Cambridge Alumni Festival – “Wellbeing in the workplace: organisational strategies for the post-pandemic world” with Thomas Roulet

As part of the Cambridge Alumni Festival, I had a blast chatting with Thomas Roulet on “Wellbeing in the workplace: organisational strategies for the post-pandemic world.” And for various good reasons, I was not getting out much so this was a welcome break to do a socially-distanced talk at Lady Mitchell Hall in Cambridge.

Here’s a little more information from the Festival page. From the event description:


“The COVID pandemic has triggered a radical shift in the nature of work. With this, mental and physical health at work have become even more important challenges. As some degree of normalcy returns, the rise of the hybrid office will still require organisations to strongly rethink their approach to employee well-being. In this event, we will share data from existing research projects to show how work patterns have changed, and we will discuss strategies for managing mental health in a holistic way.”

Thomas Roulet’s work is really interesting and timely. You can check out his research here, and his articles at Forbes here.




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