Mansoor Anwar | Senior Director - Employee Happiness Human Capital & Administration

Mansoor Anwar, Senior Director - Employee Happiness Human Capital & Administration, du

Dr. Mansoor Anwar Habib a Family Medicine & Occupational Health Consultant was head haunted by du in 2009. Since then he has established two in-house staff clinics and a wellness department. Today, he is the Senior Director of Employee Wellness and Happiness at du. 
His responsibilities at du include both clinical and administrative tasks. From treating patients in the clinic, and tackling the day-to-day occupational related health complaints, to managing chronic diseases and implementing prevention strategies. He is also the Chairman of the Medical and Life Insurance scheme at du. In 2013, Dr. Mansoor was responsible for restructuring the entire wellness department and launching a dedicated executive wellness program that set wellness KPIs for the company executives, and was recognized with the ‘Idea Arabia’ award by the Dubai Quality Group. In 2016, the national agenda for happiness and positivity was assigned to his department.
Dr. Mansoor’s career is dotted with a slew of achievements; he has been elected to several prestigious honorary posts. Since 2012, he has been the Regional Chair of the International Association of Worksite Health Promotion, and the Chair of the Workplace Wellness Taskforce Group – a Dubai Chambers sustainability initiative. He was elected as the Vice President of the Family Medicine Society at the Emirates Medical Association in 2014. Most recently, Dr. Mansoor became the Program Director for Public Health & Safety of the Dubai Health Authority Strategy for Dubai Vision 2021.  
In 2016, Dr Mansoor was successfully selected among more then 400 applicants to join the UAE government executive leadership program under the umbrella of the Prime Minister office.
Prior to joining du, Dr. Mansoor was the Head of Community Programme Section in the Primary Health Care Sector at the Dubai Health Authority. 
Dr. Mansoor graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2001. He achieved Arab Board Doctorate in Family Medicine in 2007, Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2008 & Masters in Occupational Health from University of Birmingham in 2009. He writes regularly about wellness related articles in various newspapers and magazines around the country.


Work 2.0 Conference Day 1 @ 16:00

Considering wellness: securing overwhelming buy-in and captivating middle management

  • Promoting a cross-organisational approach to wellness in the work place
  • Embracing corporate responsibility to promoting wellness at work
  • Securing maximum buy-in from the top down
  • Attracting middle managers: productivity focus, leading by example, offering ownership
  • Positioning wellness as an infrastructure for happiness at work

Work 2.0 Conference Day 2 @ 09:30

Keynote panel: Corporate happiness: views and reviews from the experts

  • Exploring the benefits of workplace: happier workforces, productive teams and healthier business
  • Sustaining happiness and wellness through interactive programmes
  • Reviewing strategies and assessing the outcomes
  • Adopting agile processes towards happiness, wellness and culture
  • Uniting workplace communities through structured happiness programmes
  • Creating working environments where employees freely express themselves bringing high levels of creativity and energy
  • Aligning workforce happiness with the UAE's 'Year of Giving' and the global One Million Acts of Kindness missions

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