In-person event |
Level 32, Gateway Tower, 1 Macquarie Pl
Sydney NSW 2000
Overview (Program Summary)
Pinsent Masons is a large global professional services firm that has worked hard to offer a collaborative and positive workplace with a strong focus on mental health and D&I.
Pinsent Masons Vario is proud to sponsor this In-House In Health program seminar on running a Wellness program within a large and diverse organisation.
Hosted at the Pinsent Masons’ offices in Sydney and Melbourne, the seminar will look at lessons learned in building an award-winning Responsible Business program across the firm’s global business. It will examine the failures and the wins, the challenges and the triumphs and will take a look at the impact of a simple idea like the Mindful Business Charter and go behind the scenes on the effort and organisation needed to set this initiative up.
Mike Harvey is the Head of Responsible Business for Pinsent Masons, a global professional services firm with a large and diverse workforce. He has 15 years' experience working in Responsible Business and is Interested in helping businesses to be a positive influence in the world on social mobility, inclusion, education, community, sustainability and mental health/wellbeing.
Mike is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability.
Joining Mike in Sydney will be Jim Hunwick, the Partner in charge of the firm’s Finance & Projects division in Australia. Jim is also responsible for the roll out of the Mindful Business Charter in Australia, a wellness initiative established by Pinsent Masons, Addleshaw Goddard and Barclays in the UK to address ways to positively impact the effects of on ‘always on’ job like that of a lawyer.
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