Annual Joan Burton Day of Learning
Joan Burton was one of the founding members of the Coalition who was taken away far too early from cancer. A lead author of the World Health Organization’s Healthy Workplace Framework and recipient of the prestigious Canadian Workplace Wellness Pioneer Award in 2003 she was a believer in lifelong learning. Every May we honour change agents like Joan, by hosting our Joan Burton Day of Learning to bring together like-minded professionals to share what’s trending in organizational health and how we can continue to influence stakeholders and government in making measurable progress towards our goal.
The date was set for May 12th 2020, from 10:00am – 12:00pm EST – *online*.
Description of Session:
Healthy workplace programs are carefully planned, designed, and implemented. Attention is paid to all the important details. All the best research is referenced. But the same problems are encountered time after time – the program doesn’t catch on or momentum quickly burns out.
How can we build workplace programs that employees are excited about, that won’t die out when the leader leaves, and that impacts real change?
Anne Tennier and Wayne Clancy come together to talk about real solutions that are already in your workplace.
Anne Tennier, President & CEO of Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
Anne is a registered professional engineer in Ontario and Alberta and is one of a handful of Certified Environmental Professionals in the food and beverage industry in Canada. She has more than 35 years’ experience in managing environmental issues in industry, most notably for McCain Foods, Boise Cascade Pulp and Paper, Canadian Pacific Railway, and most recently as Vice President of Environmental Sustainability at Maple Leaf Foods.
Wayne Clancy, Board member and Founder & CEO of MindSuite Analytics
Wayne Clancy has developed alternative and collaborative way of handling and managing the perceptions and experiences of all stakeholders. He has developed interactive real time technologies to facilitate stakeholder co-creation and collaboration. Most recently his work with NY Times Best Selling Author John King (Tribal Leadership) has produced easy to use ‘predictive culture analytics’, with ‘The Culture Gap Index’.
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