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The InsideOut Mental Health Awards will celebrate our mental health and the organisations and individuals who champion it!

On 24 March 2021 in London we will host the inaugural InsideOut Mental Health Awards, celebrating our mental health and those organisations and individuals who champion it. The evening itself will be very different to any other awards ceremony you have attended in the past and will provide a unique experience of celebration, networking, entertainment, and dancing with the industry’s finest.

We have added a number of new “Lockdown Mental Health Awards” to compliment the categories that have been already shortlist for excellence during 2019. The Awards are free to enter and will be a celebration of our mental health and those who champion it. Further details here

The awards will be brought to you by Rob Stephenson, Founder of InsideOut and Chris Cummings, CEO of the Wellbeing @ Work events globally. The diverse judging panel, formed of industry thought leaders and young people with lived experience and fresh perspectives, met recently and we now have our shortlist of finalists.

Together we will mark the progress of stigma getting smashed and celebrate the creation of mentally healthy workplaces that allow all employees to prioritise their wellbeing.

Our finalists include the following organisations:

 

 

Sir Ian Cheshire

Sir Ian Cheshire


Chairman of Barclays UK, Lead Non Executive Director for the Government & Campaign Chairman of Heads Together

Poppy Jaman OBE

Poppy Jaman OBE


Internationally respected mental health advocate, national policy advisor and social entrepreneur

Sean Duggan

Sean Duggan


Chief Executive of the Mental Health Network at the NHS Confederation

Shalah Akhtar

Shalah Akhtar


Tax Manager and PwC Muslim Network Lead

Christine Elliott

Christine Elliott


Christine chairs the Health and Care Professions Council, the UK’s leading multi-profession regulator

Suzanne Farrell

Suzanne Farrell


Programme Manager on the ‘Every Mind Matters’ Campaign at Public Health England, focusing on evidence & evaluation

Lord Dennis Stevenson

Lord Dennis Stevenson


Former Chairman of HBOS & Co-Author of the Thriving at Work Report on Mental Health

Hayley Mulenda

Hayley Mulenda


Multi Award Winning International Speaker, Author and Change-Agent being a voice to the voiceless across the globe

Radhika Rangaraju

Radhika Rangaraju


Radhika is an award winning Digital Health Leader currently working as Head of Integration for Digital Development NHSX

Anastasia Vinnikova

Anastasia Vinnikova


Early Careers Recruitment Adviser and Mental Health Network Co-Chair at Bank of England

Eleri Thomson

Eleri Thomson


Tax Analyst in the Tax Management Consultancy at Deloitte

Jack Parsons

Jack Parsons


CEO of Big Youth Group, award-winning young entrepreneur, public speaker and youth expert

Tali Shlomo

Tali Shlomo


People Engagement Director at the Chartered Insurance Institute an inspirational & dynamic diversity, inclusion, wellbeing & HR practitioner

Robyn Vernon-Harcourt

Robyn Vernon-Harcourt


Senior Programme Manager of The Lord Mayor’s Appeal & leading This is Me that is changing attitudes towards mental health in the workplace

Nigel Jones

Nigel Jones


Advisory Group Chair of the City Mental Health Alliance & former Partner of Linklaters

Jo Loughran

Jo Loughran


Director of Time to Change, specialising in behaviour change campaigns & mental health anti-stigma programmes

Geoff McDonald

Geoff McDonald


Co-Founder of [email protected] & Mental Health campaigner

Ben Towers

Ben Towers


Ben started in business aged 11 & has since successfully exited his marketing agency, invested in disruptive start-ups & inspired millions

Carole Spiers

Carole Spiers


Chair of the International Stress Management Society in the UK

 

After receiving over 160 entries, the judging panel met in 2020 and we are delighted to announce our shortlist of finalists. The winners will be announced on 24 March 2021 in central London.

We have also added a number of new “Lockdown Mental Health Awards” to compliment the categories that have been already shortlist for excellence during 2019. The Awards are free to enter and will be a celebration of our mental health and those who champion it. Further details here

Best use of Technology Award:

  • Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Trust Foundation
  • Santander
  • VinciWorks

Employer Innovation Award:

  • Derbyshire Support Facilities Services
  • RSK Group
  • Sussex & Surrey Police

Third Party Influence Award:

  • Bank of England
  • City Lit
  • International WELL Building Institute
  • John Lewis Partnership
  • Legal & General

Mental Health Benefits Award:

  • Capco
  • Clarion Solicitors
  • Student Life
  • Virteous World

Mental Health First Aid Award:

  • Deutsche Bank
  • Fast Stream and Early Talent (Cabinet Office)
  • University of Northampton

Employer Initiative of the Year Award:

  • Legal & General
  • Savanta
  • Southeastern Railway
  • Tideway
  • Walt Disney Company

SME Initiative of the Year Award:

  • Emerald Group
  • MPI Limited
  • New Leaf

Large Employer Thriving at Work Award:

  • Govia Thameslink Railway
  • Hewlett Packard
  • one Alliance (Anglian Water)

Behind the Scenes Champion Award:

