25th November, 2019 | Queen Elizabeth II Centre
25th November, 2019 | Queen Elizabeth II Centre

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Zoe Sinclair
TCH award
It was a glorious Friday 5th of July in the grounds of Tower Bridge–one of London’s most spectacular historical settings. The sun was shining, heightening our excitement and anticipation for the Conference Awards 2019. The crowning of the UK’s best conferences over the past year was about to happen. Overjoyed and a bit nervous, team...
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This Can Happen is dedicated to improving mental health in the workplace and we’re on a mission to find out what businesses around the UK are doing to achieve this. We put some questions to Quilter CEO and confirmed TCH ’19 speaker Paul Feeney about his company’s exemplary commitment to employee wellbeing. Quilter is a...
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Bauer Media Group has launched Where’s Your Head At? A manifesto calling for a working world where mental health is supported and where wellbeing is at the heart of everything a business does. The ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ Workplace Manifesto The manifesto was launched in June 2019 as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. It...
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This Can Happen was the UK’s largest workplace mental health conference of 2018.  Its aim was to offer delegates practical, relatable solutions they could implement back into their workplaces through high level content. This included a session with HRH Prince William where he opened up for the first time about his struggles with mental health during...
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Q&A with Karen and Adam who attended TCH ’18. What did they learn and how have things changed in their workplace? Karen Greville-Woods and Adam Hirst are from the Sheffield office of Withers & Rogers, one of the largest IP law firms in Europe. They spoke to us about their experiences of mental health in...
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Simon Linares of Direct Line Group speaks to This Can Happen again, this time to tell us about his highlights from the 2018 event and what he’s most looking forward to this year. Q. What were your highlights and what has compelled you to return to TCH 19? A. For me the highlight of the...
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Emma Loveridge
Dr. Emma Loveridge is a counsellor and psychotherapist and Director of Rafan House, a therapeutic clinic in London. She is a member of This Can Happen Advisory Editorial Board and shared her thoughts on promoting mental health and the best ways of engaging with organisations in the future. Q. You have worked in the field...
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Pam Quinn, Head of Communications and Vannessa Young, Corporate Social Responsibility Lead, both at BIBA, spoke to Team TCH about their commitment to improving the wellbeing of their workforce and the impact that This Can Happen 2018 had on their strategies. “BIBA represents general insurance brokers in a sector that employs more than 100,000 people...
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Kizzy Augustin, Partner at Russell-Cooke tells us about her experience at This Can Happen 2018. Q. Why did you decide to attend This Can Happen 2018? A. Having known Zoe from our previous interaction in providing courses for the Family Support Network at our law firm, I was aware that the issues surrounding mental health...
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Geraldine Gallagher of the Executive Coaching Consultancy answers the question. Nowadays enlightened employers recognise that becoming a parent marks a momentous life change for a significant portion of their employees. For people in professional careers they are likely to become new parents in their thirties; just when their careers are taking off. It’s a vulnerable...
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