B2: Future Forward Workplaces: How do we get there?  
As we move from a pandemic to an endemic, the world of work has changed. We are now dealing with an echo pandemic of poor mental well-being, and an era of ‘the great contemplation’ as people evaluate their purpose in life, meaning and work. It’s also a time to envision how we can build a workplace that better serves and supports its people – our whole selves. Join us in an interactive session to learn a bit more about the factors that impact mental health at work, and how to build back better by diving into simple yet powerful ways that we can build a better future of work that is stronger than it was before. Come to this session prepared to brainstorm and share your vision, and leave with a list of ideas that you and your team can start working on when you get back to the office. 
Meet your Presenters

Bio to come.

Victoria Grainger, She/Her, MBA, BPE, CPHR, PTS, HWL

Victoria is an educator, entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, mom, and passionate advocate for the impact well-being has on performance. She is the founder of Wellness Works Canada, the only non-profit workplace health and performance association that empowers, educates, and supports organizational well-being practitioners and employers in building healthy, high-performing work cultures.


She has worked in the field of health promotion and population health for 20 years. She has supported countless public, not-for-profit and private organizations in developing, implementing, and evaluating comprehensive organizational well-being strategies to create environments where people and business thrives. She has an executive Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor's in Physical Education. She is also a trained Personal Trainer Specialist, Nutrition and Weight Loss Coach, Triathlon Coach, and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). 

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