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mar. 23 juin



Session 4: Measuring and Building Positive Workplace Environments

Learn about the value in measuring and developing plans to enhancing wellbeing and resiliency in your workplace.

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Session 4: Measuring and Building Positive Workplace Environments
Session 4: Measuring and Building Positive Workplace Environments

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23 juin 2020, 13 h 30 – 14 h 30 HAE


About the Event

Positive Workplace Practice Series--Fostering wellbeing, engagement, and performance in challenging times

This is the fourth session in our 4-part webinar series introducing participants to Positive Workplace Practices that promote wellbeing, engagement, and thriving among employee teams. Focusing on building healthy workplaces now will position organizations to emerge stronger as we begin to return to an evolved workplace environment. 


This final session places emphasis on the value of measuring and developing plans for enhancing wellbeing and resiliency in the workplace. The use of the Mental Fitness and Resiliency Inventory (MFRI) to measure and align resources for the promotion of positive workplace practices in daily routines and interactions is presented.


Gregg Taylor is Regional Director of Family Services Employee Assistance Programs (FSEAP), a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). He is a leader in workplace mental health and wellness with specializations in Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace, Workplace Mental Health & Wellness, and evidence-based positive psychology practices that contribute to healthy and effective workplaces. Gregg and his team at FSEAP provide services that result in healthy, resilient employees and positive, productive workplaces.

Dr. Bill Morrison is a counselling psychologist, author and recognized national speaker in mental health and positive mental health for school and workplace environments. Dr. Morrison was named among 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health in 2017, receiving the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Difference Maker Award.

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