Creating a better workplace for your employees—one that is agile in the face of change, that actively engages diverse perspectives, and that prioritizes physical safety and psychological wellbeing—is no easy task.

The COVID-19 global pandemic has ignited change, uncertainty, and opportunities in unprecedented ways.

As you think about the future of work, how is your organization activating a better workplace?

The Better Workplace Conference 2020 will bring together thought leadership, case studies, and engaging discussions to address unique challenges and opportunities that are emerging for Canadian organizations.

Join us for a week-long virtual journey centred around connecting you with industry experts and leaders from across the country and sharing practical information that can be directly translated to your workplace.

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Ron Tite

Purpose-Driven Leadership and Marketing Expert
Founder of Church+State content marketing agency

Stéphane Grenier

Founder and Lead Innovator
Mental Health Innovations

Bill Howatt

Chief of Research
Workforce Productivity
The Conference Board of Canada


The Better Workplace Conference 2020 is all about shaking things up. We want to break away from the status quo, open minds, and forge new relationships. To do this, we enlisted a select group of Council on Workplace Health and Wellness members to become our BWC 2020 ambassadors and help support the development of this agenda.

Our agenda is undergoing fine-tuning but will be posted soon.

Previous Conference Highlights

Better Workplace Conferences have been happening since 2014. Here are some highlights from past Better Workplace Conferences:

  • 224 past attendees
  • 4.7/5.0 overall satisfaction

Attendees by job function:

Attendees by Job Function Services Public admin. Financial services Communications & utlities Unknown Manufacturing Retail trade Construction

Attendees by job title:

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Some of our noteworthy speakers from our previous conference

Doug Keeley

Doug Keeley

CEO and Chief Storyteller, STORIES RULE!

Mary Ann Bayton

Mary Ann Bayton

Program Director Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace

Warren Macdonald

Warren Macdonald

Change Coach and Motivational Speaker

Giselle Kovary

Giselle Kovary

President and Co-Founder n-gen People Performance Inc.




Early Bird Price
Until September 14, 2020.



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