Please join us for the inaugural Wellbeing at Work Conference which takes place on the 11th May. The event includes a keynote speech by renowned workplace psychotherapist Glenn D Rolfsen, a morning of stimulating discussions and breakout sessions.
The conference is part of GibSams’s established Wellbeing at Work initiatives. Research by the World Health Organisation found that a negative working environment can lead to mental health concerns. Many of us spend much of our lives at work; creating positive working environments is at the heart of the charity’s mission as it works to reduce suicides in Gibraltar.
By attending this event, you will gain insights into contemporary occupational wellbeing practices and have an opportunity to delve into topics relevant to your organisation through expertly moderated Breakout Sessions.
About the keynote speaker
Our keynote speaker is Glenn D Rolfsen. Glenn is a psychotherapist working in the corporate health service in Oslo. He has worked as a teacher to educate gestalt therapists in Norway and several European countries. As corporate counsel and leadership consultant he works daily to improve the working life quality for employees.
Glenn has shown his concept of how to change an unhealthy and toxic work environment by presenting a clever and easy guide to prevent backbiting at work. He has been a Keynote speaker at the World Health Organisation (WHO) with his Gozzip 2018 concept to all 155 member states. The concept is used on the Global Respectful Workplace Day on 7th December, every year. He has also been the Keynote speaker for HR organisations in Europe. As a speaker and psychotherapist, Glenn has become an expert with his knowledge of the importance of psychosocial work in companies that succeed and what factors are involved.
Our panel will be moderated by Pete Cush and will include Kurt Looyens, Christian Bjorlow, Angelique Linares, Dr Daniella Tilbury and Glenn Rolfson taking part in it.
Attendees have the choice of taking part in one of four breakout sessions:
Zoe Trinidad – The importance of wellbeing pillars (feeding through company values)
Lourdes Barea and Nicole Stevens – Men and Mental Health: Exploring the Stigma
Kelly Mole – Psychological Safety
Dale Cruz – Building strong relationships within your teams and organisation
For an extra fee of £25, you have the option to stay for lunch and network with fellow event attendees and expert speakers.