James Emmett, Cloud Design Box’s Staff Wellbeing Officer and Onboarding and Adoption Manager, is speaking at the Mental Health at Work Conference hosted by Westminster Insight.
About the Mental Health and Work Conference
Taking place on Friday 1 December 2023, the conference brings together employers, leadership teams, managers and psychologists to discuss the vital part employers play in the prevention, identification and provision of support for people experiencing poor mental health.
The event delves into a range of topics, including the impact of government reforms on mental health in the workplace, legal responsibilities of employers, and strategies to improve disclosure of mental health needs. Speakers will also address crisis response and challenging conversations surrounding suicide and addiction.
About James Emmett
At Cloud Design Box, James has played a pivotal role in shaping a workplace culture that prioritises staff wellbeing, creating a resource-packed wellbeing intranet for all staff to access from any connected device, setting up monthly wellbeing chats for every member of the team and dedicated staff training to help managers spot the signs of poor mental health.
His talk will focus on three key areas:
- Identifying trends and changes in employee productivity
- Tackling the causes of absenteeism and presenteeism
- Monitoring stress and fatigue to reduce burnout rates
James’ dedication to staff wellbeing has not gone unnoticed.
Earlier this year, he was awarded the prestigious Wellbeing Lead Award at Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Awards, while Cloud Design Box was honoured with the “Achieving Excellence” in the charity’s Workplace Wellbeing Index.
“For me, the Mental Health at Work Conference is a great opportunity for people to come together and share what works in practice with others looking to improve staff wellbeing,” says James in anticipation of the event.
“Staff wellbeing is, and has to be, at the heart of everything we do. We can’t succeed and embody our Company Values – one of which is ‘Friendly and Supportive’ – if our staff are not thriving and performing at their best. It means creating a work environment that fosters positive relationships, supports personal and professional growth and provides resources and tools to help our employees manage stress and achieve work-life balance.”
Book your place at Westminster Insight’s Mental Health at Work Conference today.
Meanwhile, connect with James Emmett on LinkedIn.