Event Professionals Journal
Wellbeing Research Results 2020
We have carried out our own research into the wellbeing of Event Professionals. The results were very interesting and very insightful, you can see the full report by clicking the button below.
Previous Speaking Topics
Hosted by us: Webinar with Paralympian Aaron Phipps - Get Hyped!
Hosted by us: Interactive wellbeing Q&A with guided journaling, with EventWell.
IBTM World 2019 - Launch of the Event Professionals Journal
BNC, The Brewery, London. Burnout - How to avoid it?
EventWell Webinar: Self Care and Self Isolation in Events - see great write up here.
Church House Webinar: COVID-19 & Wellbeing
Oddity Events Webinar: Keeping the faith: Life after lockdown for furloughed & unemployed event profs
Article written by MPI
"This journal is for any individual in the industry who wants to look after themselves, or managers who want to gift it to their staff"
View the full article here!
In February 2020, the wonderful Martin Fullard of Conference News popped over to do an interview on the Event Professionals Journal.
To view the article, you will need to visit our desktop site.
EVCOM Mental Health Feature
"Research was thoroughly carried out into the wellbeing of our industry in order to develop the exercises within the journal. The questions chosen are ones that directly tackle the problems event professionals face. For example, the Event Professionals Journal helps to significantly improve our work life balance, which only 4% of us feel we have.
My goal is very simple, I want to improve the wellbeing of my peers. It is for any individual in the industry who wants to look after themselves, or managers who want to gift it to their staff, which I am pleased to say has been very popular. I have been overwhelmed by the response that the journal has had within our industry, and the difference it is making."
View the full article click here.
Partnering with EventWell
Event Professionals Journal and EventWell have partnered up to concur wellbeing together within our industry!
We are both passionate about the same thing, improving the wellbeing within the event industry, so the collaboration made perfect sense!
EventWell is the event industry’s only charitable social enterprise and dedicated resource for mental health and wellbeing advice, knowledge and support.
Visit their website here.