Learn about the people, ideas and innovations that are helping to build a more equitable world.
In this #MeetTheMB100 series, we are profiling the winners of the 2021 MB100; leaders combining profit and purpose to help achieve the UN Global Goals. This interview series is sponsored by EY.
Gary Shaughnessy, Chair of Parkinson's UK and Z Zurich Foundation and former CEO EMEA, Zurich Insurance, shares his personal story of managing the progressive neurological condition, and the lessons learnt that can help others navigate uncertainty and stress within the workplace.
Geoff McDonald, Co-Founder of Minds@Work, shares his personal journey and recovery from poor mental health, and advises leaders on how they need to show up to their employees in the midst of these uncertain times.
Snigdha Sahal, Executive Director and CEO of Action Against Hunger India, shares her personal story of leadership through a global crisis, and what has helped her find balance amidst the turbulance.
The CEO of Zurich LiveWell, the Group's new health and wellbeing business, explains why there shouldn't be a 'one size fits all' approach to employee wellbeing and shares her personal story of building a 'start-up' in lockdown.
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, companies around the world have assumed new roles and responsibilities. Here are five examples of what they can do to improve their employees’ wellbeing.
Noelle Forde, Senior Underwriter, Zurich Life Assurance plc and Tackle Your Feelings Ambassador takes us through her journey of dealing with postnatal depression and how she has used the tools and techniques she learnt over the past few years to cope with balancing full-time work, homeschooling and other maternal duties during the pandemic.
Dr Daisy Brooke, a Melbourne-based strategy consultant working in the health and not-for-profit sector, articulates the co-morbidity of poor mental health and gambling harm, the impact of the pandemic and what the gambling sector is doing to monitor at risk customers.
Ashley Rookwood, founder of New Creations Capital, shares his thoughts on how we can empower people with criminal records to become entrepreneurs with the right infrastructure, opportunity and guidance.