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Take this opportunity to join us at our upcoming East Midlands branch meeting and continue your professional development and network with your fellow peers.
Health & Well-Being Surgery (Open discussion)
The session will focus on considerations to managing inter-generational differences health and wellbeing needs e.g. older employees are more likely to be less open to discuss mental health issues whereas Millennials tend to be more comfortable discussing these issues. With this in mind, communication in your organisation may be getting through to one generation but not others. Some companies could have as many as 5 different generational levels in their workforce.
Have companies thought about this? Experienced it? What have they done to help?
RSVP: We ask you kindly to pre-register for the branch meeting by emailing confirmation to attend to Catherine Wilkes or adding the event to your cart and following the steps. This will help us to arrange adequate facilities and ensure refreshments are available.
Wednesday, 18 July, 2018 - 19:00 - 21:00
Finch Consulting Offices, Ivanhoe Business Park, Ashby de la Zouch, LE65 2AB
Event Date & Location
19:00 - Doors open & networking
19:15 - Welcome & refreshments
19:30 - Presentation: Health & Well-Being Surgery (Open discussion)
20:00 - Question on the floor
20:15 - IIRSM Update and AGM
20:45 - Networking
21:00 - Finish
Lizz Fields-Pattinson CPsychol
Lizz is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, Registered Practitioner HCPC, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Specialist Member of the IIRSM. Has consultancy role for 8 years with JOMC and Tribe Behavioural Culture Change organisations where she conducted Culture Assessments in companies from SME to global across multiple industry sectors. A large part of her role has been focused around safety but HSE Risk Assessment for Work-related Stress has always been part of her specialist area. She has used this tool many times to help companies identify the key Psychosocial risk factors they need to look at the help improve how they treat their work force.
She has helped safety teams improve safety culture with practical recommendations and as this improves many other aspects of the business start to improve as well. Common Metal health Issues are still a prevalent problem in many companies and she is now changing her focus to look at these from a cultural perspective.
Dr Jenny Lunt
Dr Jenny Lunt is Director of JLunt Associates Ltd and a Registered & Chartered Occupational Health Psychologist with over 15 years of conducting research, training and consultancy in health and safety. She was formerly Principal Health Psychologist at the Health and Safety Laboratory (part of HSE) and is a speaker on the International Health and Safety conference circuit. J.Lunt Associates specialises in providing training and consultancy for behaviour change in health and safety and wellbeing at work.