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People, Culture & Wellbeing Faculty: Building Bridges

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Tuesday, January 25, 12:30pm - 1:30pm (EST)

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  • (GMT-11:00)Pacific, Niue
  • (GMT-11:00)Pacific, Pago Pago
  • (GMT-10:00)America, Adak
  • (GMT-10:00)Pacific, Honolulu
  • (GMT-10:00)Pacific, Rarotonga
  • (GMT-10:00)Pacific, Tahiti
  • (GMT-09:30)Pacific, Marquesas
  • (GMT-09:00)America, Anchorage
  • (GMT-09:00)America, Juneau
  • (GMT-09:00)America, Metlakatla
  • (GMT-09:00)America, Nome
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  • (GMT-09:00)Pacific, Gambier
  • (GMT-08:00)America, Los Angeles
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  • (GMT-08:00)Pacific, Pitcairn
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Boise
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Cambridge Bay
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  • (GMT-07:00)America, Creston
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  • (GMT-07:00)America, Dawson Creek
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Denver
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Edmonton
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Fort Nelson
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Hermosillo
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Inuvik
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Mazatlan
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Ojinaga
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Phoenix
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Whitehorse
  • (GMT-07:00)America, Yellowknife
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Bahia Banderas
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Belize
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Chicago
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Costa Rica
  • (GMT-06:00)America, El Salvador
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Guatemala
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Indiana, Knox
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Indiana, Tell City
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Managua
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Matamoros
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Menominee
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Merida
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Mexico City
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Monterrey
  • (GMT-06:00)America, North Dakota, Beulah
  • (GMT-06:00)America, North Dakota, Center
  • (GMT-06:00)America, North Dakota, New Salem
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Rainy River
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Rankin Inlet
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Regina
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Resolute
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Swift Current
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Tegucigalpa
  • (GMT-06:00)America, Winnipeg
  • (GMT-06:00)Pacific, Galapagos
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Atikokan
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Bogota
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Cancun
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Cayman
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Detroit
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Eirunepe
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Grand Turk
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Guayaquil
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Havana
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Indianapolis
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Marengo
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Petersburg
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Vevay
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Vincennes
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Indiana, Winamac
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Iqaluit
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Jamaica
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Kentucky, Louisville
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Kentucky, Monticello
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Lima
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Nassau
  • (GMT-05:00)America, New York
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Nipigon
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Panama
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Pangnirtung
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Port-au-Prince
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Rio Branco
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Thunder Bay
  • (GMT-05:00)America, Toronto
  • (GMT-05:00)Pacific, Easter
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Anguilla
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Antigua
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Aruba
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Barbados
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Blanc-Sablon
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Boa Vista
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Campo Grande
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Caracas
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Cuiaba
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Curacao
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Dominica
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Glace Bay
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Goose Bay
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Grenada
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Guadeloupe
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Guyana
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Halifax
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Kralendijk
  • (GMT-04:00)America, La Paz
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Lower Princes
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Manaus
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Marigot
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Martinique
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Moncton
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Montserrat
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Port of Spain
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Porto Velho
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Puerto Rico
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Santo Domingo
  • (GMT-04:00)America, St Barthelemy
  • (GMT-04:00)America, St Kitts
  • (GMT-04:00)America, St Lucia
  • (GMT-04:00)America, St Thomas
  • (GMT-04:00)America, St Vincent
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Thule
  • (GMT-04:00)America, Tortola
  • (GMT-04:00)Atlantic, Bermuda
  • (GMT-03:30)America, St Johns
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Araguaina
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Buenos Aires
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Catamarca
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Cordoba
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Jujuy
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, La Rioja
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Mendoza
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Rio Gallegos
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Salta
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, San Juan
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, San Luis
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Tucuman
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Argentina, Ushuaia
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Asuncion
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Bahia
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Belem
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Cayenne
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Fortaleza
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Maceio
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Miquelon
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Montevideo
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Nuuk
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Paramaribo
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Punta Arenas
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Recife
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Santarem
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Santiago
  • (GMT-03:00)America, Sao Paulo
  • (GMT-03:00)Antarctica, Palmer
  • (GMT-03:00)Antarctica, Rothera
  • (GMT-03:00)Atlantic, Stanley
  • (GMT-02:00)America, Noronha
  • (GMT-02:00)Atlantic, South Georgia
  • (GMT-01:00)America, Scoresbysund
  • (GMT-01:00)Atlantic, Azores
  • (GMT-01:00)Atlantic, Cape Verde
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Abidjan
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Accra
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Bamako
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Banjul
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Bissau
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Conakry
