Lessons from a Decade of Progress on Workplace Mental Health

Lessons from a Decade of Progress on Workplace Mental Health

Read my blog on workplace mental health at the SANDBOX, Alberta School Employee Benefit Plan’s (ASEBP) blog site. This site features blogs with ideas for promoting employee wellness in Alberta’s schools and school jurisdictions — and beyond. To quote the site: “The Sandbox stands out as the comprehensive support system for workplace wellness champions in the K-12 education system in Alberta.”

Designing work to achieve well-being and service improvements


Keynote talk by Graham Lowe at the 2017 Healthy Workplaces Conference.

Description: Drawing on the latest evidence about workplace wellness and organizational performance, Graham will provide practical insights that will help you to be an effective wellness leader. His talk will address 3 questions: 1) What are the ingredients of a successful workplace wellness strategy?; 2) How can you link a healthy and safe work environment to your organization’s strategic goals? 3) As a wellness leader, how can you guide your organization down the path to being truly healthy?

 2017 Healthy Workplaces Conference   

The Lister Centre, University of Alberta, Edmonton

Friday, October 13, 2017

For more information and to register:  http://hwhp.ca/index.html

Sponsored by The Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project

Building a Culture of Health and Safety

We welcome you to this half day seminar on “Building a Culture of Health and Safety” presented by UBC Okanagan, Andrew Peller Limited and WorkSafeBC. 

The benefits of a positive workplace culture can’t be ignored. This workshop provides safety professionals, human resource professionals, supervisors, management leaders and others with basic principles to help you engage your organization in building a culture of health and safety. Join our accomplished community speakers Graham Lowe and Tracey Hawthorn as they share their insights and perspectives on achieving safer, healthier and more productive workplaces.

“Make Safety a Habit” and participate with us in North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week 2017. NAOSH week is May 7-13. 

Date:  Friday May 12th, 2017   Time:  8:00am –  11:30am Location:  UBC Okanagan University Centre (UNC) Room 200 Cost:  No Charge – Registration Required  (http://www.riskmanagement.ok.ubc.ca/registration

WEBINAR: Building resilience for leaders and organizations

Graham Lowe will present a one-hour webinar on Building Resilience for Leaders and Organizations

Live Event: May 26, 2017 – 11:00am PST, 2:00pm EST

Successful leaders have the capacity to thrive in the face of adversity and feel confident, optimistic and hopeful about the future. These traits – which can be learned – contribute to leaders’ personal well-being, that of their employees and a more successful organization.

You will learn:  what resilience is;  how the latest research links it to employee well-being and organizational performance;  how building resilience contributes to a psychologically health work environment; and  the steps you can take to build resilience in your organization.

CLICK HERE to Register

This Effective Workplace Webinar  is sponsored by the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (CIRPD)