Benchmark Business Breakfast

26th March 2018

The Benchmark team will be hosting a Business Breakfast focused on busting the taboo around 'Mental Health in the Workplace'.

Guest speakers Sheffield Mind will deliver expert advice on managing issues of mental heath. There will be also be an interactive session to the event. Paul Dickinson from Rest Bandit will also be running a session focusing on practical tips for how to escape the busy trap, and create more time for high quality rest in our lives. Paul is a people and change specialist with a passion for restful living. He has fused his background in HR with his experience as a yoga teacher to create his company Rest Bandit. Date: Wednesday, 28th March Venue: Showroom Bar, Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX Time: 8am-10am Catering: Bacon sandwiches (vegetarian option available), tea and coffee To book please click through to Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/BMMentalHealth

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