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"The things we fear most in organizations -- fluctuations, disturbances, imbalances -- are the primary sources of creativity.."

Margaret Wheatley

well-being drives innovation and performance

coCreations underlying philosophy is that creating a successful workplace starts with trust, respect, effective communication and recognition of personal needs as well as corporate goals. Our physical, mental and emotional well-being drives our creativity, innovation, productivity and loyalty - all of which contribute to higher performance and a better bottom line.

Workplace Health and Wellness

Creating a healthy workplace is no easy task in today’s demanding work environment. The organizational benefits of a healthy workplace are many – including reduced health care costs, improved productivity and increased employee attraction and retention.

To realize these benefits, organizations need current information on the most effective tools and resources. The Council on Workplace Health and Wellness offers you a unique opportunity to join a network of committed health and wellness professionals where you can learn from subject matter experts, hear from leading organizations and share insights with your peers.  Click here for more information on Canada Conference Board organizational performance, reports and conferences and click here for the International Forum on Creative Economy.

Thinking Organizations...SUCCEED

2010, Health Work & Wellness™, Canada's leading forum on organizational health will focus on the "thinking organization" which requires engaged, empowered leadership. This means integrating organizational health with business objectives: a big culture shift.

As we emerge from economic recession, the success of organizations will be determined largely by their ability to think in a new business environment. Optimal performance at all levels will depend on optimal thinking.  For more details on this September 2010 conference click here.

Work-Life in Canada in the New Millennium

As we enter the new millennium, Canadian governments, employers, employees and families face a common challenge-how to make it easier for Canadians to balance their work roles and their desire to have a meaningful life outside of work.

Many studies are now showing the relevance of providing healthy, creative workplaces, and their impact on health as well as economy.

One Health Canada initiative that conceptualizes work-life conflict broadly to include forms of work-life conflict in Canada and the impact of its various forms on Canadian organizations, families and employees.  To view a copy of this Health Canada report click here.

Our lives are not determined by what happens to us but by how we react to what happens, not by what life brings to us, but by the attitude we bring to life.

A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events, and outcomes. It is a catalyst; a spark that creates extraordinary results.   Anonymous


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