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Conference 2014:
October 15-17/14
in Calgary, Alberta

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Conference 2013 Synopsis can be viewed by clicking here.

Health Work and Wellness Conference in Canada

What People Said About Conference 2013


Wonderful organization, great speakers, outstanding content. As one who has organized my fair share of conferences, this was very well done.
Janice MacInnis, Coordinator, Organizational Health, Dalhousie University
This conference is a must for all employers and anyone else who wishes to improve workplace wellness for everyone.
Sharon Chernow
I will use the experiences and knowledge to be a better leader in my workplace.
Conference 2013 Delegate
For two years in a row this has been one of the best conferences that I have ever attended.
Conference 2013 Delegate
The conference has created a community that has enables us to advance workplace health in a way not possible otherwise.
- Allan Smofsky
A unique, inspirational and educational experience with a group committed to wellness.
This is a fantastic conference. I always walk away from it feeling inspired and refreshed!
I think every professional practicing Workplace Health & Wellness should attend.
The Better Workplace Conference was one of my best professional development investments this year.
Some of the content was heavy (i.e. suicide) but necessary to bring home the importance of the various concepts.
It was a GREAT experience I won’t soon forget!
I really love this conference; I was pleased to see so many new attendees.
   

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There’s always a better way to do business

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Here’s what I believe. There’s always a better way to do business. Whether you have a great workplace or a toxic one, it can always be better. And it’s become a business imperative, especially now. Running a healthy organization is no longer optional for success.

This is the purpose of the Health Work & Wellness™ Conference – creating better workplaces. I’m getting excited about hearing what each of this year’s speakers have to say, because they believe in creating better places to work, too. They have all put considerable energy and resources into moving their organizations from good to great, or from toxic to non-toxic.

The challenge for all of us is to ask the hard questions. What will it take to create my vision of a better place to work? How can I shape the culture in my workplace or department to be one where people can be at their best? What will I have to eliminate or add in order to do this? As we all know, culture change is much more difficult than simply implementing programs. It takes time and courage, but the results are much more rewarding.

On October 4-6, get out of the office! Come and join a few hundred like-minded individuals at Conference 2011 who want to create healthy change. We’ll be engaging in some stimulating discussion and connecting with new people. The big ideas will be flowing! And we’ll all be finding a better way to work.

Deborah Connors

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Posted by: deborahconnors on September 17th, 2011


What People Say

“For two years in a row this has been one of the best conferences that I have ever attended.” — Conference 2013 Delegate