The Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival 2020 goes virtual! Now in its second year, organisers Alex and Lottie have taken the event online, hosting talks and workshops exploring wellbeing, and ensuring the door is still open to have important conversations about health and wellness.
…and reflecting on kindness. It’s lovely that the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week was kindness – we need it so much at the moment. I sense that kindness is finally becoming fashionable, which is a good thing. Especially as we reconnect with our selves, our families and homes and our local communities. And as we unite globally in those challenging times of the pandemic. Being kind is …
I would like to recommend a virtual conference I have attended over the weekend because it is a prime example of how to get a virtual event right.
A huge thank you for joining the celebrations of the first global Digital Wellness Day 2020 last Friday.
Join us in celebrations of the Digital Wellness Day this Friday, 1 May, at 7 PM GMT over on our Instagram account
In October I had the pleasure to listen to Dr Margaret Heffernan’s Bristol Media talk on the difficulties of modern leadership – leadership in times of uncertainty.
Freedom of Mind is a locally organised mental health festival here in Bristol, which this year if I am not mistaken, launched in London too. I usually choose one event to attend due to workload challenges, so this autumn I have chosen the panel talk on challenges and opportunities of being a female leader. The event took place at the lovely Forge so it was really intimate. Two young female …
On the 5th of November, I had the pleasure to join Lancia Consult at their Being Relevant event at the Bristol Museum.