Creating Healthy Organizations by Graham Lowe

Redesiging Work A Blueprint for Canada's Future Well-being and Prosperity
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Creating Healthy Organizations by Graham Lowe

Creating Healthy Organizations Graham's new book describes how to strengthen the links between people and performance.


Creating Healthy Organizations The Wellness Dividend

How employers can improve employees health and productivity.


Author Graham Lowe's keynote talk on How Vibrant Workplaces Inspire Employees

Watch Graham Lowe's talk at the 2014 ComCare National Conference, Melbourne, Australia

Our Team

Graham LoweGraham Lowe

Graham Lowe is a leading expert on work. He is president of The Graham Lowe Group Inc and a professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, where he had a distinguished academic career. His numerous publications include The Quality of Work: A People-Centered Agenda (Oxford University Press) and Creating Healthy Organizations (Rotman/UTP Publishing). He has extensive consulting experience and has given hundreds of talks and workshops on creating higher quality and more productive workplaces. He received the 2004 Canadian Workplace Wellness Pioneer Award. Graham has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto.

Joanne McKechnieJoanne McKechnie

Joanne McKechnie, a partner in the Graham Lowe Group, specializes in data collection and analysis. Joanne has over 25 years of experience working and consulting with governments, regional health authorities, hospitals, health professional organizations, aboriginal associations, international and non-governmental organizations, and the private sector. She has taught research methods at the University of Alberta. Joanne holds a Master of Arts (sociology) from the University of Alberta and a Masters in Science (epidemiology and biostatistics) from McGill University.

Associates

We have on-going relationships with a number of experienced consultants and researchers who have contributed specific expertise to our projects. We involve our associates based on client needs and project goals.