LID Publishing is excited to announce its partnership with Mad World. Mad World is Europe’s only solutions-focused conference and exhibition. It is taking place on October 9th with a mission to eradicate stigma and spark a new era of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
What is Mad World?
“We live in a “mad world”, an anxious world. Changes in the workplace are happening faster than ever before. Digital disruption is the new norm, performance is the always-on aspiration, and the pressure is on to raise productivity. Ambitions have never been greater. Stress is running high, energy levels low and a potential mental health crisis looming. There’s a growing sense of urgency about mental health pervading the business world.
Smart leaders recognise that mental health underpins business continuity, agility and performance. Investing in mental health brings sustainable competitive advantage – for individuals, corporations and shareholders. Yet despite the best intentions and raised awareness, many organisations lack coherent, practical strategies that will create a real impact.
Responding to this need, we’re bringing all the best minds together to move beyond the “why” to the “how” and get down to purposeful business.
Mad World is a stimulating meeting of minds – blending commercial imperatives with the millennial mindset and practitioner expertise. Together, at the heart of a pragmatic and open discussion, our Forum will enable insight, exchange and action.” Read more here.
How are LID Publishing involved?
LID Publishing will have an exhibitor stand (24), where we will be selling books as well as answering any and all questions visitors might have. The exhibitor area is free to enter to members of the public who have not purchased a ticket. However, if you would like to buy a ticket we are offering a 50% discount to delegate passes with the code LID50.
Our author Kate Cook will be answering all your nutrition-related questions. She will also be signing copies of her book, Positive Nutrition, between 12.15-13.55 that will be available to buy.
Shaun Davis, the author of Positive Male Mind, will be speaking in the “Moving the Why to the How” panel discussion. He will be discussing how Royal Mail, where he acts as Global Director of Health, Safety, Wellbeing & Sustainability, has developed a strategy to promote mental health in the workplace. He will be joined by Jess Hayes, Head of People & Talent at Wonderbly.
We will be selling signed copies of Shaun’s book at our stall.
For more details on Mad World, visit their website.
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