COVID-19 Conversations: Leadership in Times of Uncertainty - Feed Your Brain Lunch and Learn Series

Publication Type: 
Webinar Presentations
Mental Health
New and Young Workers

Skills that make a difference

On June 24, 2020, Workplace Safety North hosted a webinar, “COVID-19 Conversations: Leadership in Times of Uncertainty,” as part of the free monthly Feed Your Brain lunch and learn webinar series to discuss the most pressing issues we are all facing.
The webinar features Nadine Trodel, Health and Safety Specialist at Workplace Safety North, and lead of the WSN Leadership+ program that equips current and aspiring leaders with critical knowledge and skills to help their organization succeed.


YouTube video: 
COVID-19 Conversations: Leadership in Times of Uncertainty
Topics discussed:
  • How to lead in a crisis
  • The power of observation to quickly learn and adapt to a new environment
  • Skills that make a difference to influence, enable, and inspire
  • How to engage the workforce from the frontline to the executive suite
The webinar is hosted by Angele Poitras, Community Engagement Specialist and Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor, Workplace Safety North.
About WSN Feed Your Brain Lunch and Learn Series: Once a month in May, June, July and August, the ‘COVID-19 Conversations’ series features a free webinar on issues related to the current global pandemic, including; leadership and workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing, and back-to-work planning. 


COVID-19 Public Resources – Public Health Ontario 
Mental health and wellness: 
Workplace Mental Health Resources – Workplace Safety North 
COVID-19 and Mental Health @ Work – Government of Canada  
COVID-19 Resources – Mental Health Commission of Canada  
The Mental Health Meter – Canadian Mental Health Association  
What’s Your Stress Index – Canadian Mental Health Association  
Work Life Balance Quiz – Canadian Mental Health Association  
Wellness Together e-mental health supports and access to virtual counselling services to everyone in Canada – Government of Canada 
Anti-racism resources from Ontario Human Rights Commission: 
Call it Out: Racism, Racial Discrimination and Human - e-learning awareness training