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June 19th 2020

14:00 - 15:00 BST

1 Hour

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In this webinar, led by ukactive and Sport England, we will be looking at business owners’ and their employees physical health issues, and how health and wellbeing can boost the level of your firm’s productivity.

During the Coronavirus lockdown, anxiety, stress and depression have had an impact on thousands of business owners’ mental health. Some people have also found it far harder to exercise on a regular basis, impacting on their physical health too.

Recent research from Sport England shows 62% of adults currently consider exercise to be more important than ever and 65% of people believe exercise is helping with their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We also know that improved physical and mental health, for both business owners and employees, can help boost a firm’s productivity levels. Our panellists will discuss what you can do to increase focus on health and wellbeing for yourself or for your employees in order to achieve a business benefit.

The webinar will outline why being active during the working day is more important than ever, provide practical tips and advice that you will be able to follow and ultimately demonstrate how physical exercise can help the financial performance of your business.

Presented by FSB’s Head of Media Alan Soady, the webinar panel will include:


Alan Soady

FSB Head of Media

Professor Greg Whyte

Former Olympian and leading sports and exercise physiologist

Christine Husbands

Managing Director, RedArc

Kate Dale

Campaign Lead for Sport England

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Feminist and former journalist Kate Dale is responsible for delivering This Girl Can, Sport England’s multi-award-winning campaign, which is changing the way millions of people think about exercise and physical activity, and has seen 3.9 million more women get active as a direct result.
Prior to this, Kate spent 10 years as a trade magazine editor before becoming a brand and content specialist for major online banking institutions including Barclays. When time permits, she like to takes part in triathlons and learning to dance. She has recently been appointed a trustee for Women’s Sport Trust – a leading UK charity focused on using the power of sport to accelerate gender equality and stimulate social change.

Tracy Griffen

Personal trainer

Anna Davison

Head of Workplace Wellbeing, ukactive


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