Oliver Turnbull Walks the Talk

Episode 2 – Lessons from Leaders with Oliver Turnbull

In the next in our new series of Walk The Talk – Lessons from Leaders, we talk with Oliver Turnbull.

As always, we encourage you to listen while you walk and we do the talking!

Oliver works for Arthur D Little – the world’s first and therefore the oldest management consulting firm. And alongside Oliver’s main role of Principal – Digital Problem Solving, he is the Global Head of Wellbeing and a Mental Health First Aider for the organisation.

In this conversation we discuss the 18 month journey to training a cohort of 15 individuals from 7 different ADL countries as Mental Health First Aiders.

Oliver shares the benefits the organisation has seen as a result of this community – which is not only supporting the global ADL population but also supporting each other through their monthly meets where they share the (anonymous) conversations they’ve had and they look to support, learn and develop from each other’s experiences.

Listen/watch to our conversation with Oliver here:

Oliver generously shares his own experience of anxiety and how he’s helped to normalise the conversation within his organisation, in turn breaking down the stigma. He talks about the cultural differences that exist around mental health across the world and the journey that senior leadership has gone on to embrace and understand the importance of having this mental health support in place to help their colleagues.

This conversation is packed full of interesting feedback, thoughts and perspectives from Oliver, so listen and let us know what you think!

You can also read our case study about the work we’ve done with Arthur D. Little here.

We hope you feel as inspired by this conversation and if you’d like to feature on the Lessons from Leaders series of our Walk The Talk, drop us a line via be_well@point3wellbeing.com.

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