Personal Desk


here when you need us

Here at Mindful Employer Canada, we acknowledge the people and situations that have helped us learn and grow along the way. That's why we've created this resource library to help meet some of the needs you and your organization might have so you can continue your journey and use them to help others on theirs. 


 If you're not ready to start your journey with one of our Mindful Employer Canada programs, that's okay. Below you'll find a library of resources we've developed that can help you resolve some workplace challenges you might be experiencing. 


Conversations with Impact

Conversation is a powerful tool and when we create safe environments to ask hard questions and remain thoughtful, open, and curious about the answer, we hold space to learn together. 

Our mission for these monthly live events is to share insight on challenging topics, have a positive impact on our guests who attend, and also support a charity that's doing incredible work.

Each live event can welcome up to 245 guests. If you miss out on the live event, you can still experience the conversation when the recording is available on-demand. 

Join us by registering at one of our upcoming events, below! 

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Resource Library

One-on-one template

Checking-in with your team is fundamental to build trust, respect, and open communication. Use this One-on-One template to chat with a team member about their current challenges and victories. 

Reflection & Planning Workbook

A personal workbook to pause and reflect on the year that 2020 has been, and plan for all that you would like 2021 to be. 

Volunteer Toolkit

Volunteers come from all walks of life. This means a percentage of them will have lived experience with addiction, trauma or mental illness. Other’s will be struggling with personal, financial or health issues. The purpose of this toolkit is to explore the strategies that can be used to improve the  psychological health and safety of volunteers.