On February 26, 2014 Sharone Bar-David was a guest expert on an online town-hall meeting organized by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Ms. bar-David and Ms. Emma Pavlov, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at UHN (Canada’s largest healthcare provider) explored how organizations can build civility and respect into their DNA.
More than 300 professionals from across Canada attended the webinar.
This town-hall webinar forms part of a larger initiative to promote the groundbreaking new National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. The Standard was developed in response to growing awareness that workplace conditions can trigger or exacerbate mental illness, and the corresponding recognition that employers have a duty of care to provide an environment that supports mental health. Civility and Respect are crucial to any such environment.
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What Kind of Workplace Do You Really Want to Have?
Building Civility and Respect into Your Organization’s DNA
Join the (free) Mental Health Commission of Canada webinar on February 26, 2014, where you will hear Sharone Bar-David, a leading expert on workplace incivility, and Emma Pavlov, Senior Vice President at University Health Network (UHN) share their enlightening perspectives on Civility and Respect, identified as key to creating healthy work environments in the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. Sharone and Emma will share indispensable information, fundamental dilemmas and best practices related to workplace incivility (those seemingly insignificant rude behaviours that exist in every workplace) and other essential respect-related issues.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 12:00-1:00 p.m. E.T.
Sharone Bar-David, LLB MSW, President, Bar-David Consulting
Emma Pavlov, MBA, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Organizational Development, University Health Network