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Workplace Resiliency Is Needed Now More Than Ever Before!
Pre COVID-19, the data suggested that we were on the verge of a mental health crisis among entrepreneurs and leaders in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Canada - and around the world.  

This is a huge concern to all of us, because 99.8% of all Canadian businesses are SMEs, who employ 89.6% of the total private sector workforce.  SMEs contribute 52.5% to Canadian private sector GDP, and 85.3% of all new jobs in Canada are created by SMEs.  Entrepreneurs and small businesses also build community, with $68 of every $100 spent in small businesses kept in community.  

The bottom line?  

When SMEs and entrepreneurs have resiliency, wellbeing and mental health, the country can experience economic health.

The challenge is that for many SMEs - along with leaders and executives - “mental health” and resiliency in the workplace is a black box.  They don’t fully understand it, how to support it, or have the tools for creating a psychologically safe workplace that drives engagement and critical business outcomes.  This Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency changes all of that, and provides leaders and teams in either the for-profit or not-for-profit sector with the tools, strategies, and support needed.
In this 8-module online Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency...
Connie Jakab and Abe Brown explore resiliency, wellbeing, and mental health in the context of the workplace, and how to create a psychologically safe environment that supports your business objectives.  

This Masterclass is for anyone in leadership or management, or anyone who works with people in a significant way.  This 8-module Online Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency will explore the following: 
  • Personal Resilience and Managing Your Own Mental Health,
  • The Grief Response and Leading People Through It,
  • Leadership Through Trauma and Team-Building Tactics In Crisis,
  • Communication Skills In Crisis,
  • Business Resilience and Supporting Team Mental Health,
  • Maintaining Creativity and Innovation In Crisis,
  • ​Tough Conversations, and
  • ​Teaching Team Mental Health and Self Care Strategies In Crisis
Your hosts, Connie Jakab and Abe Brown
Connie and Abe bring several decades of entrepreneurship, for-profit and not-for-profit leadership, and mental health expertise to the table.  
Connie Jakab
Connie Jakab
Senior Manager, Wellbeing
Wellness Innovate
Connie Jakab has been working in the area of resilience for over 20 years. Starting with youth at risk and gangs in East Vancouver, Connie has been researching what creates resilience and mental wellness her entire career through a sociological lens. She has owned three companies and is the author of three books on her research. Connie has spoken on stages all over North America, impacting audiences with her passion and compassion.
Abe Brown
Abe Brown, MBA
CEO, Wellness Innovate
Abe Brown, MBA, CMCT, CPHSA is the Coach’s Coach, and is an Entrepreneur, Professional Speaker, International Best-Selling Author, and High-Performance Leadership Coach. He is also the President of the Certified Coaches Federation, which is one of the top Life and Executive Coaching organizations in the world, the President of the Healthy Wealthy and Wise Corporation, the CEO of Wellness Innovate Corp, and the CEO of Momentum Coaching.

Abe has also started or led several businesses and non-profits into the tens of millions of dollars, and has worked in the entrepreneur space, the corporate space, and the non-profit space at Senior Executive levels. As President of the Certified Coaches Federation, Abe has trained and certified thousands of Life Coaches and Executive Coaches in North America and around the world. Abe is focused on coaching leaders, executives and entrepreneurs towards high-performance, resilience, and over-the-top results in both life and business. He is also focused on workplace mental health and changing the world by changing the workplace. Abe has also been a professional speaker for over two decades, has spoken professionally in 4 continents and over 20 countries around the world, and has spoke to audiences of two people to tens of thousands. Abe earned a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business, and a Master’s in Religious Education and Counselling from California State Christian University.
The entire
8-module online Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency
comes in both
 VIDEO
FORMAT
 AUDIO
FORMAT
Each module averages over 30 minutes, and is downloadable to your device.  
You also receive a PDF copy of the slide presentation for each module. 

