As restrictions ease and many return to work, new challenges will undoubtedly arise and stress and anxiety are often not too far behind. As everyone learns to adapt to and work within new workplace systems, schedules and protocols, mindfulness can be the tool we need to decrease stress and anxiety, and build the resilience needed to thrive in this new world of work.
In this panel-style webinar we’ll cover:
The back-to-work checklist for mindful leaders to create an easier transition
How to manage hybrid teams and working remotely in a psychologically safe way
Tips for using mindfulness to create a safe and supportive community in the workplace
Examine current and optimal mindsets for returning to work
*Webinar offered only in English
Mary Ann Baynton, MSW, RSW
As a workplace relations specialist Mary Ann supports employers, governments, organizations, unions, teams and associations who wish to resolve issues involving mental health, psychological safety, conflict or performance concerns.
Jordan Friesen, M.O.T.
Jordan is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Mindset Mental Health Strategy. Jordan uses his skills as a consultant to assist organizations who want to take progressive action to support the mental health of their workforce as a competitive advantage and business imperative for the future of work.
Ellen Choi, PhD
Dr. Ellen Choi is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Ryerson University teaching on topics of leadership, training, motivation, and decision-making. Her research interests revolve around the effects of mindfulness training on attention and emotion regulation, authenticity, resilience, errors, and performance under pressure.
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