Workplaces across Canada have built a business case for workplace mental health, only to meet challenges when it comes to making it a reality.
It’s time to make workplace mental health a priority. Join our workshop and learn how to move from “best evidence” to “actionable strategy.”
On your journey to creating a mentally healthy workplace, the first steps can have the greatest impact. Our 2020 workshop, Charting Progress: Navigating Psychological Safety in the Workplace, is designed to help you set tangible metrics to chart your organization’s progress on the workplace mental health journey.
Dr. Bill Howatt leads the Board’s applied research programs in workplace wellness, mental health, and workforce productivity.
A behavioural scientist, Dr. Bill is known as one of Canada’s top experts in mental health issues in the workplace. He has more than 30 years of experience in the field of mental health, addiction, and HR consulting. As a highly respected columnist for the Globe and Mail, author, clinician, consultant, and speaker, he effortlessly engages and inspires both individuals and groups.
Prior to joining the Conference Board in 2018, Dr. Bill worked as chief of research and development, workforce productivity, at Morneau Shepell. There, he launched a total-health consulting strategy designed to improve health engagement and productivity in Canadian organizations.
Chief of Research, Workforce Productivity,
The Conference Board of Canada
In our previous workshops, then titled Operationalizing Workplace Mental Health, we focused on how to enhance your workplace’s priority on mental health. Here are some highlights:
Mar 31–Apr 1 | Ottawa