Coaching Skills to Transform an Organization – What If??
About the Session:
**Please note this session will be presented in English with French translation.
What if… you found a way to transform your organizational culture bringing more innovation, creativity, engagement, and excitement in to the fold? What if…the transformation was far reaching and had unintended impacts beyond the walls of your organization? What if… this transformation had the possibility of influencing mental health reform and addressing stigma?? Would you take action? Come and listen to how one organization is using the “Coach Approach” to do this very thing.
Sharon Pitawanakwat, as the CEO of the CMHA-Thunder Bay Branch, is engaging all employees of her organization in an exciting transformational initiative – Coaching to Support Recovery. As an Executive Coach herself, she is passionate about the possibilities that coaching offers and envisions this approach embedded in all aspects of the organizational culture. With financial support of Bell Canada’s Community Fund she is now bringing this vision to life.
Respect in the Workplace- Foundational tools for psychologically safe workplaces
About the Session:
This session will be led by Wayne McNeil, Co-Founder of Respect Group, who will share the importance of foundational training to prevent bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination in the workplace; key behaviours that often translate into short and long term mental health issues. Through close examination of prevention solutions that build standards and create respectful workplace environments, attendees will gain a first-hand appreciation of opportunities and “what is possible”. Respect Group has “Respect Certified” over 800,000 Canadians in sport, schools and the workplace.
Wayne McNeil has served as Vice-Chairman of the Rocky View School Division, volunteer President of the Sheldon Kennedy Foundation, Chairman of the Alberta Gymnastics Federation and current member of the Board of the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre. In 2007, Wayne was awarded the Canadian Red Cross Caring Award for his leadership in the promotion of violence and abuse prevention education.