The importance of wellbeing strategies (virtual)

How to implement wellbeing strategies in different areas of work and life.

We have four very exciting speakers from different wellbeing projects: Kim Palmer and Katie Lee from the Clementine App, Joe Ryle from the 4 day week Campaign and Lee Chambers from Essentialise.

Timings: 

Wednesday 29 June from 10am - 2pm via zoom. You can also book tickets for the in-person event.

  • 10 am - 11 am - Kim Palmer and Katie Lee
  • 11 am - 12 pm - Joe Ryle
  • 12.45 pm - 1.45 pm - Lee Chambers

This mammoth session will explore:

We have four very exciting speakers from different backgrounds, Kim Palmer and Katie Lee from the Clementine App, Joe Ryle from the 4-day week Campaign and Lee Chambers from Essentialise. All four speakers will explore their varied projects from the perspective of wellbeing.

Speakers and Overview:

Joe Ryle:

Joe Ryle is Campaign Director for the 4 Day Week Campaign, Media and Comms Lead for the think tank Autonomy, a former Labour Party press officer and former adviser to former Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP.

His session will cover:

  • The history of working time reduction
  • The impact of Covid on generating interest in the four-day week
  • The main benefits with examples across the world
  • Best practice for implementation

Lee Chambers:

Lee Chambers is a business psychologist, founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing and Director of Wellbeing Lancashire. He is the 2021 Great British Entrepreneur of the Year for Service Industries and was voted one of the Top 50 BAME Entrepreneurs under 50 in 2020.

His session will cover:

  • How wellbeing can be a competitive advantage
  • Why being strategic with wellbeing pays dividends
  • How to use wellbeing to attract talent
  • Building a wellbeing strategy
  • Simple things to consider implementing today

Kim Palmer and Katie Lee:

FemTech innovator and entrepreneur Kim Palmer is the CEO and Founder of the hypnotherapy app Clementine, which aims to improve the emotional wellbeing of women all over the world. Kim is listed as one of the top 100 women in FemTech and Health Tech and winner of the IPA Campaign Women of Tomorrow in 2018, which recognises female industry leaders of the future. Whilst working at Wunderman Thompson as a strategy director, Kim also helped some of the world’s biggest brands with their global marketing campaigns and was able to develop her personal resilience and kick-start a women’s mentoring programme.

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Last updated 22 June 2022