Episode 40: A cultural test point: Matt Elliott, Chief People Officer, Bank of Ireland
Matt shares his thoughts on the cultural test point workplaces are experiencing and how approaches to colleague wellbeing, and HR’s role, have changed dramatically.
Describing some of the changes that have taken place at the Bank of Ireland, Matt shares how he has worked on supporting the mental health of colleagues, including suicide prevention.
Matt also discusses initiatives that have opened access to employment and enhanced inclusivity, identifying and addressing imbalance.
Reflecting on the changes and challenges of the last couple of years, Matt looks to the positive opportunities for the future of work and the role of HR in shaping them.
Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about:
- Ohana Zero Suicide Prevention (Ireland) - https://www.ohana.ie/
- Zero Suicide Alliance (UK) - Welcome to the Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA)
- Involve - involve | people at the heart of decision-making | involve.org.uk
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