Mississauga, Ontario. We are pleased to announce a training partnership with the Centre for Health & Safety Innovation (CHSI), located in Mississauga, Ontario. CHSI is a focal point for innovation and applied learning in the prevention and elimination of workplace injuries and illnesses. It is a key resource for employers, employees, and others seeking expertise and direction on how to make workplaces injury and illness-free.
Michael J. Smith, the General Manager commented on the partnership: “This is a new approach for CHSI and we are extremely excited about our collaboration with Effective Managers. The well-being of organizations and their leaders is so important in this dynamically changing world. With Dwight leading this first speaker series, we are proud to be a host and collaborator, and to influence, even if it is just a little, to the healthy growth of our clients and learners.”
“This is a great opportunity for our two organizations to collaborate”, said Dwight Mihalicz, President of Effective Managers™. “CHSI has a sterling track record in events management and training support services. In this post-Covid world, CHSI can continue to provide leading-edge business practices through virtual training, and Effective Managers™ can extend its reach in Canada to organizations that wish to improve their overall performance.”
The first event, Creating a Resilient Organization has already been announced to be held on June 17. All sessions will start at tarting at 10:00 am Eastern. The sessions have been designed as a 90 minute event, presented in seminar style to allow participant interaction and to ensure that the material is as helpful as possible. The series of ten events will be held over the summer and through September, and all will focus on the various root cause issues that hinder performance. .
The Corporate Event Centre at CHSI provides unparalleled service to clients in the market for meeting, training, conference and event rental space. Our facility has the ability to accommodate groups from 8 – 288. The addition of the virtual series of training provides a means of continuing to offer services to clients during the disruption of Covid-19 and during the recovery period.