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Will Young and Karen Blackett OBE to speak at NABS WellFest 2019, adland’s new workplace wellbeing conference. The singer, actor and mental health activist Will Young will headline the line-up at NABS WellFest, the new workplace wellbeing conference created by NABS, the support organisation for the advertising and media industry.
NABS WellFest is aimed at managers, leaders, HR professionals and changemakers working in advertising and media with an interest in making workplace wellbeing a reality. As such, it brings together a host of experts for a fascinating day of panels, interviews and immersive workshops, including:
- Karen Blackett OBE, country manager, WPP
- Philip Chin, president, Publicis Health UK
- Nikki Owen, award-winning speaker and best-selling author
- Professor Alison Reynolds and Professor David Lewis, Ashridge Executive Education and London Business School
Attendees will have the chance to discover what lies at the forefront of workplace wellbeing and how the latest innovations can help to support and sustain talent in our fast-paced industry. They will also be able to take part in immersive workshops, from sound baths to nutrition sessions, and meet with some of the most senior leaders and HR professionals in advertising and media.
Diana Tickell, CEO of NABS, says: “With more and more people in our industry contacting NABS for help with emotional support, the need to meet, talk and learn from the experts as to how best support our people has never been greater.
“Our impressive line-up of speakers will explore the latest innovations and research in workplace well being and they’ll also share their own engaging stories of overcoming difficulties to reclaim their well being. We’re looking forward to an inspirational day that will empower attendees to help improve their own well being as well as that of their teams.”
NABS WellFest 2019 takes place from 8.55am – 5pm, Tuesday 12 November 2019, the IET, 2 Savoy Pl, London WC2R 0BL
To view the full programme for NABS WellFest 2019, visit here.
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