Date(s) - 29/03/2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Mental health challenges are on the rise in the Canadian workplace, costing the Canadian economy billions of dollars in lost productivity, and having a detrimental impact on people’s personal lives. This creates a work environment, where employee engagement is non-existent or fragmented at best. With the increasing pace of work and greater demands being placed on employees, HR professionals are now very concerned with the toll mental health issues are having on the people within their organizations.
Paul’s topic, “Creating Your Best Workday,” looks at some common mental health challenges being faced in an ever-changing workplace. Paul blends his experience from high performance athletics and workplace wellness to give his audience a deeper understanding of what it means to create the optimal work environment where people can thrive. You will leave this presentation with the insight, skills and strategies to develop or improve your workplace wellness programs, where people are more engaged and content with their work.
This webinar will cover the following:
- Causes of mental health challenges in the workplace
- Health and wellness impact on performance management
- Why optimal health means optimal performance
- Myths of workplace wellness programs
- Rest and recovery for better employee engagement
- How to have “wellness” performance conversations
- Strategies to create your best work day
Date: March 29, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Cost: $69 + applicable taxes
Paul Boston, Actus Performance Inc.
Paul Boston is the president of Actus Performance, a human high-performance development firm. Paul started his professional career working in the fast-paced and demanding world of marketing and advertising with Fortune 500 companies and organizations around the globe. At the same time, he started racing at the elite level of triathlons and qualified four times for the World Triathlon Championships and started to discover performance similarities between his athletic and professional career. He then went back to school to study adult training and development, specializing in workplace performance. As an organizational high-performance development specialist, Paul works with clients to help them understand the fundamental performance values, attitudes and skills people, teams and organizations need in our ever-changing modern-day work world. Paul has published numerous articles and spoken to professional organizations across North America on 21st century workplace performance skills.