Mental Health & Wellbeing
Chaired by Professor Charles Egbu, we were joined by mental health organisations and advocates to debate and discuss the impact on the construction sector and how, as a professional body, we can help promote wellbeing and improve the support we provide to members.
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Meet the Panel
Prof. Charles Egbu
Debate Chair CIOB President 2019 – 2020
Mental health and wellbeing will be one of the key themes of Professor Charles Egbu’s term as president of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
Executive Director for Strategy for Mates in Mind
Joscelyne will be part of the panel discussing the issue of mental health in construction and how, at Mates in Mind, they are improving workplace mental health.
CEO, The Coleman Group
Mark is the Chief Executive of the Coleman Group, a wholly owned independent family business founded more than 55 years ago. Mark is also Chairman of the Midlands Hub, delivering the regional ambition of the CIOB, whilst also contributing to national and global strategies.
Registered Nurse and Mental Healthcare Practitioner
Mary will be part of the panel discussing the issue of mental health in construction and how she, as a registered nurse and mental healthcare practitioner, recognises the support the industry requires to improve wellbeing.
CIOB Glasgow Novus Chair
Fraser will be part of the panel discussing the issue of mental health in construction and how, as a young professional at the start of his career in construction, he believes the industry needs to change to improve the wellbeing on those entering the sector.
Download our ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’ briefing note for access to accompanying materials for this debate and workshop.