On 3 July, the Banking Standards Board (BSB) is holding its first knowledge-sharing workshop on wellbeing and resilience. Our knowledge-sharing workshops aim to enable firms to share and learn from
On 3 July, the Banking Standards Board (BSB) is holding its first knowledge-sharing workshop on wellbeing and resilience. Our knowledge-sharing workshops aim to enable firms to share and learn from each other’s experience in managing their culture, with a focus on practical approaches and techniques.
In 2016, the first year in which we conducted our Assessment, the personal resilience and wellbeing of employees in the banking sector was shown to be a key area of concern. Notwithstanding considerable focus on this issue within the banking sector (and more widely), the 2017 picture remained equally problematic. Just over a quarter of BSB Survey respondents said in 2017 that working in their organisation had a negative impact on their health and wellbeing; the same proportion as in 2016.
This workshop will explore what more can be done to improve the wellbeing and resilience of those working in the banking sector. Attendees will hear from Paul Litchfield, Chief Medical Officer for BT Group plc & Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, as well as Qamar Zaman, the BSB’s Head of Insights – Chief Economist, Stacey Sutton, Head of EMEA Benefits, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, and Dominic Johnson, Barclays Group Employee Relations Director.
There will be ample opportunity for participants both to ask questions and to share their own knowledge, ideas and experience on the topic.
This event is by invitation only and will be held on a Chatham House basis. If you are interested in our events programme please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm