5 April at 10:00am CET

Supporting mental wellbeing in the hybrid world of work: Lessons from Discovery

For a better world of work webinar 

How do organisations create diverse and focused offerings that support the mental health of their employees? 

That is exactly what Discovery will be discussing in this upcoming webinar. Not only do they support their employees with  an environment that cultivates sustainable and wholistic wellbeing, and, through the Vitality and Healthy Company products they also actively encourage and reward employees for prioritising their mental wellbeing.  

Join Jabulile Nosi, Head of Employee Wellbeing at Discovery, Zonke Mashile, Business Executive at Discovery and Ammara Naeem, Head of Client Success at Top Employers Institute to find out how Discovery uses personalisation, data-centricity and Leadership storytelling to unlock a meaningful wellbeing strategy.  

Join this webinar to learn: 

  • The power of a personalised, data-driven and storytelling strategy for mental wellbeing of employees.  
  • The variety of tools Discovery uses to support employee's mental wellbeing, including a wellness calendar, webinar, Power Hours, participation in corporate wellness weeks and more.
  • Insights on how programmes such as Vitality and Healthy Company aid in empowering employees to be accountable for their wellbeing progress 


The webinar will take place on 5 April at 10am (CET). You will have the opportunity to ask the speakers question directly – so come ready with any questions you might have!  You can also use the form on the side when registering to insert a question you may have.   

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    Jabulile Nosi

    Head of Employee Wellbeing at Discovery

    Jabulile is the Head of Employee Wellbeing at Discovery and Founder Hadithi Wethu, a reading mentorship programme. She holds a Masters Degree in Economic Development at the University of Cape town. She has also co-facilitated two Executive Education Programmes on ‘Creating Shared Value’ and 'Business-Government Relations' at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS). Through Hadithi Wethu, Jabulile has created a platform that gives teenagers access to black written literature. She has been named by McKinsey as a Next Generation Women Leader for 2017.

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    Zonke Mashile

    Business Executive

    Zonke has 17 years’ experience in leading companies within the South African Financial Services sector. She has extensive Private Health Insurance exposure with a strong focus on employee wellbeing strategies, financial management, finance strategy, financial reporting, and operations management. Hold a BCom Accounting degree from the University of the Witwatersrand), Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (Cum-Laude) and a Master of Business Administration, MBA, from the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS).

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    Ammara Naeem

    Head of Client Success, Top Employers Institute

    An MBA with a life-long passion for HR, Ammara has over 10 years of experience in multiple facets of HR strategy and implementation. Currently, as the Head of Client Success, she enjoys ensuring Top Employers derive maximum value from their certification.