The Better Workplace Conference 2015
Call for Speakers, Experts, Motivators, Leaders and Innovators in Workplace Change, Corporate Culture and Workforce Health and Wellness
This October, an engaged community of business leaders, human resources professionals and organizational health practitioners will once again, gather from across Canada, to focus on key challenges and opportunities facing employers and their workforce—all aimed at helping to create and maintain a better workplace.
We are finalizing this year’s conference program and invite subject experts to submit preliminary proposals to present at The Better Workplace Conference 2015, upcoming at the Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau Quebec October 14–16.
Have previous attendees at your sessions described you as a true expert in your field, inspiring, motivating, engaging, relevant—a 5 out of 5 in your style and content? If so, we would love to hear from you, especially if your expertise is in one or more of the following areas—all in the context of creating and maintaining better, more resilient, highly engaged, and productive organizations.
· The future of work
· Innovations in workplace wellness
· Leadership and organizational development
· Resiliency and the impact of change on workplace culture
Please submit a 1 page synopsis of your proposed session and clearly indicate how it links with the objectives of the #1 conference in Canada focused better workplaces, now in it’s 19th year. Send to John Brewer, Conference Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org and you may be invited to submit a formal proposal following.
If you are not a Presenter, but have some ideas on who to include in this year’s program or better yet “What are we NOT talking about, that we need to talk about to make the workplace even better?” Let us know and we’ll tap into The Conference Board of Canada’s extensive network of Presenters who specialize in those topics.
Free Webinar from The Conference Board of Canada
For a limited time, we’re pleased to offer you a complimentary recorded webinar (Value of $445). Wellness ROI—Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth? Is a 60-minute session where report authors explore the wellness return on investment (ROI) and how to calculate your own wellness returns. Karla Thorpe, Former Director, Leadership and Human Resources Research, and Louise Chenier, Research Associate, provide the story behind the numbers and share the results of the research, including which tools are most effective when measuring the impact of wellness programs. In addition, you will hear details of in-depth case study interviews with employers as well as interviews with experts in health promotion, workplace wellness and evaluation. Download your free webinar here.
Towards Mentally Healthy Workplaces
A 3 minute production by The Conference Board of Canada.
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