The InsideOut Mental Health Awards

Celebrating our mental health and the people and organisations who champion it

It has been a genuine privilege to hear the stories from our role models of how being open about their lived experience of mental ill-health has resulted in positive culture change in their organisations.

 

This has inspired us to launch the InsideOut Mental Health Awards which will be held on 26 March 2020. Promoted by Rob Stephenson and Chris Cummings (MD of Wellbeing @ Work events), the evening will be a unique experience of celebration, networking, entertainment and dancing with the industry’s finest.

Shortlisted entries will be announced on Friday 24 January.  Tickets will be on general release on Monday 3 February.  For table enquires see here.

 

The 2019 Judges

Sir Ian Cheshire

Sir Ian Cheshire

Chair

Heads Together
Poppy Jaman OBE

Poppy Jaman OBE

CEO

City Mental Health Alliance
Lord Dennis Stevenson

Lord Dennis Stevenson

House of Lords
Jo Loughran

Jo Loughran

Director

Time to Change
Geoff Mcdonald

Geoff Mcdonald

Co Founder

Minds@Work
Hayley Mulenda

Hayley Mulenda

Student & Speaker

University of Kent
Robyn Vernon-Harcourt

Robyn Vernon-Harcourt

Senior Programme Manager

The Lord Mayor’s Appeal
Eleri Thomso

Eleri Thomso

Analyst

Deloitte
Sean Duggan

Sean Duggan

CEO

Mental Health Network, NHS Confederation
Shalah Akhtar

Shalah Akhtar

Tax Manager

PWC
Nigel Jones

Nigel Jones

Former Partner

Linklaters
Tali Shlomo

Tali Shlomo

People Engagement Director

Chartered Insurance Institute
Suzanne Farrell

Suzanne Farrell

Programme Manager “Every Mind Matters”

Public Health England
Jack Parsons

Jack Parsons

CEO

Big Youth Group
Anastasia Vinnikova

Anastasia Vinnikova

Mental Health Network Co-Chair

The Bank of England
Ben Towers

Ben Towers

Serial Entrepreneur

Carole Spiers

Carole Spiers

Chair

ISMA
Radhika Rangararu

Radhika Rangararu

Head of Integration NHS X

Digital Development

Organisation Categories

Technology Award – employer who has best used technology to improve wellbeing and mental health

Employer Innovation Award – employer who has demonstrated the most innovative approach.

Third Party Influence Award – employer who has best influenced beyond its own walls eg down the supply chain, or into their client base.

Mental Health Benefits Scheme Award – the employer who has the best integrated benefits offering for mental health and wellbeing.

Mental Health First Aid Award   the employer who has the best strategy in relation to Mental Health First Aiders with emphasis given to quality control, support and supervision of the first aiders and measuring impact..

Employer initiative of the Year – Charity/Corporate and Agency jointly for the best mental health campaign.

Large Employer Award (above 1,000 employees) – Awarded to the large employer who is excelling against the Thriving at Work Core and Enhanced Standards assessed using the CMHA Framework.

SME Initiative of the year (up to 1,000 employees) – the best mental health initiative during the year focussed on recovery and prevention.

Individual Categories

Behind the scenes Champion Awarded to an individual employee who has worked behind the scenes to create the biggest impact on the mental health agenda.  This person will not necessarily have lived experience. 

Individual Storyteller Award  – Awarded to an individual who has shared their story of mental ill-health and created the most impact in their workplace. 

Line Manager Award – line manager who has shown the best commitment to the mental health agenda.

Executive Sponsor Award – senior leader (Board, C-Level, Function Head, Partner) who has used their position to best drive positive change and create a mentally healthy culture.

Government Leader Award – MP or Minister who has best championed the mental health agenda.

Media Award – journalist or TV presenter who has best championed the mental health agenda.

Wellbeing Leader Award – the wellbeing lead who has made the biggest impact in their organisation on driving forward the mental health and wellbeing agenda.

Campaigner of the year – individual who has made the biggest difference in the year.

Entry is FREE, very simple & the deadline is 30 November 2019. Enter multiple categories and nominate others. We will  be back in touch in December to clarify the information supplied and judging will take place early in the new year.

Use the quick and easy form form below.

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