Psychological Safety & The Future of Work:

Reflecting Back to Propel Forward in 2020

Mary Ann Baynton recently joined Dr. Geoff Soloway, Founder of MindWell U, to speak about building psychologically healthy and safe workplaces. Their conversation covered:​

 

Mary Ann Baynton works with employers, organizations, unions, teams, and associations who wish to improve, address or resolve workplace challenges related to individual or organizational mental health issues.

 

As a workplace relations specialist, Mary Ann helps resolve issues for individuals, teams and organizations including those involving mental health, psychological safety, conflict or performance concerns. She focuses on helping people get unstuck, move beyond problems, reclaim dignity, preserve civility, restore productivity, and improve working lives.

She has served as co-chair of the Technical Committee for the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, a member of the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Workforce Advisory Committee, and a member of the Employment Standards Committee for the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

 

Mary Ann also proudly serves as the Director of Strategy and Collaboration for Workplace Strategies for Mental Health which provides free, practical ideas, tools and resources to help with the prevention, intervention and management of workplace mental health issues.

Interested in learning how you could use the MindWell Challenge to help build
psychological health and safety in your organization?
Book a consultation today!

Webinar Highlights

How has workplace mental health changed in the last decade?

What is the first question leaders must ask themselves before making decisions?

Breathing in second hand stress

Psychologically Safe Leaders' Assessment

Plan-Do-Check-Act: psychological safety as part of occupational health & afety

The role of unions in psychological safety

If you enjoyed this webinar and would like to hear more from Mary Ann Baynton and the work she does, you can visit her website to purchase one of her many publications!  

Other helpful resources:

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When the boss may have a mental health issue

It's not about being nice, it's about competing: from intervention to prevention

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