Building a Business Case for Mental Wellbeing
January 10th, 2024
Wed, 11:00 - 12:00 GMT
January 24th, 2024
Wed, 11:00 - 12:00 GMT
Our roundtable series provides a forum for HR leaders to share insights and co-create actions for building the mentally healthy businesses the world needs.
Mental wellbeing isn’t a perk, it’s a pre-requisite for a thriving workplace. But with wellbeing budgets under renewed focus due to uncertain times the need to justify investment to enable us to build the wellbeing strategy that workplaces need has never been greater.
Join our roundtable on when we kick off our 2024 when we’ll invite you to join the conversation about building a business case for wellbeing that guarantees investment from the board. We’ll cover demonstrating a return on investment, cost saving and increased productivity and increased employee retention.
We’ll help you:
🎓 Understand the link between mental wellbeing and business performance
🔎 Identify measurable metrics for ROI assessments including increased productivity and reduced absenteeism
🚀 Improve your launch process to ensure participation across your whole workforce
🤝 Effectively communicate the ROI of wellbeing to stakeholders and secure executive buy in
Clinical Psychologist, Lumo Health Chief Clinical Officer
Dr Kate Robinson is the co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer of Lumo Health, a leading mental health & wellbeing company providing accessible, expert support to individuals & organisations. Kate has years of experience leading teams in NHS specialist mental health services along with working in private practice and with private medical insurance companies.
She’s an EMDR consultant & supervises other practitioners to use this transformative trauma therapy and is passionate about helping individuals & teams understand & work through difficult experiences. She’s passionate about challenging outdated views of mental health & ensuring everyone has access to contemporary, best practice treatments.
Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lumo Health VP Clinical Operations & Services
Frank has extensive experience in the NHS, private sector health tech and in academia, and has an international reputation for innovation in psychology, digital mental health, service development, research, training, family intervention and early intervention in psychosis.
Prior to joining Lumo Health, he founded a consultancy company and had two roles at one of the largest digital mental health providers in the UK (initially heading up clinical services and then as head of R&D). Before this he amassed 30 years of clinical leadership and senior management experience in NHS mental health services. Frank has also had a number of roles in academia and has published over 50 academic papers.