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Effectively Leading Positive Impacts on Psychological Safety in the Workplace

A special podcast mini-series hosted and produced by The Boiling Point in partnership with UNB College of Extended Learning and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services.

We are beyond excited to announce a special mini-series we will produce in partnership with UNB College of Extended Learning and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services. Greg Hemmings will be taking a break from hosting duties to run our soundboard (and get some quality time with the new addition to his family) while Dave Veale will be co-hosting with our guest host and friend Dr Bill Howatt.

In our first announcement episode, you’ll learn about why we feel the topic of Shifting the Employee Experience is such a meaningful discussion area to explore. You’ll get to know Dr. Bill’s background and his motivation for getting involved in our podcasting world and learn all about our incredible partners who are sponsoring this mini-series.

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You Learn When You Are Uncomfortable

You Learn When You Are Uncomfortable

Most important thing we can do when it comes to mental health is to talk to each other and listen to each other with no preconceptions or judgements. 

Who Have You Helped Be Successful Today?

Who Have You Helped Be Successful Today?

Stuart MacLean builds on Dr Bill Howatt’s article around authentic leadership by highlighting his philosophy he’s learned over his career path of always asking yourself who have you helped be successful today?

Compassion In A Time Of Crisis

Compassion In A Time Of Crisis

Alexya tells us all about the efforts happening on the ground and how businesses and employees are taking on leadership roles with their donations.

Deal With Workplace Bullies

Deal With Workplace Bullies

Employers and employees alike need to seriously acknowledge the mental injuries that happen from bullying in the workplace.

Meet Our Hosts Dave and Bill

Dave Veale

Dave Veale

C.E.C., P.C.C., Founder & CEO Vision Coaching Inc.

Luctor et Emergo – ‘Struggle and Emerge’

An entrepreneur to the core, Dave co-founded Profiles Global (Atlantic) Inc. in 2002 to support human resources processes in the workplace. While working closely with human resources professionals it became clear that there was a solid requirement for executive coaching at all levels of management in small, medium and large organizations – and Dave’s clients were asking him for coaching. In response to this growing need, Dave completed coaching training at Royal Roads University and founded Vision Coaching Inc., which now boasts a growing roster of experienced, credentialed coaches who share Dave’s vision and passion for coaching leaders.

Vision Coaching’s clients range from entrepreneurs to executives of multinational corporations. They come from a wide range of industries across North America, Europe and Asia in private and public sector organizations such as Xerox, RCI/Wyndham, Irving Oil, University of New Brunswick, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Government of New Brunswick, Atlantic Wholesalers and more.

In 2008, Vision Coaching earned the Board of Trade’s Outstanding Achievement Award as an “Emerging Enterprise”. Dave is a board member of the International Coach Federation (New Brunswick chapter) and is regularly invited to speak to learners in the Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching Program at Royal Roads University, the University of New Brunswick’s MBA program, as well as several local and national organizations.

In 2011, Dave received the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential, a prestigious designation for a proven coach with at least 750 hours of client coaching experience.

Originally from the Yukon, Dave now resides in southern New Brunswick with his wife and children.

Dr Bill Howatt

Dr Bill Howatt

Founder and President of HowattHR author of Stop Hiding and Start Living: How to say F-IT to Fear and Develop Mental Fitness

Dr. Howatt, a behavioural scientist, is known as one of Canada’s top experts in mental health issues in the workplace and has more than 30 years of experience in the field of mental health, addiction, and HR consulting. As a highly-respected columnist for the Globe and Mail, author, clinician, consultant and speaker.

Dr. Howatt is the creator of Pathway to Coping, Certified Management Essentials and Mental Fitness Practice for the University of New Brunswick. He is also co-leading a three year action study with WSPS out of Ontario and the Conference Board of Canada on how to create a psychological safe workplace.

He is Chair of CSA Standard 21008: Management of Substance Related Impairment in the Workplace. Dr. Howatt is a member of the International Research Advisory Council (IRAC) at Pacific Coast University of Workplace Health Sciences (PCU-WHS).

Dr. Howatt has filled the roles as Chief of Research Workforce Productivity for the Conference Board of Canada and Chief of Research and Development, Workforce Productivity at Morneau Shepell where he launched a total health consulting strategy designed to improve health engagement and productivity in Canadian organizations.

