Conversations with recognized experts about issues affecting our well-being to learn strategies to improve our mental health and wellness.
The Strength of Vulnerability at Work
How the pandemic is impacting staff members and what can be done to address the stressors. Workplace Fairness West’s Michelle Phaneuf explains the importance of being open and willing to address issues as soon as possible.
Grow and Maintain Authentic Connections
The team behind an innovative wellness app, led by Scott Borys and Daren McLean, share how a personal mental health crisis inspired the creation of the self-guided digital program. They explain how Hugr Authentic Connections fosters social connectedness.
The Cure for Loneliness
Howatt HR founder and author of the new book, The Cure for Loneliness, Dr. Bill Howatt explains his research-based approach to help build authentic connections and move away from isolation.
Dr. Bill Howatt - @billhowatt
Grief on the Path to Parenthood
Conceiving and welcoming a child into a family isn’t always easy and without challenges. Pregnancy Loss Coach, Aditi Loveridge shares the importance of not expecting time to ease pain, but to face the pain and work through it—to be able to live with loss.
Pregnancy Loss Healing: pregnancylosshealing.com
A Gentler Way to Restructure a Family
Registered Family Mediator and Social Worker, Beth Thompson, helps people see all of their options well into their future, when exploring potential divorce. Hear how to effectively and humanely transition from marriage to separation.
Visit Beth's website: moderndivorce.ca
The Benefits of Knowing When and How to Say No
Saying no can feel daunting, especially at work. Hear from Globe & Mail columnist and workplace coach, Eileen Chadnick, as she shares how leaders and teams can benefit from learning the right time and way to say no.
Learn more about Eileen Chadnick with Big Cheese Coaching: bigcheesecoaching.com
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