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Leadership—Well-Being—Safety: Working together to enhance psychological safety

The Conference Board of Canada, September 5, 2019
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This 60 minute webinar will feature workplace health professionals with expertise on leadership, well-being, and safety; and how they interact to enhance psychological safety.

In addition to sharing their expertise, this webinar will feature two organizations (Fraser Health and The City of Calgary) who have developed roadmaps and action plans to lead a mentally healthy workplace. You will learn tangible ways to operationalize workplace mental health and will have the opportunity to engage with the presenters to help make your workplace better.


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Webinar Highlights

In this session, we explore Fraser Health’s integrative governance and approach to mobilizing all organizational levels in improving psychological health and safety, including a high engagement “system in the room” design to exchange ideas, develop creative solutions and identify key recommendations to achieve collective impact in improving workforce well-being.

The second case study presented will be from The City of Calgary who recognized the need to develop a holistic and integrated strategy that demonstrated a shared accountability of the organization, leaders, and employees to protect and promote both physical and psychological safety.

During the webinar they will discuss the evolution and making of this strategy, findings from a 2-year review of there organization’s “health system”, the actions they’ve taken or planned to support an integrated safety culture, and the lessons they continue to learn in bringing together Safety and Human Resources under a single Organizational Health, Safety, and Wellness service line and Healthy Workplace Strategy.

About Thomas

With over 14 years in the health care field as a psychotherapist, senior leader, coach and consultant, Thomas Clyne-Salley brings a deep experience in strengthening workplace culture across complex and varied health organizations.

Having joined Fraser Health in 2014, Thomas leads the design and implementation of strategic people and culture development initiatives across Fraser Health in support of 26,000 employees, 2,900 physicians and more than 6,000 volunteers.

About Gillian

Gillian Gibbs-Gray is an HR Leader at The City of Calgary with a focus on workplace health and wellness. She is currently the Project Leader for a comprehensive review of The City’s internal health system which includes an evidence-based approach to implementing strategic, customer-focused solutions that align with the organization’s objectives and optimize employee experience. Gillian holds a MSc degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University and her areas of expertise include: disability management; accommodation and return to work; workforce analytics; ergonomics; and workplace health, wellness and productivity. She is passionate and excited about the evolving changes to workplace psychological safety and integrating them with The City’s healthy workplace system.

About Mark

Mark Jeckway is the Manager of Occupational Health and Safety for the City of Calgary. His career includes working in the private sector, federal, provincial, and municipal government, managing teams in both Operations and Human Resources. Mark holds a degree in Social Work from UVIC, a certificate in Adult Learning, and Sig Sigma Green Belt certification. Mark’s focus for his team is to bring a strategic, customer centric approach to service delivery, while ensuring tactical delivery at the operational level.

About the City of Calgary

In 2013, the City of Calgary started adapting and integrating the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (“The Standard”), incorporating “factors for a healthy workplace” into policy and our annual employee survey. We added a 14th “inclusion” factor to represent significant work being done in this area across the organization. In 2018, building on emerging best practices in organizational mental health, The City recognized the need to develop a holistic and integrated strategy that demonstrated a shared accountability of the organization, leaders, and employees to protect and promote both physical and psychological safety. We will discuss the evolution and making of this strategy, findings from a 2-year review of our organization’s “health system”, the actions we have taken or planned to support an integrated safety culture, and the lessons we continue to learn in bringing together Safety and Human Resources under a single Organizational Health, Safety, and Wellness service line and Healthy Workplace Strategy.

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