Bottom Line Conference 2017 – Vancouver, BC
Bottom Line Conference 2017, Canada’s top conference on workplace mental health, is coming up fast.
Taking place February 21-22, 2017 at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel, this year’s theme is Transforming Workplace Culture: Agents and Allies.
From the CMHA:
The conference provides an opportunity to share real experiences and successes while working towards the common goal of transforming Canadian workplaces into psychologically safe and supportive places where everyone can work safely and thrive. Themes include legalization of cannabis, addiction, burnout, trauma, and resiliency.
Hear from agents of change like author and advocate Brigit Schulte, who challenges us to conceptualize work differently and to be courageous in developing new norms in the workplace.
On each day, to ensure you leave with practical skills to take back to your workplace, the conference will break mid-day for a two hour workshop. This year’s conference offers multiple workshop streams tailored to your needs.”
View the full program here.
Canada’s top conference on workplace mental health
For 14 years, CMHA’s Bottom Line Conference has been bringing together a rich community of business leaders and workers, union representatives, policy makers and researchers to share their expertise and ideas and discuss ways in which to improve mental health in Canadian workplaces.
Register today! Early bird ends Friday, January 13
The past two events have sold out – register soon! For the best value, take advantage of our group and early bird rates by registering by next Friday, January 13.
Learn more and register at www.bottomlineconference.ca.