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"Excellence Chat" - How to Manage and Respond to Workplace Mental Health Challenges in the Time of COVID
Covid-19 has brought fresh challenges to all organizations around the world. The future of work brings changes to the workplace, work, and workforce, which require additional attention to understanding and managing the pandemic of mental health challenges facing our evolving workplace today. . This new reality requires employers to learn new information and skills to support their employees and help them to cope with the rapidly changing environment and ongoing uncertainties.
Mental Health issues in the workplace do not exist in a vacuum. Critical incidents such as a pandemic, combined with the individual risk factors presented by employees, as well as workplace practices that impede psychological safety are addressed in this webinar. Tips and strategies to address these factors are provided.
• Understand why there is an urgency to supporting your employee’s mental health
• Learn about solutions for success:
o how the application of a strategic framework can provide a roadmap for success
o critical knowledge and skills required
• Learn from the experts – key challenges and lessons learned (interactive Q/A)

We invite you to join us in this interactive discussion and bring your experience, ideas and questions and a willingness to share them. We look forward to sharing and learning together.

Karen Jackson, Host & Senior Advisor, Excellence Canada
Donna Marshall, CEO & Co-Founder, Workright

Apr 29, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Donna Marshall
CEO and Co-Founder @Workright
Donna Marshall is a thought leader, professional speaker, lecturer, curriculum developer, and writer specializing in mental health, harassment, psychological safety, and interpersonal skills training. Along with Dr. Stephanie Bot, she developed the groundbreaking Harassment Education Advisory Team (HEART) program to manage and prevent harassment in the workplace. She wrote and facilitated leadership curricula for the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning and has appeared numerous times on a CBC television affiliate as a specialist in bullying, harassment and mental health issues in the workplace. Her articles on bullying and harassment in the workplace are published in HR Professional magazine. She has presented at the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Lancaster House, legal and HRPA conferences, Health and Safety forums, and other notable national and international conventions.
Karen Jackson
Host & Senior Advisor @Excellence Canada
Karen Jackson is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience in the health care and not-for-profit sector, as both a healthcare professional and leader. Karen's background includes serving in progressive leadership roles in corporate services management and providing strategic direction to organizational health and wellness. Understanding the impacts that all aspects of an organization ultimately have on its ability to be successful, Karen’s passion is to create cultures of excellence through a strategic focus on exemplary healthy workplace practices, including mental health. Karen's specialties include change leadership, employee engagement, performance management, leadership development, organizational development and support services management. Karen is a lead Verifier for organizational assessments and an active member on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Civic Action Champions Council for Mental Health in the workplace. She has a Master’s degree from the U of Guelph.