Women in Leadership session to explore mental health supports

For Martina Ciglenecki, Brock’s Manager of Health Management and Wellness, workplace mental health is always top of mind.

At the next Women in Leadership (WIL) session, she will lead a conversation about the connection between leadership styles and mental health.

Leveraging her training and certification with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Ciglenecki plans to introduce a tool that can help leaders “support themselves and in turn support their teams to be successful and productive.” This, she says, is how leaders in the Brock community can help to promote the University’s “positive culture surrounding mental health.”

All are invited to attend on Thursday, May 11 from noon to 1 p.m. via Microsoft Teams. Details on this and other upcoming Women in Leadership sessions, including dates, descriptions and login information are available on the WIL website.

WIL is committed to supporting and advancing persons who identify as women to achieve and succeed in leadership. Individuals are welcome to join the WIL channel on Microsoft Teams or to contact Jeannie Mackintosh to be added to the WIL email distribution list.

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