Special Guest: Arjan Toor, CEO, Cigna Healthcare
Cigna Healthcare, a global health service company, is calling for CEOs and business leaders to make a public commitment to allocate five percent of their annual working hours to changing organisational cultures while addressing the issue of staff well-being in an ‘action-oriented manner’. The initiative aims to support and inspire leaders to place more focus on the mental health of their employees in order to break the stigma of mental health in the workplace and help staff feel safe and supported. Cigna Healthcare is motivating business leaders globally to take the 5% Pledge so we can create a community of like-minded leaders to work together to drive positive change.
Arjan is responsible for the overall management, growth and profitability of Cigna’s operations in the UK and all markets across Continental Europe. Arjan leads this combined structure, which spans International Organisations (IGO’s and NGO’s) and governments, European employers and globally mobile individuals. As part of these responsibilities, he maintains close relationships with intergovernmental organisations such as UNICEF and the World Health Organisation and non-governmental organisations such as the Red Cross and Save the Children International.
Arjan is a champion of employee mental health and is committed to ensuring the workplace culture at Cigna is one where it’s ok for employees not to be ok, and where they can talk openly about how they’re feeling.
Join us as we discuss mental health and why it’s crucial that employers build a supportive workplace, one where it’s sometimes ok not to be ok.
Host: Andy Goram