Keynote Speaker & Presentations
“Let’s get real about mental health at work”
Champs’ Managing Director & Founder, Ruth Cooper-Dickson, has spoken at organisations across the world, from delivering the mental health keynote for ING Bank’s ‘global Diversity & Inclusion week’, to Expedia’s ‘global wellness month’ in California. As a patron for UK charity No Panic, she has been invited to speak in many organisations including the insurance market and legal sector, and networking organisations such as ‘We are the City’. Ruth has also been invited to speak at the House of Lords, Condé Nast, and a large energy company contractor event demonstrating how engaging her message is for diverse audiences.
Since 2015 she has spoken to numerous organisations to help them create a thriving culture of positive wellbeing at work.
What People Are Saying
“Ruth's sessions on mental "wealth" and anxiety were not only engaging, they were interactive and even fun. Mental illness is not something that is easy for people to talk, let alone laugh about, but Ruth's openness to talk about her own struggles and relate to her audience made it so much easier for people to open up. Her sessions received the highest praise out of all of the speakers I booked.”
“No Panic is truly honoured to have Ruth Cooper-Dickson as a patron and spokesperson for the charity. She has shown so much support for the cause and her honesty and openness about her personal journey with mental health makes her genuinely relatable to our many service users. We are thrilled to have her onboard with the charity and excited for what the future holds.”
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Ruth Cooper-Dickson is a Positive Psychology Practitioner, coach and Managing Director of Champs: a global wellbeing consultancy for forward-thinking businesses ready to demystify mental health at work.
She and her team partner with brands like Expedia, Llloyd’s and BCLP to develop creative strategies that keep their people happy, engaged and performing at their highest potential — without the boring lunch and learns, snooze-inducing workshops, or awkward roleplays.
Ruth believes that championing wellness at work requires more than mid-morning yoga or fruit baskets in the breakroom on Fridays, and she’s on a mission to ensure that leaders and their organizations have the skills, insight and support they need to make a meaningful dent in workplace mental health.
When she’s not busy changing the world, you’ll find Ruth out for a run, mucking about with her family, and maybe partaking in the occasional Netflix binge — because it’s all about balance!