Enhancing Hybrid Work with Psychological Health and Safety in Mind:
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Grab a coffee, beverage or snack and join us for “Coffee with QNET” a complimentary learning session where we’ll dive into the uncertain world of remote or hybrid work, and how it can be enhanced with Psychological Health and Safety in Mind.
These days working from home, either fully remote or hybrid, remains a privilege for those who still can. It isn’t suited for everyone or even feasible for essential front-line workers. Returning to the office has meant finding ways to balance the wants, needs and fears of workers.
Is it possible to keep the “best parts” of remote work that prioritizes true work-life flexibility, protects mental health, and enhances teamwork? Reflecting on lessons learned these past couple of years, we explore the exciting opportunity to reimagine the future of psychologically safe hybrid workspaces.
Join us as we:
- Discuss up-to-date research highlighting equity-based hybrid and remote work best practices that account for diverse expressions of human needs.
- Explore psychologically safe communication strategies shown to help bridge divides between different workplace stakeholders.
- Anchor learning to a ‘conscious leadership’ model; one that enhances perspective-taking, promotes transparent decision-making, and builds trust.
Geoffrey has worked for 20 years at the intersection of cross-cultural health, community development and organizational change management. For the past 7 years he has led OHC’s strategic initiative on workplace psychological health and safety. Geoffrey specializes in promoting positive workplace mental health through joint worker and management training focused on how to identify and control on-the-job psychosocial hazards.
Funding provided by The Manitoba government.
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