The KeepWell Summit

The KeepWell Summit

21 June 2018

Agenda 2018

08.00
Registration and arrival refreshments
Wellness and company culture
An exploration of why the corporate world is taking wellness seriously and the impact these strategies are having on the bottom line. In this session we looked at how businesses can successfully integrating wellness into the company culture and vision. Speakers addressed the issue of engagement, both from the top down and across the workforce.
08.30
Welcome to The KeepWell Summit
Martin Wells, Executive Director, Ibec
08.40
Engagement across the spectrum
Richard Murphy, CEO and Founder, Zevo Health
09.00
The impact of building a strong employer brand
Gillian Horan, CEO, The Pudding
09.20
Keynote address: The future looks well
Neil O'Brien, Wellness Expert and Author
08.30
Panel discussion
  • Martin Wells, Executive Director, Ibec
  • Richard Murphy, CEO and Founder, Zevo Health
  • Neil O'Brien, Wellness Expert and Author
  • Jennifer Grogan, Health and Wellbeing Research and Development, ESB
10.10
Refreshments and networking break
Pillars of wellness
Subject matter experts across several wellness pillars delivered “TedTalk” style presentations on how organisations can create meaningful and lasting change. Practical advice for immediate implementation.
10.50
Mental health, but not as your know it!
Caroline McGuigan, CEO and Robert Carley, Strategic Consultant, Suicide or Survive
11.10
Intoxicants policy in action, a case study
Leona Cronin, Continuum Care Counsellor, Aiseiri
11.25
Work | Rest | Success
Lucy Wolfe, Sleep Consultant, Sleep Matters
11.45
Physical activity in work and elsewhere
Pat Henry, Yoga Therapist and Fitness Consultant
12.05
Panel discussion
  • Caroline McGuigan, CEO, Suicide or Survive
  • Leona Cronin, Continuum Care Counsellor, Aiseiri
  • Lucy Wolfe, Sleep Consultant, Sleep Matters
  • Pat Henry, Yoga Therapist and Fitness Consultant
  • Aoife Ní Mhurchú, Head of HR, Sky Ireland
12.25
Stand, stretch and boost!
Healthy environment, healthy human
A look at the external factors that impact wellness from the built environment to technology in the workplace. A case study of an organisation that has won international acclaim for it’s built environment and some useful tips on creating a responsible attitude toward digital consumption.
12.40
Wellness at One Albert Quay
Diane Hunter, Associate Director and Aoife Hayes, Wellness Advisor, Project and Programme Management, Arup
12.55
Working smarter in an always connected age
Chris Flack, Founder and CEO, UnPlug
13.15
Invest in your mental wealth, how to achieve a work life blend
Lisa Wilkinson, Director, The elbowroom
13.40
Healthy lunch and networking


Close