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Leave no one behind: A total approach to workplace mental health
World Mental Health Day on October 10th is a chance to pause and reflect on what mental health care means for us as individuals, for the teams we lead, the workplaces we contribute to, and the world we live in.

Without question, there has never been a greater need for attention to and prioritization of mental health. More people need support, and organizations worldwide are making employee mental health a strategic imperative to the overall health and success of their business. So, how do workplace mental health solutions need to evolve to meet the increasing needs of diverse workforces?

Stéphane Grenier, Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired), Canadian Armed Forces and Mental Health Innovator, through his 20 years of experience in workplace mental health and multiple deployments in and out of war zones over the course of his 30-year military career, has gained a unique perspective on what works to improve mental health outcomes. It comes down to focusing on an organization’s greatest – yet largest untapped - asset: PEOPLE.

You’ll also be part of an exclusive preview of LifeWorks Total Mental Health. Paula Allen, Global Leader and SVP, Research and Total Wellbeing, will share how LifeWorks is changing the way mental health care is delivered to respond to new realities and challenges. Make sure to register now for this world-preview just in time for World Mental Health Day!

Oct 4, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stéphane Grenier
Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired), Canadian Forces @Mental Health Innovators
When it comes to mental health, Stéphane Grenier walks the talk. He was recently appointed to the Order of Canada and awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by the University of Guelph and Humber College for his contributions to the field of workplace mental health. Stéphane’s riveting keynotes are not only thought-provoking, but also lead to tangible action and sustainable change for those leaders who are prepared to rethink how they support their people. His autobiography, After the War: Surviving PTSD and Changing Mental Health Culture, tells his story from the day he landed in the midst of the Rwandan genocide, through his journey of changing mental health culture in the Canadian military, developing national guidelines for peer support with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, all the way to creating Mental Health Innovations (MHI); a consultancy that leads innovative and sustainable change in organizations to enhance the mental health of their people.
Paula Allen
Global Leader and SVP, Research and Total Wellbeing @LifeWorks