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Dakar
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Freetown
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Lome
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Monrovia
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Nouakchott
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Ouagadougou
  • (GMT+00:00)Africa, Sao Tome
  • (GMT+00:00)America, Danmarkshavn
  • (GMT+00:00)Antarctica, Troll
  • (GMT+00:00)Atlantic, Canary
  • (GMT+00:00)Atlantic, Faroe
  • (GMT+00:00)Atlantic, Madeira
  • (GMT+00:00)Atlantic, Reykjavik
  • (GMT+00:00)Atlantic, St Helena
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, Dublin
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, Guernsey
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, Isle of Man
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, Jersey
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, Lisbon
  • (GMT+00:00)Europe, London
  • (GMT+00:00)UTC
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Algiers
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Bangui
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Brazzaville
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Casablanca
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Ceuta
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Douala
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, El Aaiun
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Kinshasa
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Lagos
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Libreville
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Luanda
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Malabo
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Ndjamena
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Niamey
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Porto-Novo
  • (GMT+01:00)Africa, Tunis
  • (GMT+01:00)Arctic, Longyearbyen
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Amsterdam
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Andorra
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Belgrade
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Berlin
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Bratislava
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Brussels
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Budapest
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Busingen
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Copenhagen
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Gibraltar
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Ljubljana
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Luxembourg
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Madrid
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Malta
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Monaco
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Oslo
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Paris
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Podgorica
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Prague
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Rome
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, San Marino
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Sarajevo
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Skopje
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Stockholm
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Tirane
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Vaduz
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Vatican
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Vienna
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Warsaw
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Zagreb
  • (GMT+01:00)Europe, Zurich
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Blantyre
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Bujumbura
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Cairo
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Gaborone
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Harare
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Johannesburg
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Juba
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Khartoum
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Kigali
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Lubumbashi
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Lusaka
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Maputo
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Maseru
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Mbabane
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Tripoli
  • (GMT+02:00)Africa, Windhoek
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Amman
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Beirut
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Damascus
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Famagusta
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Gaza
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Hebron
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Jerusalem
  • (GMT+02:00)Asia, Nicosia
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Athens
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Bucharest
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Chisinau
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Helsinki
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Kaliningrad
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Kiev
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Mariehamn
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Riga
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Sofia
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Tallinn
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Uzhgorod
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Vilnius
  • (GMT+02:00)Europe, Zaporozhye
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Addis Ababa
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Asmara
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Dar es Salaam
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Djibouti
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Kampala
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Mogadishu
  • (GMT+03:00)Africa, Nairobi
  • (GMT+03:00)Antarctica, Syowa
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Aden
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Baghdad
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Bahrain
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Kuwait
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Qatar
  • (GMT+03:00)Asia, Riyadh
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Istanbul
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Kirov
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Minsk
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Moscow
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Simferopol
  • (GMT+03:00)Europe, Volgograd
  • (GMT+03:00)Indian, Antananarivo
  • (GMT+03:00)Indian, Comoro
  • (GMT+03:00)Indian, Mayotte
  • (GMT+03:30)Asia, Tehran
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  • (GMT+04:00)Asia, Yerevan
  • (GMT+04:00)Europe, Astrakhan
  • (GMT+04:00)Europe, Samara
  • (GMT+04:00)Europe, Saratov
  • (GMT+04:00)Europe, Ulyanovsk
  • (GMT+04:00)Indian, Mahe
  • (GMT+04:00)Indian, Mauritius
  • (GMT+04:00)Indian, Reunion
  • (GMT+04:30)Asia, Kabul
  • (GMT+05:00)Antarctica, Mawson
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Aqtau
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  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Ashgabat
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Atyrau
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Dushanbe
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Karachi
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Oral
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Qyzylorda
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Samarkand
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Tashkent
  • (GMT+05:00)Asia, Yekaterinburg
  • (GMT+05:00)Indian, Kerguelen
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  • (GMT+05:30)Asia, Colombo
  • (GMT+05:30)Asia, Kolkata
  • (GMT+05:45)Asia, Kathmandu
  • (GMT+06:00)Antarctica, Vostok
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Almaty
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Bishkek
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Dhaka
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Omsk
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Qostanay
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Thimphu
  • (GMT+06:00)Asia, Urumqi
  • (GMT+06:00)Indian, Chagos
  • (GMT+06:30)Asia, Yangon
  • (GMT+06:30)Indian, Cocos
  • (GMT+07:00)Antarctica, Davis
  • (GMT+07:00)Asia, Bangkok
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  • (GMT+07:00)Asia, Vientiane
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  • (GMT+10:00)Pacific, Chuuk
  • (GMT+10:00)Pacific, Guam
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  • (GMT+10:30)Australia, Adelaide
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  • (GMT+12:00)Pacific, Fiji
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  • (GMT+13:45)Pacific, Chatham
  • (GMT+14:00)Pacific, Kiritimati

