Club HR – Workplace wellbeing: the commercial advantages and how to attain them

  • Date: 26 May 2022
  • Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Club HR – Workplace wellbeing: the commercial advantages and how to attain them

Club HR – Workplace wellbeing: the commercial advantages and how to attain them

This series is suitable for HR professionals or those with responsibility for managing staff.

Our conversation was on the characteristics of high performing teams, where our speakers explored three important themes:

(i)           Diagnosing your cultural strengths and weaknesses;
(ii)          Making the most of your time, energy and resources;
(iii)         Measuring success.

Meet our speakers

Musab Hemsi | Director 

Accredited as a specialist in employment law by both the W.S. Society and Law Society of Scotland, Musab is known for investing time to understand his clients with a genuine focus on generating demonstrable improvements and savings in his clients’ businesses. Musab is also a notary public, a member of the European Employment Lawyers Association and Chair of the Scottish Discrimination Lawyers Association.

Musab provides solutions and advice on a range of employment matters including – promoting equality in the workplace, managing trade union relations, consulting on the implications of business acquisitions and disposals, designing restructuring solutions, defending all types of tribunal claims and advising on executive severance (for both companies and individuals).  Musab has significant experience working with clients’ Human Resources teams. Musab quickly understands the issues in hand, their impact on his clients’ business, how they affect individual stakeholders and then works with his clients to deliver pragmatic, end-game focused solutions.  Musab has over a decade of experience as a specialist employment solicitor and is known for his innovative thinking, often finding ways to unlock organic wealth and build connections across his network of clients.

Julie McCann | Founder & CEO 

Founder and CEO of Masters In Minds, previously a successful board director, change leader and facilitator who spent over twenty-five years responsible for delivering results in business development, sales and service in the BPO outsourcing, consultancy and training market. She spends much of her time leading transformation and change, collaborating with clients and colleagues to design, implement and deliver results that help both the people and therefore the organisation to thrive. Having specialised in this field through practical hands-on business leadership whilst studying for an MSc in Change Strategy and Facilitation Skills, business realities and academic theory have been truly tried, tested and optimised. She has worked with many different cultures to assist clients to achieve their aims. Includes EMEA, US (North and South), Asia-Pacific and across Africa.

Her ‘why’ – why she does what she does – what gets her up in the morning…. she gets to live her ‘why’ every day. She founded Masters In Minds because she believes that business can positively contribute to society through creating workplace cultures that people can thrive and grow in. She has a passion for helping women in business and created the ‘Sisterhood & Stories’ community a few years ago.

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