Simon Scott-Nelson is Co-founder of Wellity Global, the workplace wellbeing training consultancy which is now in 70 countries and has trained over 1000,000 employees worldwide. He has also co-founded The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Awards and The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Conference.
As an international keynote speaker, Simon has presented at global conferences delivering powerful sessions which demonstrate the business and leadership case for developing healthy working cultures and evoking change. Specific areas of expertise lie within high-performing executive teams and the transformation of perspectives and behaviours.
A global wellbeing consultant, speaker, facilitator, and panel host, Simon has also interviewed numerous celebrities including Jonny Wilkinson, Deborah Meaden and Wynne Evans on the subject of wellbeing, and has chaired multiple wellbeing events and campaigns for some of the largest global companies.
Simon is a member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management and is also the Chair of the National Institute of Sales Professionals, Mental Health and Wellbeing Committee.
Throughout his career, Simon has worked with executives, leaders, and HR professionals across multiple industries and sectors spanning numerous geographical regions, conducting strategy gap analysis and training recommendations, and has been interviewed across various channels, including national press and television, to discuss industry specific challenges and resolutions around the global workplace wellbeing space.
Legal + General - (Winners of Best Physical Wellbeing Initiative)
Thursday 14th September 2023, 10:00 - 10:45 BST
E.ON - (Winners of Lifetime Commitment to Wellbeing)
Thursday 14th September 2023, 11:00 - 11:45 BST
Asquared - (Winners of Most Inspiring HR Leader of the Year)
Thursday 14th September 2023, 1300 - 13:45 BST
Wincanton - (Winners of Breaking the Silence Award)
Thursday 14th September 2023, 1400 - 14:45 BST
Previous Judges at The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Awards
Speakers at the Great British Workplace Wellbeing Conference