Sarah Bostock & Stephanie Fitzgerald
How to improve Health and wellbeing in your project teams
Runtime 🕑 45 mins
Global Head of People and Professionalism in the Programme Management function at Rolls-Royce Plc.
Sarah draws upon 14 years’ experience in leading and implementing global functional transformation projects that have been designed to deliver step changes in people capability.
Her most recent noticeable achievement was the launch of the Rolls-Royce Programme Management Academy which is now seen as a global company asset. The Academy aims to upskill and reskill employees in P3M skillsets across the company to meet the needs of one of the company’s strategic objectives.
Sarah is highly motivated, results driven and is passionate about enabling people to be at their best. She brings a progressive mindset towards promoting the importance and understanding of neurodiversity in project teams and how this impacts on healthy high performance. Creating a healthy high-performance culture is essential in order for practitioners to thrive and yield greater productivity in their roles. Sarah provides support to practitioners who want to move their personal and professional performance to the next level.
Senior Business Partner - Mental Health, Rolls-Royce
Dr Stephanie Fitzgerald is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, keynote speaker and published author. Stephanie's clinical specialisms are anxiety disorders and trauma, and she has worked as a Health and Wellbeing Consultant to many companies across multiple industries.
Stephanie is the Senior Business Partner - Mental Health at Rolls-Royce where she is delivering the Global Mental Health strategy, working with a vibrant and diverse workforce, in a safety critical environment.
Stephanie believes health issues are safety issues and will often talk of health as safety not health and safety. Stephanie specialises in delivering practical, evidence-based interventions, focusing on sustainable improvement. Stephanie is passionate about ensuring people are happy, healthy, safe and engaged in the workplace, and believes everyone can and should enjoy work.