Balancing your business and your wellbeing

26/06/2019
17:00 – 19:00
Barclays Eagle Labs, Jersey Library

Running a business is a constant challenge, so how do you manage this whilst ensuring that you are looking after your own well being?

Find out how your peers have dealt with the challenges and curve-balls that owning and running a business has presented as they share their techniques and coping mechanisms for managing their own wellbeing.

At this session Alexia McClure from Jersey Business, will introduce and facilitate a conversation that will explore the different approaches that panellists have taken when dealing with:

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This event is part of World WellBeing Week, the week will provide the opportunity for all participants to promote an overall awareness for the various aspects of wellbeing, including social, physical, emotional, financial, career, community and environmental wellbeing.

Light refreshments will be provided on the night.

Speakers

Chris Morris
Natalie Clare
Beth Moore
Matt Ebbrell

Interval Marketing
Chris is an inbound digital marketing specialist, with 20 years experience in the digital space. He co-founded his first digital agency at the age of 17 and went on to work with global brands, employing a team of over 30 people based in the UK. In 2010 Chris saw the opportunity to create a new breed of digital marketing agency, called Interval, and a unique behavioural marketing system, powered by data and analytics, which enables organisations to personalise their interactions with customers at scale, to generate leads and convert them into loyal customers. Chris’s expertise includes web & app development, content marketing and CRM design and integration. He lives with his wife and 4 children in Jersey.

Natalie Clare Consulting:
Natalie is an expert on Authentic Leadership with a special interest in women’s leadership. A Speaker, Entrepreneur and HR professional with 20 years’ HR experience up to Global Director level.

Working with high achieving leaders, she helps them overcome self-judgement, increase confidence and develop their authentic leadership style and voice so that they can command the recognition and respect they deserve, as well as achieve a more successful career and balanced life.

Throughout her career and businesses, she has always been drawn to leadership and talent development. Her curiosity to understand what drives and motivates people enabled her to achieve success in the HR, Consulting and Coaching profession, particularly with Executives, leaders and emerging leaders.

Jersey Recovery College
Beth Moore set-up and now leads Jersey Recovery College (JRC), a local mental health charity that provides free courses to those experiencing mental health difficulties and the people who support them. Beth was living and working in London in 2012 when she had a breakdown. As part of her recovery Beth changed career direction and joined the third sector in Jersey. Beth uses her personal experiences of mental illness and recovery to inform her role and how she leads the organisation. JRC was designed with a community of 130 people and has gone from inception to supporting 600 local people in the space of three years. Beth can share reflections on how she has balanced the pressures of starting-up a new organisation with her own mental health. Having experienced a relapse in 2018, Beth can also share how to learn from and come back from a set-back.

Beth has worked for Macmillan Jersey and has been am Ambassador for Mind Jersey, sharing her story of mental illness to challenge stigma. Prior to this Beth worked in London for a global PR company. Beth was named Inspirational Leader of the Year at 2018’s Pride of Jersey Awards.

Fairway Group
Matt Ebbrell is HR Director at Fairway Group with responsibility for the people strategy in the Human Resources team. Matt joined Fairway in 2018 and has over 18 years' experience in HR. Prior to joining Fairway Group, he worked at HSBC, Royal Bank of Canada and most recently at the Jersey Financial Services Commission as Head of Human Resources focussing on transformation of the people strategy.

Matt graduated from the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) with a Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources. He is a fully Chartered member of the CIPD

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