, supply and treatment.
Dr Shaun Davis
Global Director, Compliance & Sustainability @Royal Mail Group
A Chartered Fellow of The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, a Fellow of The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, a Chartered Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a Member of The Institute of Directors Shaun has a wide portfolio of responsibilities across the Royal Mail Group; his responsibilities include safety, health, wellbeing and sustainability. Voted as one of the 15 most influential in health and safety and a winner of The Institute of Directors ‘Director of the Year - 2018 ‘ award Shaun regularly contributes to contemporary debates and campaigns. He is a published author in a number of respected journals and practitioner publications.
Chloe Davies
Head of Social Impact @Lucky Generals
Chloe Davies is a proud bisexual woman, mother of two, a creative, global inclusion & belonging consultant, chef and entrepreneur. Her work sees her campaigning for inclusion and equality in social spaces, corporate organisations and the wider community. In September 2021 she took on the role of Head of Social Impact for Lucky Generals – the creative company for people on a mission. Here she will be focused on building a sustainable, diverse and inclusive company culture and output. Previously Chloe also spent over two years working for Mygwork - The global recruitment and networking hub for LGBT+ students, graduates, professionals and organisations who believe in true workplace equality. Chloe also volunteers with UK Black Pride (UKBP) as the Head of Finance & Governance, she is the Head of Relations for the London Queer Fashion Show, a Trustee for the London LGBTQ+ Community Centre and an Ambassador for Mental Health First Aid England.
Simon Blake OBE
Chief Executive @Mental Health First Aid England
Simon Blake OBE joined MHFA England as Chief Executive in October 2018, leading the organisation to achieve its vision of normalising society’s attitudes and behaviours around mental health, through training one in ten of the population in mental health skills and awareness. He is Chair of the Dying Matters Campaign based at Hospices UK and the Support After Suicide Partnership based at the Samaritans. He is also a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute. In 2020 he was named as a Global Diversity Leader and the 2021 Pride Power List. He is a writer, campaigner and trainer and was awarded an OBE for services to the voluntary sector and young people in 2011. He enjoys running, equestrian eventing and his dog.
Stephen Bevan
Head HR Research Development @Institute for Employment Studies
Stephen Bevan is head of HR research development at IES with responsibility for developing innovative new projects and programmes with IES partners and other collaborators. Stephen returned to IES in April 2016 after spending 15 years as Director of Research and Managing Director at The Work Foundation. Stephen has conducted research and consultancy on high-performance work practices, employee reward strategy, performance management, staff engagement and retention, and 'good work'. He has a special interest in workforce health and wellbeing, having led a number of national and international projects focusing on workforce health and the impact of chronic illness on productivity and social inclusion. He is the Project Director of a major impact evaluation project for the Work and Health Joint Unit which is tracking the progress of health-led trials for people with mental health and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).