Date: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 AM EST
Location: Zoom (link to be provided upon registration)
The COVID-19 pandemic has, no doubt, underlined the strong relationship between work and personal well-being. Whether we are faced with mental health challenges personally, or at the workplace as an employer, supervisor, or concerned colleague, we all have a vested interest in helping develop and sustain a healthy workplace culture.
On behalf of our guest speaker Mike Stroh, Founder & Director of Starts With Me, we hope that you are able to join us for this interactive webinar on workplace mental health.
* Image used with permission from Starts With Me Inc.
In addition, Mike will discuss the financial impacts of mental health issues in the workplace: "65% of managers/supervisors say they could do their job more effectively if they found ways to more easily manage distressed employees." (Ipsos Reid, 2012).
About Our Speaker
Mike Stroh, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Director, Starts With Me Inc.
Mike is the founder of Starts With Me, a consultancy specializing in K-12 education and workplace mental health. Starts With Me helps to create mentally healthy, connected, effective and purpose driven teams.
Over the years Starts With Me has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands like Amazon, Hyundai, Arc’teryx, the City of Toronto, and Canada’s largest school boards.
Mike was on a team that received the 2019 innovative, exemplary practice award in mental health and student leadership from the TCDSB and Arc’teryx chose him as one of their Toronto “Global Problem Solvers” for his use of design thinking to solve complex social issues.
Mike has been featured in different national news broadcasts discussing a variety of mental health & addiction related topics. Through live events, presentations and workshops, Starts With Me has presented to over 100,000 people and launched the first ever Mental Health Innovation Festival, “State Of Mind”.
He sits on the Ontario Drug Policy Research Networks Citizens Advisory Panel and the Parent Mental Health & Wellbeing Committee for the Toronto District School Board.
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