Christine Burych is a top tier leadership consultant and executive coach who enables leaders to create collaborative, productive and mentally healthy workplaces that everyone wants be part of. She has helped more than 8,000 senior leaders in 50 big name companies get past their blind spots, improve mental resilience and grow their leadership presence in the best possible ways.
Christine worked with the rapidly expanding Porter Airlines to develop their employee commitment statement and roll out corporate social responsibility initiatives, multi-year leadership programs and crucially, an employee innovation strategy that gets ideas from the ground to executives. She helped Canada Post to shift their culture to a focus on psychological health and safety.
Christine's personal message to you.
Most of us strive to achieve wealth in our personal lives and at work. We celebrate an abundance of knowledge, finances and capital and yet, striving to achieve mental health is often put to the side or avoided all together. For years, mental health and the discussion surrounding it has been attached to stigma but our minds, much like the rest of our lives, need and deserve to be wealthy. By achieving mental wealth we improve our ability to concentrate, problem solve, have better sleeping patterns, sharper thought processes, and regulate our emotions. Aiming to improve our mental health to a state of mental wealth aids our growth and success. Peak mental health is wealth.
Ever needed to know more about Mental Health in the Workplace? How it affects you as leaders? Here are 2 FREE webinars to learn how to handle this subject.
Do you and your leadership team recognize the importance of creating mentally safe workplaces but don't know how to build the business case to get the $$ to fund your initiatives? If so - this webinar is a MUST attend in order to build the business case for your leadership team.
As Leaders, its important to know how to handle myths surrounding Mental Health in the Workplace. Myth #1: People with mental health disorders can’t work a full workload. Myth #2: As leaders, we aren’t allowed to call employees who are off on mental health leave.
"Thanks again so much for everything you provided us throughout the course. As I mentioned, it was the best course I’ve ever participated in and I learned so many valuable tools that I can apply both personally and professionally. I left Friday with a huge smile on my face and felt so positive and re-energized."
"Christine's leadership and management training stuck with me; it now influences how I engage with people inside and out of the office, and even in my personal relationships. Her approach uses empathy and self awareness that are invaluable tools to understand context and different perspectives. The experience helped me understand the responsibilities I have as a leader; providing the pillars to guide me to ensure I'm showing up for myself, and those around me."
Psychological safety is a necessary component of any great work culture. Customized programs set the foundation for a mentally resilient workplace
People only see what you do, not why you do it. Leaders need to be strong and intentional with their behaviour and communicate the "WHY" behind the actions. Coaching shines a spotlight on leadership behaviours that get the intended results.
Our action-learning programs will help your leaders overcome mental obstacles while simultaneously altering their problem-solving and thought processes, allowing them to achieve their leadership potential.
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