Webinars and Podcasts and other learning opportunities
The following organizations offer information and learning opportunities related to workplace wellness on an ongoing basis. Click on the links below to learn more.
The Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Coalition offers webinars on a variety of topics, including workplace wellness, on a regular basis. Have a look at their list of Upcoming Webinars to identify one that might be of interest to you. Also take a look at their Webinar Recordings page to find archived recordings you can watch at your convenience.
The New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition periodically presents webinars on smoking cessation, tobacco legislation and creating smoke-free environments, including workplaces. Keep an eye on their “What’s New” section for webinar announcements.
The Mental Health Commission of Canada hosts regular webinars on many different areas of mental health, many of which are designed with workplaces in mind. Visit the webinar archives to download the webinar materials and view the webinar presentation video. Don’t forget to sign up for the next webinar!
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety offers a variety of innovative and cost-effective products and services related to workplace health and safety, including Webinars, Podcasts, Courses and e-Learning, Promotion tools and much more. Have a look on their products portal to find what would best fit your needs.
Beverly Beuermann-King, Resiliency and Wellness Strategist with www.WorkSmartLiveSmart.com offers a Corporate Wellness Blog. This blog highlights articles from our Corporate eBrief, Path To Wellness that has been publishing employee wellness information since 2002. It focuses on employee and corporate wellness strategies for the beginner to the seasoned professional. Our hope is that it will provide you with how-tos and update you on significant research and statistics that may assist you in your wellness initiatives.
Graham Lowe, president of The Graham Lowe Group Inc and a professor emeritus at the University of Alberta is a leading expert on work. He offers a blog on Creating Healthy Organizations – How vibrant workplaces inspire employees to achieve sustainable success.