CMHA hosts Canada’s Top Conference on Workplace Mental Health March 13-14 in Vancouver
Join us in Vancouver on March 13-14 and gain the skills and inspiration to improve mental health in your workplace. Connect with others who continue to innovate in transforming Canadian workplaces into psychologically safe and supportive places where everyone can work safely and thrive.
You’ll be inspired by leaders, experts and colleagues as we explore the ever-changing reality of work and the workplace. Hear from “medutainer” Dr. Dave Hepburn on cannabis legalization and what it means for your workplace come July 2018. Dr. Linda Duxbury, will share how work-life strategies benefit the bottom line, and how you can help create a supportive work environment. Madame Justice Michele Hollins will share her experience with depression and why she says the workplace—and the law—need to change.
Multiple streams for a personalized experience
This year’s conference offers multiple workshop streams tailored to your needs. Learn to navigate topical issues including building resiliency and suicide prevention. You’ll leave with practical skills to take back to your workplace.
Canada’s top conference on workplace mental health
For 15 years, CMHA’s Bottom Line Conference has been bringing together a rich community of business leaders and workers, union representatives, policy makers and researchers to share their expertise and ideas and discuss ways in which to improve mental health in Canadian workplaces.
Register today! Early bird ends Friday, January 26
The past three events have sold out – register soon! For the best value, take advantage of our group and early bird rates by registering by January 26.
Learn more and register at www.bottomlineconference.ca.