29th October 2020, 1pm-2.45 pm GMT.

Taking the Lead on Mental Wellbeing

In Partnership with Z Zurich Foundation

Whilst the pandemic has not impacted everyone equally, the one unifying feature of this virus is the uncertainty it has created. Whether the concern is around health, employment, the economy, relationships or the future, the anxiety and lack of control can be crippling and a major trigger for poor mental health.


Through this event, we shared stories of hope from around the world: leaders sharing their personal journey of tackling mental health issues, businesses prioritising the mental health of their employees and innovative start-ups providing accessible, affordable services to people that need them.




In conversation with Elisha London

A summary of the growing mental health challenge we face, the steps being taken to address it, and how business leaders can join the fight.



Moving from words to action on employee mental health

As remote working becomes more prevalent, and uncertainty amongst employees is heightened, this panel considered how leaders can help combat social isolation and create an environment where discussing mental health is normalised.


Living stories of leaders coping with uncertainty


How leaders are managing their own mental health in the face of growing uncertainty, their personal journeys in dealing with specific issues, and the steps they have taken to overcome them and build resilience.



Azran Osman-Rani
Co-Founder & CEO, Naluri
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Founder and CEO, United for Global Mental Health
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Co-Founder, Minds@Work and former Global VP, Unilever
Founder & CEO, Wysa
Global Head of Sustainability, Adecco Group
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Founder & CEO, Global Citizen Capital
Martin Allen Morales
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Impact Investor, ex-Apple, Disney, Ceviche
Global Head of Employee Experience, Diversity and Wellbeing, Zürich Insurance
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Mental Health Consultant, Psychotherapist, Executive Coach, Podcast Host
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CEO, Mindful Revolution


Z Zurich Foundation (ZZF) is looking at improving mental wellbeing and co-creating a movement. It is helping break down the social stigma around mental health, so that more people who are suffering will feel able to speak out about it.  With Tackle Your Feelings – an awareness program run with people who have played sports, struggled with a mental health issue, or both – ZZF is giving individuals the tools and motivation to take care of themselves.  Having seen the positive reaction from the sports community, it is now applying these same methods in workplaces and schools, with an aim to help people take control of their wellbeing. 




Why gambling companies are monitoring the link between poor mental health and gambling harm

Chair of Parkinson’s UK on how to manage a mental health condition at work

Mental Health – ‘Asking for help’ is refusing to give up on hope

Why we need to take a personalised approach to employee wellbeing

It’s time to put mental health first. Here’s what businesses can do to move from words to action

A mother’s story of managing work, parenthood and mental health

How the CEO of Action Against Hunger India manages her mental health



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