The cost for this 8-module online
Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency
is ONLY $247,
and can be shared with your teams.
Here is a more
detailed breakdown:
topic
Facilitator
1. Personal Resilience and Managing Your Own Mental Health:
  • Finding safety in times of stress,
  • Caring for others while not forgetting about yourself,
  • Accepting the worst while aiming for the best,
  • ​Authentic social connection in an era of physical distancing,
  • ​The science of resilience and simple approaches for developing it,
  • ​Effective strategies for building resilience and overall mental health.
“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” – Glenn Close

Facilitator

Abe Brown
2. The Grief Response and Leading People Through It:
  • The neurological, physiological, and emotional changes triggered by grief,
  • The impact of grief on our workflow and productivity,
  • The case for compassion, and elevating empathy,
  • How leaders show up in times of grief and loss,
  • ​Simple strategies for productivity and workflow in grief.
“Mental health…is not a destination, but a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you’re going.” – Noam Shpancer, PhD

Facilitator

Connie Jakab
3. Leadership Through Trauma and Team-Building Tactics In Crisis
  • What exactly is trauma, and how does it impact people, leaders, and teams?
  • The unique relationship between COVID-19 and trauma,
  • The connection between our career, money - and our mental health,
  • ​Shaping our personal response to trauma,
  • ​How leaders can show up in times of trauma: The case for compassion and empathy,
  • ​A safety plan for leading through trauma at the personal, team, and leader levels,​
  • Simple strategies and tactics for team building in times of trauma.
“Strong people alone know how to organize their suffering so as to bear only the most necessary pain.” – Emil Dorian

Facilitator

Abe Brown
4. Communication Skills In Crisis:
  • Transparency and vulnerability vs evasion and the blame-game,
  • Kindness in and through communication,
  • Learning to disarm with the power of empathy,
  • Uncovering the meaning behind the words,
  • Name it in order to tame it,
  • ​Discovering how to know what you need - and how to ask for it?
“Who you are is speaking so loudly that I can’t hear what you’re saying.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Facilitator

Connie Jakab
5. Business Resilience and Supporting Team Mental Health:
  • Cultivating the personal resilience that leads to leader and business resilience,
  • The “T.H.R.I.V.E.” Model of Business Resilience,
  • Strategies for staying connected to your customers through crisis, and
  • ​Creating an environment of Psychological Safety for your team.
"They tried to bury us, but they didn’t know that we were seeds.” – Wisdom Proverb

Facilitator

Abe Brown
6. Maintaining Creativity and Innovation In Crisis
  • Is it possible to be creative in crisis?
  • What brings out creativity when crisis hits?
  • What sort of connections cause creativity and innovation to thrive?
  • Strategic tools which enhance your creativity, 
  • How you can expand your mind to think past what you’ve always done, and 
  • ​Creativity and Innovation Hacks Through COVID-19
“Creativity does not wait for the perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moment out of ordinary moments – and even crisis. Crisis can create profound creativity.”
– Abe Brown

Facilitator

Connie Jakab
7. Tough Conversations:
  • Engaging tough conversations, including giving honest and productive feedback,
  • Maintaining Respect and Truth, the hallmarks of every tough conversation that is effective,
  • How accountability accelerates productivity,
  • ​How kindness comes through clarity, while a lack of clarity is inherently unkind,
  • ​The power of empathy to connect to the emotions that underpin an experience,
  • ​How to know you are in the right place to have a tough conversation and give feedback,
  • ​Using the “C.H.A.I.R.” Model for having tough conversations.
“Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters.”

Facilitator

Abe Brown
8. Teaching Team Mental Health and Self Care Strategies In Crisis:
  • Removing toxicity from the workplace,
  • The positive impact of psychological safety,
  • The dynamics of a healthy team that creates mental wellness for all,
  • Keeping morale high in teams,
  • Foundational self care strategies that build inner strength,
  • Functional self-care: no bubble baths required,
  • ​Flourishing self-care practices done by few that make all the difference,
  • ​Teaching self-care to your team.
“Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love.” – Brené Brown 

Facilitator

Connie Jakab
10% of Net Proceeds from this Masterclass on Workplace Resiliency will be donated to the Calgary Dream Centre.
 The Calgary Dream Centre is focused on Mental Health and Addiction, along with Restoring Dignity, Discovering Destiny, and Realizing Dreams. Please check out the Calgary Dream Centre right here: https://calgarydreamcentre.com/
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