He has published numerous over 40 books and 400 articles, such as The Coping Crisis, Pathway to Coping, the Wiley Series on addictions, The Human Services Counseling Toolbox, and The Addiction Counselor’s Desk Reference. He is a regular contributor to The Globe and Mail 9 to 5 and Leadership Lab columns and The Chronicle Herald.

Bill Howatt, is Ph.D., Ed.D., Post Doctorate Behavioral Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, RTC, RSW, ICADC.

Learn More On His Website

Meet Our Hosts Dave and Bill

Dave Veale

Dave Veale

C.E.C., P.C.C., Founder & CEO Vision Coaching Inc.

Luctor et Emergo – ‘Struggle and Emerge’

An entrepreneur to the core, Dave co-founded Profiles Global (Atlantic) Inc. in 2002 to support human resources processes in the workplace. While working closely with human resources professionals it became clear that there was a solid requirement for executive coaching at all levels of management in small, medium and large organizations – and Dave’s clients were asking him for coaching. In response to this growing need, Dave completed coaching training at Royal Roads University and founded Vision Coaching Inc., which now boasts a growing roster of experienced, credentialed coaches who share Dave’s vision and passion for coaching leaders.

Vision Coaching’s clients range from entrepreneurs to executives of multinational corporations. They come from a wide range of industries across North America, Europe and Asia in private and public sector organizations such as Xerox, RCI/Wyndham, Irving Oil, University of New Brunswick, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Government of New Brunswick, Atlantic Wholesalers and more.

In 2008, Vision Coaching earned the Board of Trade’s Outstanding Achievement Award as an “Emerging Enterprise”. Dave is a board member of the International Coach Federation (New Brunswick chapter) and is regularly invited to speak to learners in the Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching Program at Royal Roads University, the University of New Brunswick’s MBA program, as well as several local and national organizations.

In 2011, Dave received the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential, a prestigious designation for a proven coach with at least 750 hours of client coaching experience.

Originally from the Yukon, Dave now resides in southern New Brunswick with his wife and children.

Dr Bill Howatt

Dr Bill Howatt

Founder and President of HowattHR author of Stop Hiding and Start Living: How to say F-IT to Fear and Develop Mental Fitness

Dr. Howatt, a behavioural scientist, is known as one of Canada’s top experts in mental health issues in the workplace and has more than 30 years of experience in the field of mental health, addiction, and HR consulting. As a highly-respected columnist for the Globe and Mail, author, clinician, consultant and speaker.

Dr. Howatt is the creator of Pathway to Coping, Certified Management Essentials and Mental Fitness Practice for the University of New Brunswick. He is also co-leading a three year action study with WSPS out of Ontario and the Conference Board of Canada on how to create a psychological safe workplace.

He is Chair of CSA Standard 21008: Management of Substance Related Impairment in the Workplace. Dr. Howatt is a member of the International Research Advisory Council (IRAC) at Pacific Coast University of Workplace Health Sciences (PCU-WHS).

Dr. Howatt has filled the roles as Chief of Research Workforce Productivity for the Conference Board of Canada and Chief of Research and Development, Workforce Productivity at Morneau Shepell where he launched a total health consulting strategy designed to improve health engagement and productivity in Canadian organizations.

He has published numerous over 40 books and 400 articles, such as The Coping Crisis, Pathway to Coping, the Wiley Series on addictions, The Human Services Counseling Toolbox, and The Addiction Counselor’s Desk Reference. He is a regular contributor to The Globe and Mail 9 to 5 and Leadership Lab columns and The Chronicle Herald.

Bill Howatt, is Ph.D., Ed.D., Post Doctorate Behavioral Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, RTC, RSW, ICADC.

Learn More On His Website

Thank you to our partners!

Shifting the Employee Experience is presented in partnership with the University of New Brunswick College of Extended Learning, featuring the online High Impact Corporate Learning Program! Workplace health, safety, wellness and leadership are competencies that significantly impact a workforce. Strength in these areas is crucial for success in a corporate environment. Build capacity of your entire team with specialized courses! UNB Online! Learn more! Visit go.unb.ca/iclp-podcast

https://www.unb.ca/cel/

Every worker. Healthy and safe. Every day.

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services is a not-for-profit organization committed to protecting workers and businesses. WSPS serves the manufacturing, agricultural and service sectors in Ontario supporting over 167,000 member firms and 4.1 million workers. WSPS offers unparalleled health and safety expertise, consulting, training and resources. Our mandate includes helping businesses understand their risks and legal obligations to stay in compliance and build safer workplaces.

www.wsps.ca