John Laing, R.Psych. & Dr. Mitch Colp, R.Psych. Hexagon Psychology
As local business owners and psychologists, John Laing and Dr. Mitch Colp from Hexagon Psychology will use their experience to outline the important intersection between individual and organizational psychology – where psychological principles meet business practices!
Business leaders, like you, are at the epicentre of healthy organizations and, unfortunately, many neglect to take the time to reflect on their own wellbeing. Without personal reflection to uncover personal bias and “blind spots,” business owners are not able to implement systemic/organizational changes efficiently and effectively.
Leadership begins with reflection of self and how our leadership style and knowledge impact our most precious commodity – our people and relationships. What bias do you hold? Who influenced your leadership style? What is your personal and professional experience with conflict? How well do you communicate and how do you know this? How do your personal beliefs impact your business decisions?
The Science of Wellbeing, thus your organization’s wellbeing, as well as the people within it, begins with your own. The discussion will conclude with tangible strategies to consider for your own wellbeing, in honor of the many ‘hats’ you all wear outside of being a business leader, as well as important policies and procedures to ensure you are building a culture of support and setting the stage for a healthy workplace.
Healthy businesses are built on healthy relationships. Join us in our discussion about how to improve relationships and increase your company’s collective wellbeing.
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Registration deadline is October 4th at noon.
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