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Thrive in the City: Wellbeing at work lunch

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Health Foundry

Canterbury House

1 Royal Street

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SE1 7LL

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‘Thrive in the City’ is a programme of events celebrating Mental Health in the City on 27 November 2017. It is being curated in collaboration with Minds@Work, Thrive London, The Dragon Café and the City Mental Health Alliance.

Two million Londoners experience some form of poor mental health every year and by working with various experts, employers, and those they seek to support, Thrive in the City is looking to provide a broad and diverse set of experiences to truly understand what works in the City. Poor mental health costs employers between £33 billion and £42 billion a year, with an annual cost to the UK economy of between £74 billion and £99 billion.

To celebrate the day, Health Foundry, south London's digital health coworking space and home to over 80+ businesses, is hosting an interactive and informative free lunch time event businesses and employers to learn more about how to help employees stay happier and healthier in the workplace.

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Mental health and employers: the case for investment, by Ushma Soneji, Senior Consultant at Deloitte.

A therapist perspective on work-based stress and what employees & employers can do about it, interview hosted by Louise Chunn, CEO and founder of Welldoing.org.

The role of leaders in wellbeing in the workplace: how we can empower leaders to experiment without creating chaos by Marteka Swayby, founder Benevolent Health.

Digital resources to support workplace wellbeing by Martin Volves, founder of Plexus.

Movement in workplace wellbeing & 10 minute chair yoga class led by Kat Farrants, founder of Movement for Modern Life.

Free lunch provided.

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