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Enhancing Workplace Wellness through COVID times with Connie Jakab
April 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
EASTER SPECIAL: 2-for-1!
When you purchase your ticket to this event, we will follow up with you to get the name and email of your guest, and we’ll send them their link to attend this event at no extra cost!
Without a doubt, COVID-19 has had an impact on our mental health. Let’s learn how we can navigate some of the challenges and learn to accept the changes we face due to this global pandemic. Starting from the workplace and working into our personal lives.
In this workshop participants will get a chance to experience how mental HEALTH can be accelerated in their personal lives. We will dive in to the importance of connection to:
- meaningful work
Come find out how you can be more resilient than you’ve imagined.
This is presented via Zoom and will be available as a recording to anyone who purchases a ticket in advance, even if you are unable to attend in person. You will be able to ask questions live during the presentation.
NOTE: This event is eligible for 1 CFRE education point.
The link to join the Zoom presentation will be sent via email. Please contact AFP Calgary at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
About Connie Jakab:
Connie Jakab is the Senior Manager of Wellness at Wellness Innovate. Starting her resilience career over 20 years ago with street gang youth in East Vancouver, Connie has dedicated her career to finding root causes of mental health and addiction. After working with youth for over two decades and seeing the increase in anxiety and depression, she moved to workplace mental health where the greatest impact could be made to create change. She looks at the solutions to mental health concerns through a sociological lens. She also started the Brave Parent Institute where she is helping families through mental health concerns. She is also the author of “Bring Them Closer – Calling parents to courage in the mental health crisis”. She is a sought after speaker for her authenticity and humor. She lives in Calgary with her husband and two boys.