Exploring Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in the Context of Neurodiversity With Dr. Bill Howatt (EDI Series Part 4)

Published on September 15, 2022
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Exploring Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in the Context of Neurodiversity With Dr. Bill Howatt (EDI Series Part 4)
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In Episode 17 of The HQ podcast, we are joined by Dr. Bill Howatt – Behavioural Scientist, Founder and CEO of Howatt HR. During our conversation, we explore equity, diversity and inclusion in the context of neurodiversity, as well as learn and understand how our health system currently supports – and how it can improve support for – those who are neuro-atypical. Tune in for Part 4 of our series on equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) as we engage with one of Canada’s top experts in workplace psychological health and safety.

About Dr. Bill Howatt

The HQ podcast guest Dr. Bill Howatt

Dr. Bill Howatt, is the Founder and CEO of Howatt HR, and refers to himself as a behavioural scientist with a keen curiosity for how employees and employers can work together to reduce mental harm and promote mental health in the workplace. Dr. Bill is on the CSA OHS Standards Steering Committee and Chair of the CSA Standard Z1008: Management of Substance Related Impairment in the Workplace. He is the co-creator of the Psychologically Safe Workplace Awards.

He regularly contributes to workplace mental health research such as Canada Pandemic Pulse Check: COVID-19’s Impact on Canadians’ Mental Health with the Mental Health Commission of Canada; Moving to Action: Implementing the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services’ Mental Harm Prevention Roadmap; and Canada Standards Association Investigating employers’ practices in response to COVID-19 for safeguarding employees’ psychological health and safety in the workplace. He has 30 years’ clinical experience in mental health and addictive disorders.

Dr. Bill is the former Chief of Research, Workforce Productivity, at The Conference Board of Canada, and the former Chief of Research and Development, Workforce Productivity, at Lifeworks. Dr. Bill has created the senate- approved Certificate in Psychologically Safe Leadership and Certificate in Management Essentials, Pathway to Coping and Mental Fitness through the University of New Brunswick. He is the co-creator of the Psychological Health and Safety Facilitator Certificate.

Dr. Bill is a regular contributor and co-authors a blog with the CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada for WSPS Ontario CEO Health and Safety Leadership Network. Dr. Bill has published over 50 books, such as The Globe and Mail bestseller, The Cure for Loneliness, and Stop Hiding and Start Living. He is a regular contributor to Talent Canada, OHS Magazine, and The Chronicle Herald and has published over 350 articles with The Globe and Mail.

 

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