Following a management team away day in November, a draft three-year plan has been prepared. It summarises our origins, the achievements we have made together so far, lists the key activities on which the management team thinks we should focus over the next three years and identifies the resources (financial and other) we think need in order to achieve our objectives.
Frontier Economics has been asked by the City Mental Health Alliance to develop a consistent set of metrics or indicators that members can use to ‘measure’ mental health and the impacts of mental ill-health on productivity.
We have been able to secure Simon Stephens, CEO of NHS England, as the keynote speaker for this year’s Chairman’s Breakfast.
The focus of the event was ‘Leadership, Mental Health and the Success of the UK Economy’ and the key note address was given by Lord Gus O’Donnell, who took the opportunity to engage senior business leaders in the business case and the moral case for mental health as a key business priority and the important role of leaders to help drive change and remove the stigma associated with mental health in the workplace.