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Workplace Well-Being and Productivity
Learn from productivity expert Lori Schmidt, about the connection between workplace well-being and productivity.

Learning objectives:
• Understand the connection between well-being and productivity in the workplace
• Understand the employer’s role in supporting employee and organizational well-being
• Take away practical tips to support well-being and productivity in your workplace and beyond

LORI SCHMIDT (EC DEV, CA-AM, MBC), Loral Management Group, focuses on building stronger organizations through executive and organizational competitiveness advisory and coaching services. She is the former Chief Executive Officer of GO Productivity, a nationally incorporated not-for-profit organization working to improve the productivity, innovation, and competitiveness performance of Canadian firms. Lori is an avid supporter and facilitator of creative approaches and alliance building in tackling regional and global competitiveness issues.

Her years of public and private sector roles - including industry and cluster development, trade policy, strategic management and regional economic development - has had an impact on a broad range of businesses in a variety of business and not-for-profit sectors.

Lori has completed her designation as a strategic alliance professional, a Mastery in Organizational Coaching and is a member of the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils - a global network of leaders from competitiveness organizations around the world. Lori is a great believer that our people are our most important resource and has developed and delivered a range of workshops around this theme.

A strong advocate of giving back, Lori is involved in several not for profit ventures, including serving on the board of Children Believe – an international organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth in developing countries around the world. Lori is also an active Rotarian and most recently, Lori was identified as as one of Canada’s Top 50 over 50.

Feb 12, 2020 10:00 AM in Edmonton

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