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.
Gian set up his first business aged 13 & later worked at Deutsche Bank and PwC, witnessing first-hand some of the wellbeing issues in the corporate world. Gian is the Founder of TLC Lions & The Unwind Experience and is passionate about igniting emotion in workplaces.
Lucie is a multi-skilled Editor, journalist, Radio and TV presenter & producer, and has also authored several Sunday Times best-selling books.
Dr Arne Hugo is Global Head of Employee Health and Wellbeing at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). After a career as clinician followed by many years in a Medical Director role in pharmaceutical R&D and business, Arne felt it was time for a new holistic step in 2017. Under his leadership ambitious mental health plans are currently rolled out at GSK.
Barbara is a Managing Director in Accenture where she leads Accenture’s thought leadership on inclusion and diversity, with a focus on women and women in technology.
Having launched a Wellbeing Strategy in 2018 with a particular focus on mental health, Richard and the DLG team are concentrating this year on broadening the proposition to incorporate financial wellbeing and embedding the mental health infrastructure put in place in 2018; so mental health has parity with physical health.
Sarah has worked in mental health and criminal justice for 27 years. Having initially trained as a social worker, Sarah has managed a range of innovative community and secure services, most recently at Mind in Cambridgeshire.
Emma is one of the founders of The Cambridge Code and a leading Harley Street consultant in psychotherapeutic interventions. She also heads up Harley Street Executive – a corporate wellbeing consultancy, and Rafan House, a psychotherapeutic clinic.
Karl has 30 years of experience in industry, having worked across all continents and numerous safety critical industries including oil, gas, minerals, rail, roads, construction and Utilities.