How to boost your mental and physical health

  • Identify what small changes are needed to improve your own wellbeing
  • Create short-term and long-term goals and measure your performance
  • Build resilience to help you handle day-to-day life

Former Olympic champion, Sally Gunnell knows better than most that there is a clear connection between wellbeing, performance and results.

At this event, Sally will offer a range of practical ways to improve physical health and psychological wellbeing. Research shows that companies who run wellbeing programmes inspire employee engagement and enhance recruitment and retention rates, saving money and boosting productivity.

You will leave inspired and equipped with tips, tools and strategies to be more healthy, resilient and achieve greater work-life balance. You’ll have the confidence to improve your own wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around you.

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Sally Gunnell

Sally Gunnell won gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and broke the world record by winning gold again at the 1993 World Championships in Stuttgart. No other woman has held Commonwealth, European, World and Olympic track titles concurrently and her Stuttgart time remains a British record. Since retiring in 1997, Sally has been a broadcaster and campaigner for better health and wellbeing.