18 May 2021
Mental Health and the Power of Storytelling
Community Business is hosting a public workshop on Mental Health and the Power of Storytelling, kindly sponsored by Credit Suisse.
Centred on the highly acclaimed This is Me storytelling campaign, the programme will address:
- The Power of Storytelling: A look at the positive impact sharing stories can have on opening up conversation and challenging the stigma around mental health.
- Corporate Panel: A sharing by 2-3 companies of their experience of running a This is Me storytelling programme, with a focus on critical success factors.
- Get Involved: Guidance on how to get started and resources available to support you.
A zoom invite will be sent out later after reigistration. For any enquiries, please contact Kapila Jaykumar.
18.05.2110:30am - 11:30am (UTC+5:30)VirtualAdd to calendar 18-05-2021 10:30 AM 18-05-2021 11:30 AM Mental Health and the Power of Storytelling Community Business is hosting a public workshop on Mental Health and the Power of Storytelling, kindly sponsored by Credit Suisse. Asia/Kolkata
Inderpreet KaurmoreHead of Human Resources (HR) Credit Suisse
Leandra MendonsamoreDirector and Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, BNY Mellon India
Rajesh Thiruvottkandy (TK)moreHead of Group Technology Service Management, India
Shankarnarayan BhatmoreSenior Director Engineering, Intel Technologies
Head of Human Resources (HR) Credit Suisse
Prior to Credit Suisse, she was with Royal Bank of Scotland for 17 years. Inderpreet has worked in a variety of HR roles, including leading Centers of Expertise in areas such as Employee Relations and Change Management, and is certified in Coaching Mastery.
She has led large HR initiatives related to business and technology transformations and has led HR policy agenda changes to ensure inclusivity and gender neutrality. She was part of the core group for the Industry forum Women in Technology, promoting careers in STEM fields for women across different phases of life i.e., young girls entering school and colleges to women wanting to return to the corporate world after a career break.
Director and Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, BNY Mellon India
In her role, Leandra provides broad-based support and thought leadership on regional as well as global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy and execution. She works closely with the HR teams and serves as the DEI liaison with Management teams across all business units to ensure that diversity agendas are successfully implemented and in line with businesses objectives. She is also responsible for measuring and monitoring workforce representation, developing new programs and practices that effectively increase diversity, and providing support to various groups within the organization to sensitize and to enhance employee understanding on inclusions issues.
Leandra has been with the company since 2007, and her previous responsibilities also included leading the CSR and Philanthropic agenda for BNY Mellon India Operations.
Head of Group Technology Service Management, India
Rajesh Thiruvottkandy (TK)
TK is also the APAC Co-Chair for REACH, a colleague Network in Barclays focused on the Agenda of Disability and Mental Health