April 18, 2018 | Practical Coaching and Counselling Tips Helping people perform at their best is an invaluable skill that can set you apart as an exceptionally effective leader. No matter what field you’re in, improving your ability to coach and counsel is worth your time and energy. During this insightful webinar, Richard Hawk will reveal what it takes to hone your coaching and counseling skills. You’ll learn practical ways to put more punch in your prose, gain attention right away when it’s your turn to talk and how to make sure your messages are clear. You’ll enjoy this webinar and guaranteed you’ll feel it was time well spent.
March 14, 2018 | Do you have all the core policies your organization requires? And if so, when is the last time you revisited them and confirmed they were up to date with new legislation? It's easy to assume your policies are accurate, but in the event of a lawsuit, having an outdated policy could mean big fines - leaving everyone thinking, "Why wasn't this prevented?"
April 4, 2018 | First we were told that sitting is bad for our health, now we are being told standing is bad for our health, leaving most of us unsure of what to do. This session will answer your questions about sit stand stations; including when they should be used.
December 6, 2017 | Occupational health and safety legislation in jurisdictions across Canada protects employees against reprisals when they exercise their rights under that legislation. Join Alanna Twohey of Emond Harnden LLP as she provides a basic overview of reprisals in the occupational health and safety context across Canada, as well as practical tips for handling employees’ allegations of reprisal.
March 19, 2018 | One of the best ways of influencing people to be less in conflict and more in collaboration in the workplace is to understand how the brain behaves on conflict. With her approach that’s part art part science, Suzanne brings insights and strategies for successful outcomes with those she calls being ‘high on conflict’. Suzanne is not a neuroscientist but brings knowledge from neuroscientists and applies them to the practice of conflict resolution in the workplace. The more we know about the neuroscience of conflict, the better we’ll be at shifting people into listening to each other and being open to agreements.
February 28, 2018 | In light of the imminent legalization of marijuana across the country, employers are asking themselves about the potential implications for occupational health and safety. The issue brings into issue the nuanced and complex interplay between human rights, health and safety, and employment law. Employers will need to prioritize workplace policies and procedures to deal with these issues in this brave new world.
November 8, 2017 | This detailed seminar, delivered by a former OHS prosecutor, is intended to assist supervisors and managers in understanding their legal obligations and due diligence expectations. There will be practical commentary on and scenarios to illustrate due diligence challenges and best practices.