Driving the TCH agenda are a group of speakers, facilitators and panellists who will take centre stage to guide delegations through the schedule on the day.
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.
Every speaker has been carefully selected to deliver valuable outcomes and practical strategic toolkits for teams to take back to their workplace and to make a real difference.
Keep your eye on this page for updates on new speakers over the coming months.
Dr Ellie Cannon is the resident GP for the Mail on Sunday and Mailonline but most well known as the on-screen GP for Sky News. She is also the voice of the LBC radio health hour.
Sarah joined Northern Trust in July 2016 and is responsible for the strategy and implementation of a wide variety of diversity and inclusion programmes and initiatives in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC) regions.
Carrie is the founder of a consultancy that partners with organisations to resolve complex and difficult problems.
Nicola Forristal cut her Human Resources teeth working at the first hospital Trust in the NHS in London. She has worked within a variety of sectors including accountancy, construction, architecture, hospitality and as a consultant for design and marketing agencies.
Mandy Saligari is the founder and Clinical Director of Charter Harley Street, which was set up in 2008. Mandy combines her personal and clinical experience as a highly respected and established clinician.
Dr Dominique Thompson is an award winning university GP who set up Buzz Consulting in 2017 to support Higher Education Institutions, the NHS and other organisations in improving how they care for young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Daniel joined Thomson Reuters in 2014 and on World Mental Health Day October 2016, Daniel made the decision to go public and share his personal experience with mental ill health with the company.