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    ⭐ Hosts: Faculty Leaders Sharon Critchlow and Nigel Jones

    Sharon champions emotional intelligence in leadership, diversity and culture change for enhanced productivity and raises awareness, advocates and trains leaders and companies in wellness.

    Nigel Jones is the former Chair of the CMHA where his term ended in 2019. Until April 2018, his primary professional activity was as a partner at Linklaters, where he had worked for 32 years. His professional focus is now on business coaching. Nigel created Linklater’s healthcare sector, leading it for 2 decades.

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    Poppy Jaman OBE

    Poppy Jaman OBE is an internationally respected mental health advocate, national policy advisor and social entrepreneur. A global voice of authority on workplace mental health, she is the CEO of the City Mental Health Alliance (CMHA), a coalition of multinationals working together to create a culture of good mental health and build a global community influencing change and stigma. Poppy is also a Director at Re=Balance and a Trustee for The Centre of Mental Health.

    Poppy was instrumental in the creation of the NHS’s Every Mind Matters platform and was named by the Secretary of State in Parliament as one of England’s mental health experts. In 2018, Poppy was awarded an OBE in recognition of her services to people with mental health issues and also received an honorary doctorate from the University of Gloucestershire. In 2019 she won Woman of The Year at the GG2 Culture & Diversity Leadership Awards and was named a Game Changer in the FT women of 2019 list.

    Poppy was the founding CEO of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England and, under her leadership the organisation developed from a small government project into a fast-growing, commercially successful Community Interest Company recognised by the FT in 2017 as one of the fastest growing SME’s in Europe. She also served two terms on the Advisory Board of Public Health England (PHE).

    Poppy Jaman on Twitter: @poppyjaman
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/poppyjaman/

    Richard Cooper

    Richard is a highly accomplished senior executive with extensive experience operating at board level in both an executive and non-executive capacity within complex organisations. A highly driven, seasoned executive with excellent communication, influencing and stakeholder management skills. He has an exceptional track record of leading large-scale critical transformational change, regulatory and structural separation programmes including culture, process, system, trading changes and cost transformation. Over 10 years’ experience in face-to-face dealings with the UK telecoms regulator and other communication providers. His motivational and incisive leadership style combined with his ability to provide challenge in a transparent and constructive way allows him to inspire multi-disciplinary teams to deliver excellent results under very challenging circumstances.

