Robertson Cooper: A brief introduction

Founded in 1999 by University of Manchester Professors Sir Cary Cooper and Ivan Robertson, the team use their occupational psychology experience to create more ‘good days at work’ for employees within global companies such as Network Rail, Mace and United Learning.

The concept of creating a ‘Good Day At Work’ expanded into an annual conference in 2013, where influential figures share insights to help guests improve their own organisational wellbeing.

What is the Good Day at Work Conversation?

The Good Day at Work Conversation is a truly extraordinary event designed to challenge, inspire and create dialogue around breakthrough health & wellbeing ideas, thinking and innovations.

On the day, delegates are immersed in an environment designed to provoke their approach to wellbeing, enhance the capability within their organisation, and change mindsets, ultimately equipping them to deliver performance-based wellbeing initiatives.

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Attendee Profile


The Good Day at Work Conversation attracts attendees from across the UK.

We expect 200 delegates to register for the event

These delegates are comprised of senior, C-level HR practitioners, Health & Safety professionals and business owners, with the most popular job titles being:

HR Director
Head of Health & Safety
Chief Medical Officer
Head of Wellbeing
CEO

Previous sponsors

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This year, we take on the topic of


Personalising mental health & wellbeing

Work is becoming more personalised every year – flexible working, smart offices where you can set light and temperature in meeting rooms in advance… and wellbeing is no different.

As an employer, you’re faced with the challenge of maximising the opportunities that technology offers for your employees’ health, wellbeing and performance, whilst managing the risks. This year’s GDAW Conversation is focused on helping you achieve the right balance.

This year, the Good Day at Work Conversation 2019 will answer some of the fundamental questions still up for debate around wellbeing at work, specifically how wellbeing can be made personal to all employees; whether that’s the personalisation of experience, environment or the way we work.

2019 Keynote Speakers


More to be announced

Sponsorship Opportunities

Whilst the packages below illustrate the levels available, we can offer bespoke packages to meet your specific requirements, please contact us for more info.

Limited packages available
Brand Sponsor
  • Branding associated with all Convo comms and visibility on the day
  • Exhibitor stand / delegate giveaways
  • Inclusion in our GDAW monthly newsletter
  • Up to 2 tickets for clients / contacts (value of £600)

£5,000 - £10,000

Limited packages available
CONTENT SPONSOR
  • Association with thought leadership piece (e.g. article, foreword from Cary). This can be pre or post the event.
  • Dissemination of above thought leadership piece via Robertson Cooper online channels
  • Inclusion in up to 3 GDAW Monthly Newsletters (before or after the event)
  • Up to 3 tickets for clients / contacts (value of £900)

£15,000

Limited packages available
HEADLINE SPONSOR
  • Increased branding and visibility (above other sponsors)
  • Increased branding and visibility (above other sponsors)
  • Included in pre event press release
  • Invitation to sit on the expert panel discussion (or another opportunity to showcase a case study example at the event)
  • Video / interview with Sir Prof Cary Cooper for your marketing purposes
  • Inclusion in up to 6 GDAW Monthly newsletters (before or after event)
  • Up to 5 tickets for clients / contacts (value of £1500)

£25,000

To discuss sponsoring the Good Day at Work Conversation 2019


Please fill out the form and Vikkie Buxton-Cope will contact you to arrange a call back.

Alternatively you can contact her in the office on 0161 232 4910 or at vikkie.buxton-cope@robertsoncooper.com