Employee Benefits Live 2022 speaker slides

Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the speaker slides for the keynote and conference sessions at Employee Benefits Live 2022, which took place on 5-6 October 2022 at ExCeL London.

Thank you very much to all of the speakers for sharing their ideas, experiences and insights.

Keynote speakers

K1: Diversity, equality and inclusion: Embedding equity and inclusion to truly reap the benefits

Asif Sadiq MBE, chief global diversity, equity and inclusion officer, Warner Bros Discovery

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K2: Breaking down workplace barriers: From journalist to accidental celebrity

Alex Brooker, journalist, TV presenter and comedian

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K3: Power to perform

Ollie Ollerton, former special forces operative

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K4: Human at the heart: How Nespresso is implementing a whole-person approach to employee wellbeing

Charlotte Hallett, head of HR UK and ROI at Nespresso

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Day one

A1: Wellbeing: Thriving, not just surviving

Jessica Badley, director of people, British Society of Rheumatology

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A2: How to promote health and wellbeing practices to the workplace

Anne-Marie Lister, chief people officer, Atom Bank

Daniel Chan, global workplace and wellbeing lead, Dentsu International

Donna O’Malley, head of nursery group operations, Monkey Puzzle Nursery Group

Karen Tate, employee relations lead, Monkey Puzzle Nursery Group

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B1: Creating dyslexic-friendly pension communications

Oliver Payne, international pensions and data analytics manager, Ford Motor Company

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B2: Managing change for pensions: First time outsourcing

Jo Udall, pensions manager UK and Ireland, Siemens

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B3: Positive about pensions: How to get people to care for their future self

Sinead Swift, senior manager – reward, Brambles

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C1: Culture, engagement and motivation

Michele Birtles, director of people and culture, ExCel

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C2: Cultural innovation in a geographically dispersed workforce: How to create a work culture that people love

Tom Holliss, chief people officer, Zappi

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C3: Improving working relationships through social connections

Dr Antonia Dietmann, head of organisation and behaviour development, Ministry of Justice

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D1: How to champion environmental, social and corporate governance via your benefits strategy

Louisa Neale, head of people and culture, The Office of the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

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D2: Cost-effective benefits and knowing your people

Jeff Bakes, head of total rewards, Ikea

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D3: How to structure a compelling cost-efficient benefits offering

Neil Goodwin, head of reward, Wickes

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Day two

A4: Happy, healthy and productive teams through hybrid working

Roisin Mackenzie, culture and engagement director, Saga

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A5: Engaging reward options for the workforce of tomorrow

Ian Hodson, head of reward, University of Lincoln

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A6: Building an inclusive benefits strategy

Isha Smith, director compensation and total rewards, Soundcloud

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B4: Creating an authentic workplace through mental resilience for employees

Simon Ursell, managing director, Tyler Grange

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B5: What are the fundamentals to create a successful mental health strategy?

Mark Greenwald, benefits and wellbeing advisor – Europe, Lendlease

Paul Hay, EHS training manager, health and safety – Europe, Lendlease

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B6: The benefits of a proactive approach to mental health

Jurgita Capizzano, international benefits manager, Kraft Heinz

Justin Turner, head of human resources, Syter Jaguar Land Rover

Lorne Grove, health, wellbeing and engagement adviser, South Central Ambulance Service

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C4: How to design a financial education and wellbeing strategy that works for your employees

Georgia Rule, reward business partner, The AA

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C5: How to help colleagues stay in control of their money during the cost-of-living crisis

Katherine Thomas, HR systems and reward specialist, Claranet

Kelly Drew, human resources advisor, Claranet

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C6: Building an effective financial education strategy

Michaela O’Reilly, head of reward and analytics, Ipsos

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D4: Why support reproductive health through the workplace

Laura Jackson, physical wellbeing manager, Adobe

Lorne Grove, health, wellbeing and engagement adviser, South Central Ambulance Service

Sharon Midwinter, benefits and wellbeing lead, Natwest Group

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D5: How to structure an employee care programme for all

Emily Moreton-Smith, product owner and deputy chair, Global

Serena Lloyd-Smith, head of diversity and inclusion, Global

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D6: Menopause matters: Supporting colleagues and their families

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Sharon Midwinter, benefits and wellbeing lead, NatWest Group

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