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The Business of Wellbeing Summit – Live Online 30 September
As “working from home” becomes the norm, never could the topic of professional wellbeing and mental health be more important. Wellbeing programmes can benefit your business with; employee retention, reduced absenteeism, reduced presenteeism, increased productivity rates, and financial benefits.
This Summit is aimed at firms and individuals who take professional wellbeing seriously and who would like to know more about how wellbeing and mental health affect business. They may be developing or are considering developing a new wellbeing programme in light of COVID-19 workplace changes.  
The session will open with a presentation on the rights, risks and obligations of wellbeing and mental health in the workplace and will be followed by an analysis of why wellbeing pays off.  After the morning break there will be a presentation on developing a wellbeing business charter – its adoption, implementation and challenges arising for firms and practice. Subsequently, there will be an interactive panel discussion on the business case for wellbeing including industry experts and perspectives and experiences of other jurisdictions. After lunch, BlindBoy will discuss vicarious trauma, secondary trauma, stress and burnout with a special guest.
• Wellbeing and Mental Health in the Workplace – rights, risks and obligations
• Why Wellbeing Pays for You, Your Firm and Clients – the facts and figures
• Developing a Professional Wellbeing Business Charter – adoption and implementation for firms and practice
• The Business Case for Wellbeing – a luxury or necessity (Panel discussion)
• Vicarious trauma, secondary trauma, stress and burnout – what is this and what can your organisations do about it?
Antoinette Moriarty, Psychotherapist & Law School Psychological Services Manager,Law Society of Ireland, Dublin
Speakers/Panellists - in order of appearance
Michele O’Boyle, President, Law Society of Ireland
Teri Kelly, Director of Representation and Member Services, Law Society of Ireland
Michelle Ní Longáin, Partner, ByrneWallace Solicitors, Dublin
Katie da Gama, Business & Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant, Dublin
Richard Martin, Director, Byrne Dean, England
Jeanne Kelly, Senior Partner, LK Shields, Dublin
Guy Setford, CEO, Setfords Solicitors, England
Tara Doyle, Partner, Matheson, Dublin  
Stephen Bowcott, CEO John Sisk and Son, Dublin
Nick Bloy, Wellbeing Republic
Blindboy  - author, mental health activist, musician & Special Guest
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To register for this Online Summit, please click HERE
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Tel: 01 881 5727
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