Member Since: 31st Jul 2019
Gethin is an award-winning psychologist who has been helping some of the world’s largest organisations to improve their employee experience and wellbeing for more than two decades.
As a frequent writer and speaker on employee experience and employee wellbeing, Gethin has been featured in Forbes, The Guardian, The Huffington Post and The Financial Times as well as all major HR, Reward and Pensions publications. Gethin has been names as one of the world’s top Global Employee Experience Influencers in 2021 and 2022, an IW Inspiring Leader 2021 and a finalist for UK Mental Health Campaigner of the Year 2023. Gethin is also a regular keynote speaker, Ex-Chair of the UK Government-backed Engage for Success Wellbeing Thought Action Group, a Wellbeing Advisor to Investors In People, a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Committee on the Future of Employability and a Fellow at the RSA.
In 2018, Gethin published his first book - the award-winning HR bestseller ‘A World of Good: Lessons From Around the World in Improving the Employee Experience’, which has gone on to inspire HR and Reward teams at some of the world’s best known brands. In 2022, Gethin co-authored his second book ‘Das Menschliche Büro - The Human(e) Office’ a collaboration between leading academics and workplace professionals from across Europe.
In 2022, Gethin published his third book, 'A Work In Progress: Unlocking Wellbeing to Create More Sustainable and Resilient Organisations' which reached the top of the UK bestseller list on its day of release. As part of the books global launch, Gethin went on a tour of the UK and Ireland with Ruby Wax OBE to highlight the importance of supporting mental health in the workplace.
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1st Jun 2023
Pride 2023: Why we should engage but never assume
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17th Mar 2023
Why a return-to-office mandate will not fix productivity and collaboration woes
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8th Feb 2023
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4th Jan 2023
If you don’t support financial wellbeing in 2023, you’re not supporting employee wellbeing at all
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5th Dec 2022
2022 in review: HR reflections on a turbulent twelve months
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13th Oct 2022
Book excerpt: 'A work in progress' by Gethin Nadin
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2nd Sep 2022
Quiet quitting: More employees should do it and fewer businesses should care
The term ‘quiet quitting’ was originally coined last year by TikTok career coach Bryan Creely, who by his own admission came up with it...Employees
14th Apr 2022
Employee experience and the rise of compassionate capitalism
I recently finished the book There are places in the world where rules are less important than kindness by Italian theoretical physicist,...Employees
24th Jan 2022
Financial wellbeing in 2022: Employers must step up to support the huge cost of living
In 2019 I wrote for HRZone about the growing importance of financial wellbeing to the employee experience. A stagnant savings habit and...Employees