Northampton, Northamptonshire – 11/07/2023 – local businesses, organisations, HR personnel, workplace health, wellbeing, safety, and mental health practitioners are invited to attend an international workplace health summit to be held at the University of Northampton on 30th August – 1st September 2023.
The global summit with the theme Good Health is Good Business is hosted by the Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces and builds on the huge international success of previous Awards and Summits hosted around the globe. During the summit we will examine how the very best employers are addressing the future of employee wellbeing. Discover the strategic models they are putting in place and learn how they build internal consensus to tackle the most pressing problems, especially in the domain of mental health.
Throughout the three days we will explore what the best are doing and gain insights to take back to your own organisation. In addition, do not miss the highlight of the summit – the Global Awards Finalist presentations where you will observe exceptional best practices and learn from the world’s best healthy workplace programmes.
The summit will cover a wide range of topics, including:
- Awards Finalist Presentations (SME, Large and Multinational Employer)
- Navigating the Future of Work
- The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI): Opportunities and Threats for the Workplace
- Evidence Analysis for the 4-Day Working Week
- ESG Accountability: Meeting Stakeholder Expectations with Healthy Workplaces
- Designing Healthy Workplaces
- Finding a Career Path in Workplace Wellbeing
- How to navigate our new post-pandemic world
- Making the Business Case: ROI vs VOI
The summit will feature high profile speakers including Prof. Dame Carol Black, DBE (former government advisor or workplace health), Prof Anne-Marie Kilday (vice chancellor, university of Northampton), and leaders from BT, IBM, Lendlease, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD), Eurofund, and many more. The confirmed agenda will be published shortly.
“We are excited to bring this important summit to our community,” said Tommy Hutchinson, Co-Director at Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces and lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the University of Northampton. “This is a unique opportunity for businesses and organisations to learn from the best in the field and to take steps to improve the health, wellbeing, and safety of their employees.”
The summit is open to all individuals, businesses, and organisations, regardless of size or industry. Registration is now open. To learn more and to register, please visit: https://www.globalhealthyworkplace.org/event/11th-global-healthy-workplace-summit-northampton-2023/