A healthy workplace is at the heart of innovation

Transcript: A Healthy Workplace Is At the Heart of Innovation

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Innovation 2020: A healthy workplace is at the heart of innovation

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Inclusiveness

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Ministerial engagement

Events with inspiring speakers

Departmental committee

Eye-catching branding

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ISED was inspired by Camille Bérubé and Jason Dunkerley, Canadian Paralympians.

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(Minister Bains followed by Minister Chagger, both against a grey background and identified by their full ministerial titles in onscreen text)

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Ministerial engagement

What is inclusiveness?

Minister Bains:

I believe that we all have a role to play in promoting inclusiveness in Canadian society.

Minister Chagger:

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You are all champions of inclusiveness in Canada, and for this I applaud you.

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Conflict prevention

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Presentations

Confidential consultations

Coaching and facilitation

Toolkit

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Respectful and healthy workplace

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Toolkit

Wiki

Noon-hour fitness

Bootcamp and yoga

(Man speaking during a conference, identified in onscreen text as Dr. Jean-Luc LeBlanc, Clinical Psychologist—Occupational Health)

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Mental Health Experts Panel

Dr. Jean-Luc LeBlanc:

You don’t have much control over how to manage it—the time, the limits or the resources. As you cut down the control, then you reduce the reward.

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Patrick Dion:

For those who are courageous enough to self-identify, one in five is certainly an astonishing figure in and of itself.

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Noon-hour fitness

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Bootcamp and yoga

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