Workplace Mental Health Event

Tuesday 20th November 2018
Tuesday 20th November 2018

Workplace Mental Health Event

Watch our launch event video and find out why we decided to launch This Can Happen
Watch our Advisory Editorial Board in action and understand This Can Happen mission
Dr Danie du Plessis, SVP Global Medical, GSK shares his top tip for mental health with This Can Happen

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Silver Partner

Silver Partner

Launch Partner

About The Conference

This Can Happen is an innovative and solutions-led conference for companies who recognise that staff need support to deal with mental health issues affecting them, their colleagues or their families.

The event will take place at The InterContinental London – The O2 this November and aims to bring companies together who have awareness of mental health issues and are now looking for solutions that their staff can use in their everyday lives. 

About The Conference

This Can Happen is an innovative and solutions-led conference for companies who recognise that staff need support to deal with mental health issues affecting them, their colleagues or their families.

The conference will take place in London in 2018 and aims to engage companies to become part of a bigger movement of mental health awareness and action across the UK, whilst meeting corporate objectives and looking after their workforce in a meaningful way.

Meet Our Founders

This Can Happen is led by 3 leaders in their field 

Neil Laybourn

Neil Laybourn

Jonny Benjamin

Jonny Benjamin

Zoe Sinclair

Zoe Sinclair

Neil Laybourn

Neil Laybourn

Jonny Benjamin

Jonny Benjamin

Zoe Sinclair

Zoe Sinclair

Meet Some of Our Speakers

International thought leaders will present up-to-date research, science and theory about mental health issues and the negative way in which they can affect every individual in the workplace.
  • Alex Morris

    Behavioural Change Psychologist
    Mitie

    Alex is a Chartered Psychologist, a Chartered Scientist and Associate Fellow with the British Psychological Society (BPS). She has an honours degree in Social Psychology, an MSc in Applied Social Psychology and a PhD in Health Psychology.

  • Neil Longden

    Area Flood & Coastal Risk Manager, North & East Yorkshire
    Environment Agency

    Neil joined the Environment Agency in 2004, before this he worked for Bechtel and the Health and Safety Executive. Neil is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers.

  • Glen Ridgway

    Divisional Director Global Health, Safety & Environment Centre of Excellence
    Jacobs

    Glen is a Divisional Director in Jacobs’ Global Health Safety and Environment Centre of Excellence (CoE) with specific responsibilities that include establishing Jacobs’ global mental health matters strategy for 77,000 staff, across 400+ locations in over 40 countries.

  • Martin Coyd OBE

    Head of Health, Safety & Wellbeing
    Mace Construction

    Martin has a wealth of experience in Health & Safety and has a huge passion for Health and Wellbeing. Martin spent 18 years in the Royal Engineers in the first part of his work life.

  • Professor Neil Greenberg

    March on Stress

    Professor Greenberg is a consultant academic psychiatrist at King’s College London. Neil served in the United Kingdom Armed Forces for more than 23 years and has deployed to a number of hostile environments including Afghanistan and Iraq.

  • Peter Allen

    Managing Director,
    Enact Solutions

    Peter Allen is MD of Enact Solutions, a company which inspires people to make a positive difference to their lives. Everything Enact does, they believe in changing the default settings, in thinking differently, and making it count.

  • Kate Majid

    Chief Executive,
    The Shaw Mind Foundation

    Kate has over thirty years’ experience working within the mental health sector as a registered mental health nurse, and her extensive portfolio of practice includes working within a variety of clinical areas, such as inpatient care and community settings.

  • Susan Gee

    Susan Gee

    Group Occupational Health and Wellbeing Manager
    Yorkshire Water

    Susan is a commercially astute, innovative, and highly influential Occupational Health Manager with comprehensive experience gained within public and private sector roles.

  • Vinay Kapoor MBA

    Americas Head of Diversity & Inclusion
    BNP Paribas

    Vinay has developed a deep passion for enabling business to be more inclusive in the way they work with customers and their people. Vinay is known for providing a pragmatic and engaging narrative which has inspired action for both leaders and employees in BNP Paribas.

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Advisory Editorial Board

This Can Happen is delivering a new standard of solutions-led talks and discussions led by original and fresh speakers and panellists. Early Partners have been asked to join our Advisory Editorial Board to help shape our uplifting and thought provoking agenda. All our speakers are genuine experts with experience of providing solutions to mental health in the workplace.

Suggesting and helping create the framework and content of the day, the Advisory Editorial Board contributes on the topics and issues that will allow delegations to leave motivated and better-armed.

The aim is that all the speakers will help to empower the delegations to return to their companies with new ideas to help support those with mental health issues and to provide them with the tools to disseminate what they have learnt.

The Advisory Editorial Board meets monthly in London.

 

 

Advisory Editorial Board

This Can Happen will deliver a new standard of speaker and panellist. Early Founder Partners will be asked to join the Advisory Editorial Board to help shape the event and its agenda.

Suggesting and helping create the framework and content of the day, the Advisory Editorial Board will input on the issues they feel will enhance and motivate delegations.

The aim is that all the speakers will help to empower the delegations to return to their companies with new ideas to help support those with mental health issues and to provide them with the tools to disseminate what they have learnt.

The Advisory Board will meet monthly in London.

Just four stops from London Bridge and one from Canary Wharf, the InterContinental London is a state of the art events venue. As you would expect from an event of this scale such as This Can Happen, we have hotel rooms available for delegations should you need overnight accommodation at preferential rates. These rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis.

The Venue

InterContinental London – The O2

1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula,

London SE10 0TW

Venue

InterContinental London – The O2

1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula,

London SE10 0TW