Covid-19 has radically changed the workplace, but the issues that affect employees and their wellbeing remain the same. In this timely webinar, Lindsay Kohler, Lead Behavioral Scientist at scarlettabbott, and Jo Hooper, Mental Health at Work expert, will explore the behavioral and psychological issues people face not only during the current coronavirus crisis, but throughout the entire employee experience lifecycle.


  • Understand the key issues facing your employees and the key indicators to look out for
  • Discover how your employees react psychologically and respond behaviourally to crisis environments
  • Practical examples of how you can apply lessons from behavioral science so employees feel connected and empowered to reach out if they need to
  • Opportunity to receive a dedicated employee mental health action plan.


Dave O’Connell, Growth Marketing Manager, Poppulo


Lindsay Kohler, Lead Behavioural Scientist, scarlettabbott

Jo Hooper, Mental Health at Work Expert, Founder Mad & Sad Club, and former Head of Corporate Communications at Which?


  • Lindsay Kohler
    Lindsay Kohler

    Lindsay is the lead behavioral scientist at scarlettabbott. With over 10 years of communication consultancy experience, as well as holding an MSc in Behavioural Science from The London School of Economics, Lindsay bridges the gap between theory and action by specializing in the art of motivation. Lindsay is a frequent speaker at industry events, while her thought leadership appears in a wide variety of industry publications, including HRDirector, Workforce, and Human Resources Executive.

  • Jo Hooper
    Jo Hooper

    After two years, two breakdowns, three therapists and countless pills, podcasts and walks, Jo became a bit of an expert on mental health at work.  She set up Mad and Sad Club in 2019 to use her comms background and lived experience of managing mental health issues to support people to manage their mental health at work and not just survive, but thrive. She also works one-to-one with people who are trying to manage their own mental health at work – whether employed or self-employed.