Especially when it comes to workplace mental health, sometimes a difficult topic at best, do you know the strategies and mechanisms to support a change in your workplace or have you just been told that your people are struggling and you need to do something about it?
If this resonates with you, the Wellness @ Work Panel is an event you won’t want to miss. Four leading workplace wellness experts will share:
Lindsay Recknell is a Workplace Mental Health consultant, facilitator and podcaster. As a Certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor, Lindsay works with companies and organizations to increase their levels of health & safety in the workplace while adapting to the challenges and demands of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through her Mental Health in Minutes digital download subscription, Lindsay helps People Leaders increase employee well-being while giving back time. Ms. Recknell has a strong social media following and is an in-demand international speaker.
Joyce Odidison is an author, speaker, and the world’s leading mind on Interpersonal Wellness Competency Mindset teachings. She is a Conflict Analyst, and corporate trainer for 24 years. Joyce is President & CEO of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. and founder of the Global Workplace Wellness Summit and Forums. Joyce has authored five books, is a certified Coach, Coach Training Director, and a C-Suite level workplace wellness specialist who works with government, private sector, non-profits, and post-secondary institutions struggling with difficult relationships or stressful situations to strategize solutions that builds emotional wellness and resilience to boost creativity, performance, and innovation.
Brett Elmgren is the Director of Talent Development for Nutrien. Brett lives in Saskatoon, and has spent his career aligning people and culture, with business strategy for some of Saskatchewan’s largest private businesses. Brett is a passionate advocate for mental health, and continues to pursue opportunities for developing psychologically safe work environments for all employees. Brett holds a Master of Arts Degree in the field of Leadership from Royal Roads University, an Undergraduate Degree from the University of Saskatchewan, and is a Certified Professional in Human Resources.
Aoife O’Brien is a Happiness at Work expert. Her mission is to help organizations to increase employee retention by using culture-fit in their hiring decisions. She is passionate about ‘fit’ and specifically how creating the right environment can help individuals to reach their full potential and support organisations to thrive. She helps HR and business leaders to make data-driven decisions, with a specific focus on values, needs, and strengths. Aoife has been featured on several media platforms and podcasts speaking about ‘fit’ as well as imposter syndrome. She has also delivered a number of keynote speeches on these topics. Her podcast, Happier at Work, has 14,000 listens in more than 50 countries.
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