BILL HOWATT: Psychological safety and productivity

Bill Howatt (bhowatt@herald.ca) Published: Sep 10 at 7:34 p.m. in The Chronicle Herald  If asked to define what a psychologically safe relationship between an employee and manager would look like, you’re likely to come up with a definition that has a behavioural base. -123RF Science is a powerful lens for discovering innovations as well as the truth […]

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Psychological safety a critical element to a positive work experience

Bill Howatt (bhowatt@herald.ca) Ample research suggests that mental health is a growing concern in Canada, so employers can expect more employees will experience a mental health issue. In addition, changes in occupational health and safety legislation are influencing the psychological health and safety conversation.          Employers are beginning to focus on psychological safety […]

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3 Deaths Annually – Does That Matter, To You?

83,876 employed annually. 3 times more likely to be injured. 4,000 annual injuries. 3 annual deaths. These startling statistics belong to our employed, Saskatchewan youth. Something needs to change. Service Hospitality strives to bring awareness, education, and support to the youth of our province, to reduce their workplace injuries and deaths. For the 8th year […]

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