Global-Watch virtual conferences in organizations

The Global-Watch corporate virtual conferences are developed to help understand, learn and act on the main issues related to workplace mental health and well-being.

  • Understand: define and establish the context of the topic
  • Learn: what the science says about the topic
  • Act: solutions to be implemented in the organization

The virtual conferences are one of the effective ways that Global-Watch offers to inform and equip your teams with the best practices and actions on important topics contributing to good mental health and well-being at work. Not only are these topics addressed in the conferences, but also in the tools, employer experiences and Global-Watch Meetings. Together, these resources support you in the structure and implementation of your occupational health strategy.

Offered in a 60-minute virtual format, they can easily be integrated into one of your meetings or events.

Depending on the topic, Global-Watch thematic conferences are intended for human resources leaders, managers and/or employees. They are available in French and English.

A preferential rate is offered to Global-Watch affiliate employers.

Topic of the conferences

Understand digital fatigue to limit its effects on health and well-being

Zoom Fatigue, a phenomenon that has been particularly documented in relation to the pandemic, refers to the fatigue, anxiety, and exhaustion associated with the overuse of virtual communication platforms. The effects of “Zoom Fatigue” are real and affect many areas of life. Fortunately, there are several courses of action that can be taken to limit its effects.

Caring manager but not therapist!

Learn how to identify the early signs of psychological distress, adapt the detection in a telework context and how to approach an employee who shows signs of distress. Equip your managers to be able to intervene quickly. Three tools to prevent and intervene in psychological health.

Promoting Work-Life Balance in the Hybrid Work Mode

The return to hybrid work and the ubiquity of technology are creating new challenges for managers and employees in managing the boundaries between work and personal life. Work-life conflict is characterized by situations in which the pressures of work and personal domains are sometimes difficult to reconcile. Fortunately, many strategies have been documented to support work-life balance.

Beyond the prescribed workload: a shared responsibility for better understanding and managing the actual workload

Available in the fall of 2022

Workload is a growing issue in organizations. The pandemic has disrupted already pressured work patterns and the consequences will be felt over the next few years. It is therefore important to train internal teams, including managers, to demystify the subject, develop a common and up-to-date understanding and language, while initiating discussions on the actions to be taken to limit the negative effects on individual and collective well-being, as well as the organization’s sustainable performance. 

Conference for Human Resources Teams

The structure of this conference differs from the others offered.

International trends and perspectives in mental health and well-being at work

Discover the international trends and perspectives in workplace well-being identified through Global-Watch’s monitoring system and collaboration with our network of practitioners and academic experts around the world.

Interested in one of these conferences? Please contact us.


Global-Watch is an international collaborative platform of best practices in workplace health and well-being, based on an international scientific monitoring and promising experiences of employers around the world.

Global-Watch provides HR teams with toolkits, scientific knowledge that is accessible and easy to understand, and an international community of practice that facilitates exchange with other employers from various backgrounds. A Canadian initiative, Global-Watch is now present with its affiliate employers in some 50 countries.

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