SESSION DATE & TIME
Wednesday 15 July, 1.30pm – 2.15pm (BST)
8.30am – 8.15am (EDT)
Ama Afrifa-Tchie, Head of Culture & Wellbeing, Mental Health First Aid England
1.30pm – Session starts
2pm – Audience Q&A
2.15pm – Session ends
In this session Ama will share with her insight and expertise on diversity and inclusion in mental health, share with us some important starts and information related to this, as well as the importance of being able to bring our whole-selves to work.
As a valiant culture builder, Ama helps companies, from startups that are scaling to corporates, create and foster an inclusive culture focused on people first.
Are you a start-up in scale-up mode looking to ensure you create an inclusive culture as you grow?
Are you a leader on a quest for inclusive leadership coaching?
Are you an organisation with a blank canvas, wanting to paint your own inclusive journey?
Or better yet are you a company that wants to change your culture and become a better inclusive workplace?
Ama’s superpower is being a steward of culture and inclusion, and an advocate of people.
Her specialisms are:
Experienced in leading the design & creation, analysis, and implementation of people-centric products/services. Expert in Organisational Culture, Diversity & inclusion, Wellbeing, CSR (experienced in Agile HR). Connector and enabler through stakeholder engagement (senior leadership and management teams) & employee engagement.
Tickets are available to purchase here, all ticket profits from this event will support our charitable projects and campaigns including this year’s #EventWell20 campaign, promoting better mental health and wellbeing in events.
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