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"Excellence Chat" with Dr. Graham Lowe
Hosted by Excellence Canada with guest speaker Dr. Graham Lowe, this webinar provides an organizational lens for looking at how to enable your entire workforce to thrive as you transition out of the pandemic. The COVID-19 lock-down has focused the attention of managers, HR experts and wellness professionals on the urgent task of protecting workers’ physical and mental health. These health protection measures have contained the spread of COVID-19. Now it is essential to think ahead to how your organization can chart a healthy course toward a new normal. The stresses and hardships the pandemic has imposed on individual employees make it essential for decision-makers to design a recovery path that is both health-promoting and sustainable. Anyone in a management position can benefit from Dr. Lowe’s insights about designing a healthy change process, cultivating team resilience, and fostering the mutual trust that will be essential for future success.

Jun 11, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Graham Lowe
President @The Graham Lowe Group Inc. (www.grahamlowe.ca)
Graham Lowe has over 30 years of organizational, labour market, and policy consulting experience across Canada and internationally. He is president of The Graham Lowe Group Inc., a workplace consulting and research firm. All of his consulting projects involve extensive knowledge synthesis and transfer to managers, employees, unions and professional associations. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta and has been a visiting professor, lecturer, and researcher at other universities in Canada, Europe, and Asia. Graham is the author of several books. The revised and expanded 2nd edition of Creating Healthy Organizations: Taking Action to Improve Employee Well-Being was published in April 2020. Graham also has contributed many articles to publications. Graham has given hundreds of conference talks and interactive workshops across Canada and internationally. He is a recipient of the Canadian Workplace Wellness Pioneer Award and holds a PhD in Sociology from the U of Toronto