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18 minutes | May 28, 2021
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.
24 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
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.
31 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
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.
16 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
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 Facebook: facebook.com/pregnancylosshealing Instagram: instagram.com/pregnancylosshealing
23 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
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.
22 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
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.
12 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Mental Health in Senior Years
Dips in mental health are not just part of getting older. The Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Denise Waligora explains how to best support seniors’ whole health.
14 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
Who The Boss Can Confide In
Executive Coach Wendy Wilton shares how workplace leaders can make the time and space to strategically tackle their goals, and how that can benefit everyone in the organization.
17 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
No More One-Size-Fits-All Employee Benefits
Cubic Health’s Mike Sullivan analyzes how employee benefits can help, where the plans fall short and how data can be used to tailor programs for maximum positive impact.
18 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
Psychological Health & Safety during Return to Work
Helping staff cope in the workplace during a pandemic. Strategic HR consultant Dr. Bill Howatt shares how employees and managers can be prepared as they go back into the office.
16 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
Taking Action on Racism in the Workplace
Racism is real in the Canadian workplace. Employment lawyer, Ryan Watkins shares how it negatively impacts everyone on the job and how it can be counteracted.
17 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
Business Health amid COVID-19 Response & Re-opening
Business as usual is impossible since COVID-19 emerged. Canadian Chamber of Commerce CEO, Honourable Perrin Beatty, explains how adapting to our COVID-19 reality can actually spur innovation in the workplace.
29 minutes | May 29, 2020
Maintaining Healthy Relationships during COVID-19
COVID-19 is impacting intimate relationships. Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, Michele Maurer, explains how to maintain well-balanced partnerships in these unprecedented times.
20 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
Trauma carried from Childhood into Adulthood
Stressful events including a pandemic can bring up feelings of previous traumatic events, compounding the distress we feel. Without interventions, trauma experienced in childhood undoubtedly carries forward into adulthood, explains Dr. Eboni Webb.
22 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
Managing your Mental Health in a Pandemic
Learning how to deal with the challenging feelings the COVID-19 pandemic can cause. Psychologist Dr. Deanne Simms with the Canadian Mental Health Association explores how the pandemic is playing out on people’s mental health and how to ease the strain.
11 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Effectively Responding to Illness Outbreaks at Work
Employment Lawyer Ryan Watkins explores the implications for workplaces when it comes to illnesses like Coronavirus / COVID-19. He explains how to best plan ahead and help maintain workplace wellness for all.
28 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Waking Up to Workplace Fatigue
Sleep and the lack of it impacts all aspects of daily life–personal and professional. Fatigue Risk Management expert Susan Sawatzky understands the true cost sleep debt can have on a person and their workplace productivity. She shares what can be done about it.
14 minutes | Dec 27, 2019
Takeaways to Take into 2020
From the importance of food on mental health to childhood trauma’s impact on brain development, our various guests have shared many valuable insights in 2019. We listen back to the top five takeaways from the year, to get you ready for 2020.
24 minutes | Nov 29, 2019
Leading through Personal Values
From the cleaning staff to CEO, anyone can be a leader at work. Leadership speaker and Wall Street Journal best-selling author Drew Dudley shares how to empower every member of an organization to lead by living their own personal values.
16 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Creating a psychologically safe work environment is a challenge that takes leadership commitment and courage from everyone in the organization. When things don’t go as planned, workplace investigations can be a part of creating healthy and strong job sites. Bob Stenhouse shares how fostering courage in all staff benefits an organization’s well-being and bottom line.
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