|Date:||August 26, 2022|
|Time:||11:00 am to 12:00 pm MTN|
|Focus:||Mental Health and Wellness Other|
About this Learning Opportunity
Our brains are designed to function best with a delicate balance of monotony and change. This, of course, is not what work and life throws at us. So, how can we set ourselves and our teams up to thrive in periods of change?
In this talk, Dr. Lisa Bélanger explores the behaviours we can implement to optimize our ability to think clearly, be productive, resilient, stay driven, and avoid being overwhelmed. Drawing on psychology, behavioural science, and neuroscience, she'll walk you through how to set up your environment, community, and teams to perform well in high-stress situations and when under long-term stress; and how to use simple tools to increase mental strength and performance in periods of change.
About the Facilitator
An organization’s greatest asset is its people. Dr. Lisa Bélanger is an award-winning researcher who helps leaders and teams optimize performance, productivity, and innovation through leading-edge scientific research. Accessible and easy to understand, Bélanger’s shares practical strategies that allow for immediate implementation of habits, skills, and work design that result in long-term and sustainable happiness, productivity, and overall well-being.
With a PhD in behavioural medicine, Bélanger is the CEO of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm that supports leaders and teams in maximizing their mental capacity and performance. She is also an executive MBA and a certified exercise physiologist and high performance specialist.
Prior to the pandemic, Bélanger was traveling the world to explore workplace culture, wellness, and leadership. Drawing from her lived experience as well as data collected, Bélanger created and now hosts the popular podcast, “The Science of Work.” She is also the author of two books: Inspire Me Well: Finding Motivation to Take Control of Your Health and A Cup of Mindfulness: For the Busy and the Restless.
Bélanger is also the founder of the national charity, Knight’s Cabin, which offers wellness programming to cancer survivors.