Improving Working Cultures and Working Lives
Improving Work Cultures and Lives
In this issue, we tackle a couple of ways that organizations can improve work cultures and work lives including mental health, cultural awareness, and improving inclusion to drive diversity in order to enable everyone to bring their whole self to work to perform at their best.
Creating a Workplace Culture that Fosters Psychological Health and Safety
Prompta recently introduced a new offering to its roster of culture workshops: Creating a Workplace Culture that Fosters Psychological Health and Safety. Rooted in the principles outlined in the Canadian National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety, it also leverages Prompta’s deep expertise in creating thriving workplace cultures.
Prompta is working with Hotspex, a company committed to creating a culture that is conducive to psychological health and safety. “Stephanie and Nicolette and the Prompta team have been a delight to partner with on our mental health strategy,” says Kristy MacLeod, VP of Operations at Hotspex. “the workshops they put together for us were thoughtful, impactful, and tailored to our needs. Our team thoroughly enjoyed them, and we came out with incredible insights that will allow us to make important changes to our culture. We are excited to continue our partnership to build out our mental health strategy in 2020.”
Incredible Business Advantages of Cultural Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)
Leaders across industries are seeing hard numbers supporting the importance of cultural diversity and inclusion. In addition to being good corporate citizens, it also provides tremendous business advantages, including faster, sustained growth, increased efficiency, and better customer satisfaction. Cultural D&I provides for a more engaged, empowered, innovative and more productive workforce and one with the ability to attract and retain the best talent, most loyal customers.
Through a three-part diversity and Inclusion blog series, Zoe Mitchell, one of Prompta’s leading Diversity and Inclusion experts, shares incredible insights to support the transformational journey towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace culture. Zoe shares that the key to achieving both the qualitative and quantitative results through D&I is by creating a more inclusive work culture in your organization. Click here for the first in the series of blog posts.
Prompta is on the move ...
The Prompta team is moving offices. As of March 1, our new offices will be in the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) on vibrant Spadina Avenue in the Toronto [downtown] core. We are thrilled with the opportunity to be part of this growing social impact movement that, like Prompta, puts people first.
CSI aspires to be the best place on earth to be a social innovator. As social innovators at Prompta, we are striving to create ripples as we aim to improve working cultures and lives with every transformation we support. To learn more about CSI, click here.
Prompta’s new mailing address is
Prompta Consulting Group
Centre for Social Innovation
192 Spadina Avenue
Welcome to our new teammate
Lorraine Dal Cin
Senior Strategic Advisor
Lorraine is an experienced project leader and advisor who has guided and implemented diverse organizational projects across more than three decades, both in Canada and internationally. Known for her cross-functional and custom-tailored approaches, she is recruited for the most complex and challenging initiatives. […]
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