Paul Litchfield

Chair, What Works Centre for Wellbeing, United Kingdom

Paul Litchfield is chair of the UK's What Works Centre for Wellbeing which is dedicated to understanding what can be done to improve wellbeing across society. He has practiced occupational medicine for 40 years in both the public and private sectors, and from 2001 until 2018 he was chief medical officer for BT Group, with global responsibility for health, safety, and wellbeing. He has led multiple initiatives in the UK and overseas to promote good health in the workplace, and he was an inaugural member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council. In 2007 Paul was awarded the OBE for services to occupational health, and in 2018 he was created a CBE for services to workplace wellbeing.


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