30/11/2020: WeAreVirtual: Who cares about Men’s Mental Health? | Rob Stephenson

WeAreVirtual, Rob Stephenson, Men's mental health

In this provocative session for International Mens Day, mental health campaigner and tech start-up CEO, Rob Stephenson, will ask the question “Who cares about Men’s Mental Health?”.

He will answer it by sharing his own story of living and working with bipolar and details of his work as a campaigner. Rob will also consider why, despite all of the privilege men enjoy in the workplace and society, suicide is the biggest killer of middle aged men. He will give a few ideas how we can all better look out for each other during these challenging times and discuss how the pandemic has the potential to help create a more empathetic world where mental health is concerned. This talk is aimed at both men and women and how we can all change the way we think and act about mental health.

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About Rob:

Rob StephensonRob Stephenson is an international keynote speaker, campaigner and wellbeing consultant who is on a mission to help create happier, healthier and higher performing workplaces. He experiences bipolar disorder personally.

Rob is the founder of InsideOut LeaderBoard, a social enterprise with the mission of smashing the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace by showcasing senior leader role models with lived experiences of mental ill-health. This is done by virtue of a published annual list – The InsideOut LeaderBoard. As a consultant, Rob works with Boards and senior leadership teams on the design and implementation of an integrated wellbeing strategy.

Rob is the CEO of FormScore, a revolutionary technology start up helping people to monitor their mental health using a score out of ten with a mobile app to help friends, family and colleagues support each other.


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