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- Complete full day Conference and Keynote Speakers
- Access to the Exhibition rooms
- Open networking areas
- Buffet Lunch
- Refreshments and drinks through the day
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The Power of the Positive Brain
- Energise your life with the Triple A positive power technique
- Learn to SETTLE your brain and make better decisions in life every time
- STOP stress and develop your strengths to flourish
Dr Helen Garr
The Wellbeing GP
Go to Rome
- Recognising when you or your team may be struggling with their mental health
- Learn about the most powerful legal performance enhancing drug we have and how to get it
- Learn 5 key, evidenced based, easy wellbeing wins for you and your teams that you can implement today
How to spot a dead duck
- How we can design environments that support more of the behaviours we want.
- How to spot things that may sound appealing but deliver little improvement.
- How to spot things that will deliver improvement (and probably don’t sound appealing).
Chris Hines MBE
A Grain of Sand
“Star Trek and B Corp…A Planetary Blueprint for People, Planet, Profit.”
- A global community of over 3,500 companies with a turnover of over $3 billion per annum
- Interact with the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- Get to grips with the Net Zero CO2 agenda
Inspirational Development Group
New World. New Challenges. New Leadership
- How leaders need to think differently and tune their scanners to the way people are feeling – and what they can still achieve
- Why driving for outcomes still matters but won’t be enough. serve & protect, encourage and support, enable, inspire and empower
- Ruthless Compassion – the balance between demand, expectation and kindness
Fisher Scoggins Waters LLP
Homeworking post-COVID; Questions and Challenges
- Must an employer carry out a formal risk assessment of all its homeworkers’ workstations?
- Should the assessment extend beyond digital display screen equipment ergonomics to include for example PAT testing, fire safety arrangements, trip hazards, perhaps even an asbestos survey?
- Can the employer insist on making a physical inspection of a homeworker’s environment and equipment?
- Must homeworkers allow employers access to their homes to assess safety?
- Can the duty be sidestepped by moving homeworkers from employed to self-employed status?
- Can the HSE or other enforcing authority insist on being given access to a homeworker’s house to check on safety arrangements?
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