Health & Wellbeing

Leader as Healer: Nicholas Janni in Conversation

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Join Nicholas Janni, an author and leadership consultant with a focus on deep presence, as he discusses his new book, Leader as Healer: a call to break from the chronically imbalanced ways of thinking and functioning that have become the norm in so many corporate cultures. During his talk, which will include an experiential exercise of mindfulness, Nicholas will set out the pillars and key practices of a new paradigm of leadership, one that may be more urgently needed than ever.

Anger, Activism and Healing: Lama Rod Owens & Nova Reid in Conversation

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We were joined by Lama Rod Owens, Activist, Buddhist minister and bestselling author of Love & Rage and Nova Reid, Activist and author of The Good Ally they discussed their books and why love and anger are vital ingredients to activism and collective healing. The discussion will be chaired by poet, educator and psychologist, Dr Sanah Ahsan.

AN OPTIMISTIC FUTURE: IN CONVERSATION WITH MARK SUZMAN

As Chief Strategy Officer & President of Global Policy & Advocacy at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Mark Suzman is uniquely placed to shed light not only on the challenges and trends in global health but also on the role of philanthropy in disrupting inequality.

Ida Tin, Clue: “There has been an extraordinary blind spot around female healthcare”

Danish entrepreneur Ida Tin is Co-founder and CEO of Clue, the world’s leading science-based and trusted female health and period tracking app – and now a Conduit Connect company.

Yo Takatsuki, AXA IM, on investing in the COVID-19 recovery

We spoke to Yo Takatsuki, Head of ESG Research and Active Ownership at AXA Investment Managers, about the company’s partnership with the Access to Medicine Foundation and the role of investors in a post-COVID recovery.

Learning to talk about mental health

In January 2008, 20-year-old Jonny Benjamin stood on a bridge in central London about to jump to his death. A passing stranger stopped and talked to Jonny, saving his life. Six years later Jonny launched the #FindMike campaign to try to find that stranger on the bridge so he could finally thank him