Resilience and Mental Health Expert and Speaker
Throughout her career in business management and psychology, Dr. Marie-Hélène Pelletier has spearheaded a national dialogue on the crucial issues of leadership resilience and workplace health. Drawing on her extensive background in corporate, insurance, governance and public sectors, she brings national and international perspectives and expertise on mental health and resilience as a key pillar of overall health. She is a bilingual practicing psychologist with over 20 years of experience in clinical psychology and advisory workplace psychology and holds a Ph.D. and an MBA from the University of British Columbia. Marie-Helene is a Member of the Global Clinical Practice Network of the World Health Organization, and past Director on the boards of the Canadian Psychological Association and the International Association of Applied Psychology. She has presented and authored and co-authored a number of industry and academic publications and was won numerous academic and industry awards, including the Industry Leadership Award from Benefits Canada.
Change, meaning, and renewed energy: Your opportunity now and beyond
In an era of transformational change, workers and the workplace are impacted in multiple ways. While some impacts are an acceleration of pre-existing trends, and some are new, one thing is clear: many of these changes are far-reaching.
In this presentation, workplace mental health expert Dr. Pelletier brings together her weekly work as a practicing work psychologist with current research in workplace psychology to challenge your assumptions. The goal is to help your organization understand and navigate change at the individual, team and organizational level.
Moreover, she highlights the ways in which organizations and individuals can both manage changes and turn them into an advantage. She helps us see that by approaching this moment in time with curiosity, agility and renewed energy and purpose, we can not only adapt to change, we can thrive.
• Identify key forces impacting the mental agility of individuals, teams and organizations, along with warning signs
• Understand psychological implications and opportunities
• Provide practical, research-based approaches to improve how individuals, teams and organizations can nourish renewed energy and purpose