With Madeleine Evans, Levell
Mental health is high on the agenda of corporates and start-ups, thanks in part to the work of major charities, like MIND, and the government’s 2017 Stevenson Farmer Review report, Thriving at Work. At the same time, companies and people are struggling with productivity increases, and making operational and organisational changes to address this. These two issues are being treated separately by people and companies. Why?
Madeleine will highlight insights from the academic research on burnout, which help us understand the intersection of mental health and productivity for people and companies. We will look at simple frameworks for how to think about the main drivers, and the levers you can pull as leaders or consultants of organisations – across personal behaviour, work and resource allocation, and the environment and culture at work.
Madeleine Evans is the founder and chief executive officer of Levell, a start-up with the mission to eliminate burnout, by putting well-being right along side performance, ‘on the priority list’, for people and companies. She has a background in digital and work transformation, loves design, and having started this company, is proud to also have a PhD-level knowledge of academic research on burnout and well-being at work!