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UPCOMING EVENT – Strengthening Workplace Mental Health: Navigating The Post-Pandemic World

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The future of work has never been more uncertain, and the challenges following the COVID pandemic have reshaped our workplaces in unprecedented ways. Join us for a trailblazing conference that will reshape your perspective on the post-COVID workplace landscape!

This event brings together leading experts and thought leaders to share their insights on creating a supportive and resilient work environment in the post-pandemic landscape. Participants will be provided with innovative strategies, best practices, and actionable solutions to boost employee well-being, enhance productivity, and foster a positive workplace culture.

What you’ll Experience

  • In-depth discussions on workforce sustainability
  • Practical strategies for resilience
  • Networking opportunities with industry peers
  • Insights into the future of work in Canada
  • Inspiration from Olympic excellence

Join keynote Speakers:

Stephen Harrington
Stephen Harrington

Stephen is a Partner in Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting group, and the national leader for Workforce Strategy and Future of Work advisory. Stephen has been a writer, speaker, and advisor on the future of work and the workplace of the future since 2011. With over 20 years’ experience in Consulting, Stephen leads transformations in workforce strategy that enable Deloitte’s clients to feel personal purpose and impact, as the business drives improved results. Stephen’s work is focused on building workforce strategies that deliver not only improved employee experience but also business benefits in the form of improved productivity and bottom-line savings. Deploying workforce strategies, he has worked in the fields of attraction and retention / employee value proposition, compensation, succession management, competency modeling, workforce planning and leadership development.

Tessa Virtue
Tessa Virtue

Tessa Virtue is a celebrated Olympian and the most decorated figure skater in history. Having retired from skating, Tessa joined Deloitte as an Executive Advisor, working with the firm’s senior leaders and their clients to translate her learning and experience as a world-class, high-performance athlete to the corporate world. Specifically, Tessa has been a key member of a team creating a new approach to working with organizations to help them and their people operate in a state of performance, allowing individuals to feel and perform at their best while also elevating the performance of teams and business units.

Drawing parallels to her experience with pressure, competition and different approaches to training and coaching, Tessa shares important lessons in mental health and well-being, both as an accomplished speaker and an advisor. Tessa is a member of the Order of Canada. She has her MBA from the Smith School of Business and a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Tara Van Zuiden
Tara Van Zuiden

Tara Van Zuiden is Deloitte’s National Workforce Development Lead and an executive advisor to clients across the country in the areas of how to unlock the full potential of their workforces through building learning cultures and developing authentic, future focused leaders who create positive environments for growth.

Presentation: Landscape of Workplace Mental Health Through a Researcher’s Lens

  • Date: April 9, 2024
  • Location: Hyatt Regency Vancouver, BC
  • Duration: 8:00 am – 4:30 PM


Join us one day early for an entire session of The Working Mind Manager or Mental Health First Aid Standard, hosted by our world-class facilitators. These two optional pre-conference courses will take place the day before on Monday, April 8th, 2024.

Special Room Rate!

Book your hotel room using the special conference rate of $238 per night (standard Double). To view available rooms and to book, please click here.

Presenting Sponsor:

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