About Mad World
Mad World is Europe’s only solutions-focused conference and exhibition with a mission: to accelerate the shift from stigma to solutions and usher in a new era of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Focused on fresh thinking for the future of workplace wellbeing and mental health, the event will provide a stimulating meeting of minds, blending commercial imperatives with practitioner expertise and the millennial mindset.
The agenda includes an impressive range of speakers, including innovative and global leaders in established industries such as Airbus, Bosch, Bank of England, Barclays and bold disruptors who are setting the benchmark for a new corporate culture such as Google, Monzo Bank, Wonderbly and Dice.
Mad World’s goal is to equip attendees, from the UK’s top 1000 largest companies through to SMEs, with a toolkit of actionable insights that enable them to move beyond the ‘“why’” to the ‘“how’” of mental wellbeing in the workplace, get down to purposeful business and find the solutions that are right for their organisation – now, and for the future.
Additionally, Mad World has been independently evaluated by The CPD Certification Service, so attendees will be able to claim Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
For more information, visit: www.madworldforum.com
@MadWorldForum/About the Survey
In May 2018, Mad World contacted workers in the UK, from across sectors, to understand if attitudes to mental health were changing and what more was needed to hasten any necessary changes.
About Simon Berger
Simon Berger is a Founding Partner of Mad World. He is also Founding Partner of FUTR (formerly Millennial 20/20), Mad World’s associated event. He is a passionate advocate of the shift from ‘’stigma to solutions’’ when it comes to mental health and wellbeing in the workplace and is hell-bent on ensuring this current global pandemic in the work place is dealt with immediately and sustainably. Mental health is just as important as physical health; a healthy workforce is a profitable workforce!
Notes to editors:
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