    Francesca Ecsery

    Portfolio Non-Executive Director / Chairman / MD / GM with 30+ years experience in both blue chip companies and start-ups in the Digital / Retail / FMCG / Leisure travel industries. Special expertise in omni-channel consumer Marketing, Branding and Commercial strategies which deliver growth and profits. Currently NED in a diverse range of UK listed and private companies from F&C Investment Trust to Air France. Previous executive experience includes McKinsey, PespiCo, ThornEMI, Thomas Cook, STA Travel and many other consumer brands. Harvard MBA. International: fluent in French, English, Portuguese, Spanish and Hungarian. Also Transpire Global Faculty Leader of our Diversity & Inclusion Faculty.
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    ⭐ Hosts: Faculty Leaders Sharon Critchlow and Nigel Jones

    Sharon champions emotional intelligence in leadership, diversity and culture change for enhanced productivity and raises awareness, advocates and trains leaders and companies in wellness.

    Nigel Jones is the former Chair of the CMHA where his term ended in 2019. Until April 2018, his primary professional activity was as a partner at Linklaters, where he had worked for 32 years. His professional focus is now on business coaching. Nigel created Linklater’s healthcare sector, leading it for 2 decades.

    ⭐ Speakers ⭐

    Poppy Jaman OBE

    Poppy Jaman OBE is an internationally respected mental health advocate, national policy advisor and social entrepreneur. A global voice of authority on workplace mental health, she is the CEO of the City Mental Health Alliance (CMHA), a coalition of multinationals working together to create a culture of good mental health and build a global community influencing change and stigma. Poppy is also a Director at Re=Balance and a Trustee for The Centre of Mental Health.

    Poppy was instrumental in the creation of the NHS’s Every Mind Matters platform and was named by the Secretary of State in Parliament as one of England’s mental health experts. In 2018, Poppy was awarded an OBE in recognition of her services to people with mental health issues and also received an honorary doctorate from the University of Gloucestershire. In 2019 she won Woman of The Year at the GG2 Culture & Diversity Leadership Awards and was named a Game Changer in the FT women of 2019 list.

    Poppy was the founding CEO of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England and, under her leadership the organisation developed from a small government project into a fast-growing, commercially successful Community Interest Company recognised by the FT in 2017 as one of the fastest growing SME’s in Europe. She also served two terms on the Advisory Board of Public Health England (PHE).

    Poppy Jaman on Twitter: @poppyjaman
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/poppyjaman/

    Richard Cooper

    Richard is a highly accomplished senior executive with extensive experience operating at board level in both an executive and non-executive capacity within complex organisations. A highly driven, seasoned executive with excellent communication, influencing and stakeholder management skills. He has an exceptional track record of leading large-scale critical transformational change, regulatory and structural separation programmes including culture, process, system, trading changes and cost transformation. Over 10 years’ experience in face-to-face dealings with the UK telecoms regulator and other communication providers. His motivational and incisive leadership style combined with his ability to provide challenge in a transparent and constructive way allows him to inspire multi-disciplinary teams to deliver excellent results under very challenging circumstances.

    Francesca Ecsery

    Portfolio Non-Executive Director / Chairman / MD / GM with 30+ years experience in both blue chip companies and start-ups in the Digital / Retail / FMCG / Leisure travel industries. Special expertise in omni-channel consumer Marketing, Branding and Commercial strategies which deliver growth and profits. Currently NED in a diverse range of UK listed and private companies from F&C Investment Trust to Air France. Previous executive experience includes McKinsey, PespiCo, ThornEMI, Thomas Cook, STA Travel and many other consumer brands. Harvard MBA. International: fluent in French, English, Portuguese, Spanish and Hungarian. Also Transpire Global Faculty Leader of our Diversity & Inclusion Faculty.
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