Just this past weekend (September 30 – October 1), I had the luxury of meeting Robert and only a few short moments into speaking, the ideas began flooding back and forth across the cozy office of Alpine Village Cabin Resort, Jasper, Alberta. I instantly took interest as he began to explain his line of work. It’s certainly a concept most people would call crazy or merely impossible, and yet it was always something about which I dreamed. Could we really have fun at work? And what does this idea look like or even mean for me?
With today's heightened pressure for employees to work longer hours, produce more for their organization, and in many situations with less resources, this constant stress take it's toll on our mental health and often results in wear and tear on our mental & emotional capacity to cope.
Recent surveys of participants in Powerful Play Experiences workshops confirms that when Mental Health At Work Meets Fun At Work, the benefits immediately following the workshop, as well as the hours after the workshop are impactful.
Did you know that 70% of working Canadians are concerned with psychological health and safety in the workplace. Psychological Health and Safety means preventing harm to mental health and promoting psychological well being. Mental Health and Safety is just as important as Physical Health and Safety. Learn how you and your workplace can work to improve the 13 Factors For Psychological Health and Safety in The Workplace - Mental Health Commission, National Standard. www.haveTHATtalk.ca