Watch this episode of the Stratford Roundtable to learn:
1) How leaders’ mindsets evolve to keep up with the pace of change around us
2) What you can do as a leader to ensure you are prioritizing the mental health and wellness of your team moving forward
Behind the fun, employee wellbeing is suffering. Experts anticipate a substantial increase in the prevalence of mental health concerns as a result of the pandemic, and employers can’t sit back and hope their employees aren’t affected or that they will be able to manage everything on their own.
To adapt to the pace of change that lies ahead, employers and employees alike need to adopt a new mindset: make plans with the assumption that those plans will change.
Founder of Talk Tools
Born and raised in Ottawa, Breanna has degrees from the University of Ottawa in Health Sciences and Psychology. Breanna has experience working various jobs in the healthcare and social services fields, including addictions, supportive housing and crisis intervention.
Having spent five years in numerous roles at the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region, Breanna gained an interest in supporting others struggling with a variety of mental health concerns and thoughts of suicide. With experience as the Victim Crisis and Referral Service Coordinator at Ottawa Victim Services, she was responsible for training volunteer Victim Support Workers on topics including Active Listening, Crisis Intervention, and Ethics and Boundaries. Breanna became a LivingWorks Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST)Trainer in September of 2017.
Leadership Development Practice Lead at Stratford Managers
A senior human resources leader with experience in all aspects of HR vision, strategy and implementation, Dean has applied his background to many facets of the businesses he’s worked with. He has done consulting in organization development and effectiveness, performance consulting and process improvement in both small and large organizations, and bringing solutions that provide immediate impact while enabling sustained organizational impact.
Dean has led the implementation of operations review practices in HR departments, bringing a unique skill set and approach to human resources leadership driving pragmatic, metrics-driven solutions. He is also a certified human resource leader (CHRL) and licensed professional engineer.
Stratford Managers’ dedicated team draws on years of practical business experience and takes a collaborative, cross-practice approach to help organizations and their leaders grow, improve and transform. Working with companies that need more than a ‘consultant’ — who are looking for a partner ready to live their business with them through thick and thin.
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