The Wellbeing @ Work annual Summits return to Canada, ANZ, UK and South Africa later this year with an outstanding thought-leadership speaker line-up, invaluable networking and connections with your peers and innovative solution providers to help you make wellbeing and mental health a strategic priority in your organisation. Summit highlights this year include how diversity and inclusion can be a driver for your comprehensive wellbeing program, how to deliver a successful hybrid working strategy in your organisation, why authentic leadership and cultures deliver results, the role of clinically developed mental health strategies to create awesome workplaces and what the future of work really looks like from some of the world’s leading minds.

The fifth annual Wellbeing @ Work Canadian Summit is taking place October 5-7, 2021 with senior-level speakers from some of the largest employers in the region taking to the virtual stage including Corus Entertainment, Walmart Canada, Sunwing, Allianz, Unilever, Hydro Ottawa, Westjet, Prospera, Gore Mutual Insurance, TD Bank and many more. Our ‘Early-Bird’ tickets, saving you $100 on the usual ticket price, are available until September 17. Further details and registration details can be found here.

The fourth annual ANZ Wellbeing @ Work Summit is taking place 19-21 October 2021 and our theme this year is Establishing Wellbeing as a Strategic Priority. We will bring attendees together again for both in-person and virtual networking and connections to hear from global thought-leaders including international best selling author & Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Stanford University Jeffrey Pfeffer and global expert on Culture, Leadership, MicroStrategy & High Performance John King. We will also have case studies from Microsoft, Air New Zealand, Google, Serco, Allianz, New Zealand Post, Herbert Smith Freehills, dnata, Xero and many more. Further details can be found here.

Our seventh annual UK Wellbeing @ Work Summit is taking place 9-11 November 2021 in locations across central London including The Shard and will be available virtually. From our mental health think tank, to our VIP reception overlooking central London through to invaluable content from global thought-leaders, the Wellbeing @ Work UK Summit will provide you with the strategic direction to all of your workplace challenges as we emerge from the pandemic. Speaker highlights include Jim Clifton, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Gallup, John Flint, Former Group Chief Executive of HSBC, Manish Tayal MBE, Medical Director & Surgeon Commander from the Royal Navy, Karen Mosley, Managing Director of HLM Architects, Professor Clare Kelliher, Professor of Work and Organization at Cranfield School of Management, Wincie Knight, Vice President, Global Inclusion Strategy at ViacomCBS Networks International, Linn Caldas, Global Belonging Lead Mental Health at Spotify, Catrin Anderson, Chief People & Culture Officer at Zoopla, Simi Dubb, Director of Colleague Experience and Inclusion at Metro Bank, Lucile Kamar, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at ITN, Daniela Rogosic, CEO Communications Leader at IKEA and many more. Early-Bird discounted tickets are available until 30 September – further details and registration can be found here.

The annual Wellbeing @ Work South Africa Summit is taking place 16-18 November with senior-level speakers from some of the largest employers in the region taking to the virtual stage. Hear from Akhona Qengqe, Chief People Officer from Yum! Restaurants International, Avanthi Maharaj, HR Cluster Head for SSA at Google, Nonhlanhla Mhlungu, VP Human Resources from Swissport SA, S’ne Magagula, Chief Human Resources Officer at Tiger Brands, Eshana Manichand, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Lead from Deloitte Africa, Tracy Ann Benjamin, Head of Human Resources from Pepkor IT and many more! Our full speaker line-up and ‘Early-bird’ ticket registration details can be found here.

We look forward to welcoming you to a Wellbeing @ Work Summit later this year!

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