Be the Leader: Building Trust (FREE Webinar)
Ruthann Weeks, CIRS, Cultural Change Strategist
Certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor
Harmony In The Workplace Ltd.
Date & Time: October 14th, 1:00PM EST
Ruthann Weeks is a Cultural Change Strategist and founder of Harmony In The Workplace Ltd. She is a change agent whose efforts have helped to bring the importance of an abuse-free work environment to the forefront of public awareness. She is a best-selling author and gifted keynote speaker who delivers a powerful message about today’s workplace challenges.
Working as a Certified Information and Referral Specialist in the human service sector, Ruthann went on to graduate as a Human Resource Manager. She is a Certified Psychological Safety Advisor and specializes in diversity and inclusion, workplace bullying, sexual harassment, domestic violence and mental health.
- unpacking leadership vs. management, vision casting, 3D’s of leadership
- know yourself: exploring bias, emotional intelligence, communication
- know your team: active listening, empathy, be trauma informed
- creating an environment of psychological safety and providing support
Format: FREE Webinar
Be the Leader: Transforming workplace culture from “safe”, to “safer” using employee engagement as a key business strategy (FREE Webinar)
Christie Pelletier, MSc., Kinesiology, CRSP
Director, Corporate Safety and Healthy Services, City of Edmonton
Date & Time: October 21th, 1:00PM EST
Christie Pelletier is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional, a born and raised Newfoundlander, and has a Master of Science from Memorial University of Newfoundland. After heading west in 2011 Christie built her professional safety practice working with the many lines of business at the City of Edmonton and has had the privilege of being the Director of Corporate Safety and Health Services for the past 3 years. Christie is a passionate safety professional and believes that truly safe workplace cultures start with leadership commitment and must be reinforced daily in the practices and decisions that affect workers.
Organizations often set out to change their culture in order to improve workplace safety and health, become an employer of choice, and improve overall employee engagement. The relationship between workplace culture, engagement, and safety are related and thought to be difficult to untangle.
Format: FREE Webinar
Town Hall - September 23rd
Trevor Johnson (President of CSSE)
Date: Sep 23, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Town Hall - September 30
Date: Sep 30, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
On September 30, 2020, the last of our September Town Hall Meetings will be a special meeting of our membership. While the meeting will not include formal motions or voting of membership, it will be engaging and include membership polling to help determine the future direction of the Society. We will present the proposed new governance structure of the CSSE and review each of the components individually in order to get input and ensure understanding. We will finish the meeting off by launching our 2020 elections. We will also present the transitional process from our current Board to the proposed new composition. There will be a discussion about the structure and process for holding elections from Chapters to the National Board. This is an exciting time for our Society. Join us and provide your input and direction as we continue our journey towards a vibrant and sustainable CSSE organization.
If you have questions or would like additional information before September 30th, reach out to your Regional Vice President or any board member to connect.
Leading Indicators: Using Your Data to Enhance Your Future OHS Performance
Date: Jun 3, 2020 11:47 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)