  • Andy Ward, Deutsche Bank
  • James Martin, Enterprise Rent-A-Car UK
  • Helen Fuller, Metropolitan Police
  • Bethany Mullet, Otsuka

Storyteller Award:

  • Anastasia Vinnikova, Bank of England
  • Luke Adebyi, Capital International Group
  • Nick Jemetta, Sainsbury’s

Executive Sponsor Award:

  • Sonya Branch, Bank of England
  • Chris Grove, BDO
  • Josh Krichefski, MediaCom

Line Manager Award:

  • Simon Moore, BIE Executive
  • Michelle Hockly, Deutsche Bank
  • Jo Goode, Southeastern Railway

Wellbeing Leader Award:

  • Rachel Czernobay, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang
  • Arti Kashyap-Aynsley, Deloitte
  • Josh Krichefski, MediaCom
  • Chris Hanson-Moring, WSP

Campaigner of the Year Award:

  • Andy Ward, Deutsche Bank
  • Nick Jemetta, Sainsbury’s
  • Paul Harlington, TUI Group

 


Overall Sponsor


Unmind

Unmind

Unmind is a workplace mental health platform. We empower organisations and employees to measurably improve their mental wellbeing




Award Sponsors


Aetna

Aetna

World-class health & wellness benefits provider allowing companies to get the knowledge & tools they need to help build a healthy workforce





Big White Wall

Big White Wall

You’re not alone.
Join our online mental health community. Accessible any time, anywhere





City Mental Health Alliance

City Mental Health Alliance

Mental Health is everyone’s business





Gympass

Gympass

The world’s largest corporate fitness platform





MHFA England

MHFA England

We are Mental Health First Aid England. We are a training and campaigning organisation





Savannah Group

Savannah Group

Savannah is a global executive search and interim management firm specialising in C-Suite and Director level appointments





Time to Change

Time to Change

We want to end mental health discrimination





Wellbeing @ Work Summits

Wellbeing @ Work Summits

Annual summits in fifteen cities globally helping to enable employees & organisations to thrive





InsideOut Leaderboard

InsideOut Leaderboard

Each year, we publish a list of senior leaders from our workplaces who are open about their experience of mental ill-health




 

The InsideOut Awards Entry Guidelines

1. Eligibility

All categories are open to all individuals and companies that can provide the requested information outlined in the nomination form before the deadline for entries which is 30 November 2019. Go to the ‘How to Enter’ tab at the top of the page to submit your entries.

2. Entry Requirements

All entries are free and must be completed online by following the ‘How to Enter’ tab at the top of the page before the closing deadline of 30 November 2019.

You can submit as many entries as you wish free of charge and there are no limits to the number of categories a submission can be entered for, as long as the entry is relevant to the category.

3. Award Criteria and Judging Process

All entries must be completed in full and submitted online using the online submission form. Any incomplete entries will be returned to the nominee for further details requested. Our independent and vastly experienced judging panel will meet early 2020 for our official judging day where they will shortlist three entries for each category and the shortlisted entries will be informed soon after this process.

4. Winners

We will then announce the Bronze, Silver & Gold Winners at the Awards evening on 24th March 2021 in London. All Gold winners will be welcomed onto the stage to receive an engraved trophy and Bronze & Silver winners will receive a certificate on the evening. Winners will be entitled to use the “InsideOut Awards Winner 2020” logo in their communications at no extra charge.

5. Timeline

  • June 2019: Launch of the InsideOut Awards
  • July 2019: Open for Entries
  • 30 November 2019: Deadline for Entries
  • 31 December 2019: Deadline for supporting information
  • 22 & 23 January 2020: Judging Day & Shortlist Announcement
  • 24 March 2021: InsideOut Awards Ceremony in London

6. General Terms

  • The organisers of the InsideOut Awards reserve the right to request additional information to verify the accuracy of your entry and if you are submitting on behalf of a client, the InsideOut Awards reserve the right to contact the organisation to verify the entry.
  • Information contained in the submission will remain confidential until the judging day that takes place in January 2020.
  • Once you have submitted your entry, you are able to make changes as long as they are completed before 31 December 2019.
  • All entries must be submitted in English using the online entry form in the ‘How to Enter’ tab above.
  • Submitting your entry gives The InsideOut Awards the right to reproduce and publish submitted information unless you specifically request that we do not do so in writing.
  • The InsideOut Awards reserves the right to disqualify any entries that do not meet our entry guidelines. Any decision to disqualify will be final and we will inform you in writing.

Good Luck!

 

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InsideOut Awards Table of 10£2,500.00Your table of 10 includes access to the entire awards evening with food, drinks & entertainment for 10 people

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InsideOut Awards Individual Ticket£250.00Your ticket includes access to the entire awards evening with food, drinks & entertainment

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InsideOut Awards Individual Ticket (Located on the balcony)£225.00Your ticket includes access to the entire awards evening with food, drinks & entertainment (please note you will be sitting on the balcony)

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Details

Date:
24th March 2021
Time:
6:00 pm - 11:45 pm

Questions?

Got a question about this event? Please get in touch and we will be back to you within 24 hours.

Venue

Hawker House
Canada Street
London, SE16 7PJ United Kingdom
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