Q&A with Elaine Froese, recipient of the 150 Manitoba Women Trailblazer Award

In late January 2021, Elaine Froese was named a recipient of the 150 Manitoba Women Trailblazer Award, presented by the Nellie McClung Foundation. Posthumously, her mother, Lois Edie, who passed away suddenly in 1998 at age 65, also received the… READ MORE

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An Open Letter to Your CEO

Does your workplace make you happy? Do you know what your business’ most valuable asset is? Human Capacity Expert and Author Matt Johnson does…and it’s time for leaders to take note. Are you doing enough to take care of your greatest… READ MORE

3 ways to re-frame Resolutions and gain Goal Clarity for 2019

Success-Energy Strategist and Change Agent Michelle Cederberg has some advice on creating resolutions that will help us accomplish what we set out to do – and we can start any time of year.   “Goals. There’s no telling what you can… READ MORE

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Depression: Learn How To Identify Yourself, Not Others

Resilience Expert and Mental Health Advocate Kevin Rempel has faced both physical and mental health challenges firsthand. After going through some of the hardest times imaginable, today he has an outlook and a methodology that help him keep himself positive and self-aware…. READ MORE

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They’re Stressed, But You Can Help: Tips to Help Manage Employee Stress

The clock is ticking down on a big deadline. There’s a meeting next week with a big potential customer. The finish line on a major project is approaching. Work-life balance is out of sync. There’s no shortage of stressors on… READ MORE

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Winnipeg a City United by its Strengths

In this era of reconciliation we are all looking for ways to build leadership through understanding and bringing people together. We are happy to post this past article by Kevin Chief who shares stories that help engage and inspire us… READ MORE

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Stress Less: 3 Reasons to Work with a Wellness-focused Speaker’s Bureau

You’ve got a lot on your plate. In addition to your usual day-to-day tasks, you’re planning a big corporate event. There’s the venue to book, the day’s agenda to map out, and speakers to book – don’t forget about the… READ MORE

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Four Ways to Provide Employee Mental Health Support in the Workplace

Mental illness in the workplace is a serious issue. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, mental illnesses cost Canadian businesses billions of dollars due to absenteeism, disability, and lost productivity. They also have a negative impact on relationships at… READ MORE

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ACT: A Mental Health Strategy for Overcoming Obstacles

We all know that good mental health is crucial to overall wellbeing. Everyday we are faced with challenges that can impede our wellbeing, from the people we meet, to the things that happen to us, to the actions we ourselves cause…. READ MORE