January Luncheon: Creating Mentally Safe Spaces in the Workplace
Thursday, January 26, 2023 | 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, 375 York Ave.
Main Floor, North Building
Keynote Speaker: Deborah Gillis, President & CEO of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation
Discounted Member Rate: $65 +GST
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With the pandemic, your team faced isolation, anxiety, illness, and uncertainty. Now more than ever, workplaces need to talk and address mental health challenges. As leader in your organization, what can you do to create a safe space where your people feel the best?
Also, as a leader – how are you taking care of your own mental health? The weight of our workloads, personal life and state of the world can be heavy.
Hear from Deborah Gillis, President & CEO of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation, about her own experiences leading through the pandemic and the evidence-based resources that can help you prioritize mental health in the workplace.
11:30 a.m. – Registration, networking and exhibitor booths
12:00 p.m. – Program starts
12:15 p.m. – Lunch service
12:40 p.m. – Keynote Speaker
1:30 p.m. – Program ends
ABOUT OUR KEYNOTE:
Deborah Gillis is President and CEO of CAMH Foundation. A recognized thought leader on gender equality, diversity and inclusion, Deborah has dedicated her career to driving social change. Deborah’s unique blend of passion, strategic vision and entrepreneurial spirit is helping her lead CAMH Foundation in transforming how Canadians understand and address mental illness, in the workplace and in society.
Deborah’s early work in the public sector focused on employment equity, anti-racism and LGBTQI rights. She went on to become a consultant and practice leader with two global professional service firms. Deborah also worked in the Nova Scotia government, and stood as a candidate for elected office. During her time in politics, she first truly understood the power of role models—and the urgent need for more of them—to inspire girls and young women.
In her previous role as President & CEO of Catalyst, a global non-profit, Deborah advised some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies on how to accelerate and advance women into leadership.
In 2016, Deborah was named as one of Canadian Business magazine’s 10 Most Powerful Business People and was awarded the Foreign Policy Association Medal. In 2017, she was appointed to the Canada-United States Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and
375 York Ave.
Main North, North Building