The PA Club has joined forces with wellbeing pioneers, Mycelium Group, to bring you:

Wellbeing at Work
a one-day conference of workshops and small group discussions to enable your own personal resilience and to give you the tools to implement wellbeing at work

Over the course of the day, MYCELIUM senior leaders will deliver three workshops:
1. Building personal resilience: aimed at you, the PA/EA, and based on the latest research in psychology this toolkit of practical take-away techniques will help you to manage your thoughts and emotions, reduce stress, mitigate burnout and improve personal resilience.
2. Maintaining boundaries and work-life balance: Pro-active work-life balance and healthy working is a learnt skill. These techniques help develop and sustain boundaries and performance, providing agency, motivation and rationale for work-life balance.
3. Becoming a Changemaker: a session on productive organisational energy and its importance for the company as a whole. Presenting the business case for improving workplace wellbeing and organisational culture, how this can be communicated to leaders and a roadmap of actionable strategies.

All three sessions will be 90 minutes long, co-facilitated by MYCELIUM senior leaders, with layered interactivity, small group discussion, Q&A, and anonymous polling. You’ll leave with a clear set of tools, techniques and actions, linking directly to personal resilience, work-life balance and to becoming a change-maker within your organisation.

Wellbeing at Work
Monday 2nd October 2023
09:00 – 17:00
The Bloomsbury Hotel, Great Russell St., London WC1B 3NN

Tickets: £100
Prestige members: £75
20% discount when 5 or more members of the same company attend, all tickets to be purchased at the same time.
Ticket price includes lunch and refreshments
Enquiries and to register to Charmian

MYCELIUM are future-of-wellbeing pioneers, transforming approaches to burnout, resilience and workplace culture within organisations. Through award-winning programmes and innovative, industry-leading consulting, they deliver scalable impact, guided by the latest scientific approaches in conjunction with their own lived experiences of overcoming mental health challenges.

Michael Matania is the Founder of Mycelium. He is a survivor of PTSD, addiction and psychosis, and has dedicated his life to sharing what he had discovered through his recovery with others.
Bilal Nasim is a Senior Trainer with MYCELIUM. He has 13 years of experience as an academic and lecturer, at Imperial College London and UCL Social Research Institute, specialising in the determinants of mental health and wellbeing.

This stylish hotel is housed in a historic and beautifully restored Lutyens’ 1930s’ building. Here guests are spoiled for choice with the quintessentially English Dalloway Terrace, celebrated for its delicious Afternoon Tea; The Coral Room, a Brudnizki-designed ‘Grand Salon Bar’ and, the intimate Bloomsbury Club Bar, where finely crafted cocktails celebrate the colourful lives of the 1930s’ Bloomsbury Set. Elegant guestrooms and sophisticated luxury suites feature contemporary décor charmingly blended with period architectural detail.  Located in London’s literary heartland, it is minutes from Covent Garden, Soho, Theatreland and Oxford Street.

The PA Club Conference will be held in the gorgeously decorated George V ballroom, the largest of a number of beautiful meetings spaces.

The Bloomsbury is owned and managed by The Doyle Collection, an Irish family-owned luxury hotel group with hotels in Dublin, London, Washington DC, Cork and Bristol.