26: On Aon’s Approach to Wellbeing With Anthony Scattone and Kelli Clark


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The past two years have been a challenge for everyone, not just physically, but also mentally. Many people’s lives look a lot different than they did two years ago, increasing the need for mental health support and assistance. To highlight some of the programs and benefits that Aon has implemented to promote colleagues’ mental health and wellbeing, this week’s host, Diversity Solutions Senior Leader of Global Spend Management Shelly Brown welcomes Chief Culture Officer Kelli Clark and Deputy Chief People Officer Anthony Scattone. Together, they discuss best practices for supporting colleagues in a virtual environment and some of the benefits of Aon’s multi-dimensional wellbeing programs.

  • [2:01] How Anthony and Kelli are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, two years in.
  • [5:32] Evolving team management in a virtual workplace.
  • [8:09] The role of flexibility and personal connections in supporting your team.
  • [12:55] Aon’s multi-dimensional wellbeing programs.
  • [14:48] Global holidays, physical wellbeing benefits and Mental Health first aid.
  • [17:45] Highlights of Aon’s financial wellbeing program.
  • [19:16] Aon’s Global United in Kindness Challenge.

Additional Resources:

2021 Global Wellbeing Survey

Ep 6: On Aon’s 2021 Global Wellbeing Survey with Stephanie Pronk

The Rising Resilient

The One Brief: The Pandemic Has Left Us All Burned-Out — Here’s How Employers Can Help

The One Brief: Why Workforce Wellbeing is Vital to Company Performance

Aon’s website


“Pandemic or not, a priority is driving and establishing connections across the team.” — Kelli Clark

“Real people connections… are an overall contribution to our sense of wellbeing.” — Anthony Scattone

“To a greater and greater extent, we recognize the importance of the emotional and mental health aspect of employee wellbeing.” — Anthony Scattone