PART 1 – 45 Minute Virtual Keynote
Join Stephane Grenier virtually where he delivers his riveting keynote speech. Blending lived accounts, compelling corporate case studies, leading-edge research and passionate arguments that the status quo is no longer acceptable in the field of workplace mental health, Grenier makes us ask ourselves, how did we miss the obvious? How did we miss our people?
- Includes a draw amongst participants for a free copy of his book*
PART 2 – Virtual Workshop/s Post Event
Following the keynote, poll your audience to determine which workshops are most in demand, including; Getting back to normal, How to help someone who is struggling, or Self-Care, for example.
Part 3 – WeCare
Following the workshop series, organizations will be provided the opportunity to pilot MH Innovation’s WeCARE Learning Campaign. The pilot will include up to 5 limited-time subscriptions to the online learning campaign and tool kit plus a virtual launch workshop. (available for a limited time)
In hopes of challenging society’s traditional outlook regarding mental health, Grenier has spent much of his career redefining how workplaces and individuals should care for and support those affected by mental health problems. By developing, implementing, and managing peer based programs aimed at reducing stigma, Grenier provides leaders and managers a firm understanding of how to deal with the fast growing realities hindering today’s brain based economy. His non clinical approach offers simple and pragmatic ways of giving purpose to the lived experience of members of workplaces and allows organizations to start down the path of systemic wellness and re-humanized workplaces where mental health stigma is no longer a barrier to recovery.
In today’s modern workplace, mental health problems have become the leading cause of disability claims, accounting for 70% of workplace disability management costs in Canada.
Stéphane knows the toll mental health problems can take on individuals and workplaces firsthand. Traditionally, mental health difficulties in the workplace have been principally viewed through two lenses: the performance lens and the clinical one. Clinicians treat symptoms and leaders manage behaviours.
Anchored in decades of experience in improving the way large, public- and private- sector organizations support their employees, Grenier provides his audiences with pragmatic advice on how to support workplaces in developing corporate cultures of open, non-stigmatizing approaches to mental health and well-being.
Blending lived accounts, riveting corporate case studies, leading-edge research and passionate arguments that the status quo is no longer acceptable in the field of workplace mental health, Stéphane makes us ask ourselves, how did we miss the obvious? How did we miss our people?
Longer engagements are also available, where the following learning objectives can be achieved through a workshop-style session :
- Develop a new non-clinical lens to perceive mental health problems
- Understand the importance of social support as a determinant of mental health
- Redefine and challenge entrenched paradigms regarding workplace mental health
- Understand how organizational culture impacts well-being
- Become familiar with innovative methods to measure and shape workplace culture
- Understand the building blocks of a successful peer support program
- Participants can learn the building blocks of a self care model to help nurture good mental healt
- Discover how peer support acts as a catalyst for organizational wellness
- Measure your organization’s readiness for a peer support program
- Become familiar with the nationally endorsed Standards of Practice for peer support
- Conduct a preliminary assessment of your workplace against the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace