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Cultivating a Healthy and Positive Workplace Culture for Remote Teams and Maintaining Mental Wellness

A healthy and positive workplace culture is one of the cornerstones for most businesses. But that workplace culture can change drastically when people are no longer able to come into work or see each other face-to-face. Engagement, morale, and productivity can all be impacted when our traditional work environment transitions to a remote team. Designed for team leaders and managers who are who are looking to gain useful skills, strategies and approaches to cultivate a positive and engaged workplace culture for remote workers.

Dr. Joti Samra, R. Psych., is a national thought leader on issues relating to psychological health, wellness and resilience. She is the CEO and Founder of MyWorkplaceHealth, a full-suite national workplace consulting firm, and Dr. Joti Samra, R. Psych & Associates, an expanding in-office and online (virtual) clinical counselling practice with offices located throughout BC. 

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