Maggi Rose is the Senior Facilitator and Project Lead for Mental Health at Work’s learning and development programmes. She has an extensive clinical and academic background in the field of mental health and brings hands-on experience of the specific drivers and challenges to improving mental health awareness in the workplace across a wide range of organisations, industries and sectors.
Maggi’s personal mission is to bring positive change to all workplaces by helping de-mystify mental health, bringing clarity and confidence in the language used and making a difference to individuals and their wider community through reducing stigma.
Known for her unique facilitation style, Maggi maintains a fine balance between challenging and supporting delegates to bring about an enjoyable, engaging training experience that brings immediate and tangible benefits. Always going the extra mile to ensure the training is fit for purpose, Maggi is grounded, practical and realistic about organisational and culture change.
A key part of MHAW since inception, Maggi has been instrumental in developing and moulding specific relevant and highly relevant workshops.
Sara has been a MHAW associate since 2017, and has worked with legal, construction, reinsurance and debt collection clients.
Sara is passionate about de-stigmatising and eliminating discrimination around mental health and well-being, through increasing knowledge around mental health and building sustained transformational behavioural change through resilience coaching.
She has over 25 years’ experience across a broad range of industries including legal, financial services, media, management consultancy, and accountancy. She holds numerous qualifications including a Coaching Diploma from the London School of Coaching, Mental Health First Aider, ASIST Suicide Prevention, Mindfulness and Sustaining Reliance at Work (StRaW) Practitioner. In addition, she is a Dementia Champion and an ask me Ambassador (communities against domestic violence and abuse).
Hazel has a passion for helping workplaces remove the stigma around mental health. With over 20 years’ experience in facilitating training workshops and events, her training style is energetic and creative, bringing to life difficult subjects with good humour and enthusiasm.
Hazel holds a Diploma in Education and Training and is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development. As a Mental Health First Aid trainer, in 2015 Hazel was recognised by Mental Health First Aid England with an award for Improving Mental Health Literacy and again in 2017 for her creativity in delivering training.
She has been delivering Mental Health training since 2009, and has been an Affiliate for Mental Health at Work since December 2016.