Workplace Mental Health
Tuesday, January 21 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Edmonton
• Are YOU a Mental Health Champion?
• Do YOU believe that Mental Health & Safety is just as important as Physical Health & Safety in the workplace?
• Need to be up to speed on the best resources available to kickstart workplace mental health conversations and strategies?
Get started today with this fun & engaging workshop presentation.
Walk away with plenty of first rate information. Become aware of the best resources available to begin a conversation at work about mental health. Learn about The National Standard of Canada
for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace; the first of it’s kind in the world. Then, go back to work. And start conversations that influences everyone to take action on positive workplace
mental health in your organization.
About your facilitator:
Robert Manolson BA, CCDP – Powerful Play Experiences is both a Certified Career Counsellor and the business owner of Powerful Play Experiences, Positive Workplace Mental Health…For Teams.
For 13 years now, Robert has traveled throughout Alberta facilitating the most amazing team building workshop experiences. His message is simple. “Business Leaders! Listen Up! Never, ever doubt the impact of fun at work, and building a culture of highly engaged and happy teams. It truly is the easiest and most cost effective strategy to raise positive mental health levels at your workplace. Really!” As an avid Mental Health Champion, Robert also facilitates workhop presentations to business leaders about the importance of starting honest conversations about mental health and mental illness.
He wants us to know that his own personal journey with mental illness has impacted both his work life and his personal life. But he also wants us to know that as a male, he’s had to learn and get comfortable with the simple act of talking about his depression and anxiety and reaching out for the help. His goal? To be a role model for men everywhere, even men here today, who really need to get comfortable with talking about their daily mental health and get the help and support they need.