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Friend of Tortoise Exclusive

What does it mean to work well?

What does it mean to work well?

This event is exclusive to Friends of Tortoise

in partnership with Deloitte

This is a digital-only ThinkIn.

One in six people experience mental health problems in the workplace and it’s estimated that over 12% of sick days can be attributed to issues associated with poor mental health.  But what does it actually mean to look after your mental health? Are there ground rules or is it different for everyone?

In the latest in a series of ThinkIns that aim to critically examine the public conversation about mental health and wellbeing, we ask where the responsibility lies for ensuring good mental health. Has progress been made to support those who struggle with their mental wellbeing? What should we be doing to create healthy habits in the workplace?

editor and invited experts

Liz Moseley

Jen Fisher
Chief Wellbeing Officer, Deloitte US

Ricardo Araya
Professor of Global Mental Health, and Director of the Centre for Global Mental Health, King’s College London

Sapna Mahajan
Director, Genomics in Society, Genome Canada