In every organization, knowledge is power
Workplace Learning solutions help you build a more resilient workplace culture for the future of work
Having a resilient workplace culture matters
Resilient cultures are built on three key pillars:
Maintaining a strong focus on the mental health and wellbeing of employees and leaders.
Ensuring respect, diversity and inclusion at the heart of everything an organization does.
Equipping leaders at all levels with the skills and tools to support their teams and lead organizational change.
Resilient organizations are more adaptive, agile and can sustain their competitive advantage over time. They are better positioned to overcome disruptions and challenges, as well as helping employees manage their wellbeing and emotional stress.
Resilient organizations use workplace learning strategically
To build a resilient culture and achieve your organizational goals, your teams and leaders need to build critical skills and competencies. That means learning must become part of your strategic planning using both internal and external insights:
Insights into the future of work
Employee expectations and engagement
Your own organization’s needs and goals around leadership skills, mental health and wellbeing
Effective workplace learning is not a series of "one-and-done" events; rather, it is an ongoing strategic effort to create behaviour change, drive employee engagement, and achieve organizational goals.
Why choose Workplace Learning solutions
We’re able to confidently help you do all of this because:
By focusing on building a more resilient culture, you will be able to:
- Create a productive, mentally healthy work environment
- Build a respectful, diverse and inclusive workplace
- Attract and retain talent
Look at our award-winning programs to build your resilient workplace culture.
Workplace Learning Presents
A thought leadership series with trusted experts, brought to you by TELUS Health (formerly LifeWorks)
You are invited to a virtual, interactive fireside chat with Caroline Codsi to honour Arab Heritage Month entitled: Opening the Door: Self Advocacy and Arab Allyship in the Workplace. Our distinguished speaker will share not only what inspires her day-to-day, but the nuanced pressures in the workplace and in society at large that this community experiences. Caroline will take a deep dive into how we can come together as a community to celebrate and empower one another.
April 18th 1 pm EST