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Post-Conference Workshop

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Now is the time to introduce, enhance, and innovate your organization’s approach to workplace mental health. From the front-lines and the bargaining table, right to the CEO and board of directors; organizations are hearing from every direction that workplace mental health is a top priority. To enhance the priority of workplace mental health for Canadian organizations, the Conference Board of Canada research shows that improved treatment of depression and anxiety are costs too large to ignore. This workshop will empower you to implement, improve, and challenge mental health initiatives within your organization.

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New This Year! The Conference Board of Canada regularly convenes workplace health professionals through our Council on Workplace Health and Wellness and the Health and Safety Leadership Centre. Drawing on this expertise, participants will be encouraged to openly discuss challenges and how to move forward, share successes and how they can be translated in other organizations, and identify opportunities to innovate and take action.



Discussions will include:

  • Adapting to the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.
  • Building coaching and leadership tools to positively support a mentally healthy workplace.
  • How to move forward workplace mental health into everyday operations.
Lyne Wilson

About the Facilitator:

This workshop is led by Dr. Bill Howatt , Chief of Research, Workforce Productivity
for The Conference Board of Canada. He has over 25 years’ experience in strategic HR,
mental health and addictions, and leadership.

Who should attend:

  • Employee Benefits professionals
  • Employee and Labour Relations
  • Disability Management
  • Health and Safety
  • People Leaders
  • Talent Management
  • Wellness

About the workshop series: Since 2014 we have partnered with the Mental Health Commission of Canada to host workplace mental health workshops across the country. In this time, we have delivered 26 workshops to over 800 participants with an average satisfaction score of 4.4/5.