There for each other: a role for everyone in workplace mental health

The Conference Board of Canada, November 14, 2019
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The Conference Board of Canada and CivicAction present a 60 minute recorded webinar where you’ll hear how workplace attitudes and behaviour can contribute to a positive workplace culture and how it can help to improve each other’s mental well-being. Hear how a positive workplace culture can be a first step for a co-worker to get the help they need.

Webinar Highlights

Our speakers from Gowling WLG and Accenture share tangible ways they are empowering and equipping their staff to support each other through training, story-telling, and personal commitment statements.

Want to learn more about actions you can take to help make #MindsMatter in your organization? Take CivicAction’s free 3-minute MindsMatter Assessment.

About Jennifer

Photo of Jennifer JacksonJennifer Jackson is a Managing Director in Accenture’s Products Technology Practice. She is the Mental Health ERG executive sponsor for Accenture Canada and is passionate about allowing employees to bring their authentic selves to the workplace each day. Jennifer is based out of the Toronto office and has 20+ years of experience in business transformation projects. Jennifer has been the technology lead on a major retail grocery account for 10+ years and has pivoted her team to an aggressive journey of automation. Jennifer has deep architecture, release management and project delivery skills. She has had leadership roles in multiple SAP implementations and is actively involved in many of Accenture’s strategic retail and consumer goods clients as an executive advisor.

About Michael

Photo of Michael HermanMichael Herman is general counsel and a partner in Gowling WLG's Toronto office and past co-leader of the firm's Corporate Finance, M&A and Private Equity Group.

About Linda

Photo of Linda WeichelLinda Weichel is VP, Initiatives at CivicAction. She draws on her business and communications leadership and passion for city-building as she drives action across sectors to improve the Toronto region’s economic, social, and environmental prosperity. Linda is leading CivicAction’s MindsMatter/SoutienBienÊtre program that has seen 1200 organizations take the MindsMatter assessment and that now have the actions they need to benefit the mental health of as many as 2.5 million employees.

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