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ICF-Toronto Chapter Meeting

  • 19 Jun 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • The Old Mill, Guild Hall Room, 21 Old Mill Road, Toronto, Ontario, M8X 1G5


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Join us on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 for our "Kick off to Summer" ICF-Toronto Chapter Meeting

Build Your Resilience – 5 Minutes at a Time

With guest speakers: Addie Greco-Sanchez, RRP, RVP, CVRP

and Lynne Everatt, MBA

Researchers have discovered the formula for living a good life, so why is depression still the world’s leading disability and anxiety the most common mental health disorder in North America? Most people don’t know what will truly make them happy, and far too few make proven wellness practices a part of their lives. To cope with all the stresses we encounter, we need to actively care for ourselves, which includes heeding our ancient programming that demands that we move our bodies, connect face-to-face and get enough sleep. We try to ensure that our phones stay out of the red zone of battery depletion. Why can’t we do the same for ourselves and not push past the point of exhaustion?

In this informative, entertaining and interactive presentation, Addie Greco-Sanchez and Lynne Everatt will demonstrate how investing as little as five minutes of self-care goes a long way toward being fully charged. Based on the book they co-authored, The 5-Minute Recharge, 31 Proven Strategies to Refresh, Reset and Become the Boss of Your Day, research-based strategies will be presented for thriving at work and in life.

About our speakers:

Addie Greco-Sanchez

Addie is a recognized industry leader with over 25 years of experience and a contagious passion in the field of disability management and mental health. She founded AGS in 1999 and has led the company’s growth; surrounding herself with like-minded professionals who share a passion for helping clients by providing solutions that maximize productivity with a focus on abilities. As President, she is responsible for overseeing corporate and strategic vision. Click here to read more...

Lynne Everatt

In the words of Mother Teresa, "We can do no great things, only small things with great love." Lynne Everatt does small things with great love as she strives to improve mental, physical and emotional wellness in the workplace. Lynne is a 2018 LinkedIn Top Voice in Management and Workplace, recovering MBA and nominee for the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour for her first book, EMails from the Edge, a novel with the theme of workplace mental health. Emails also appeared in The Globe and Mail as a Careers column. Click here to read more...

There will also be wine and cheese to kick off the summer in style!

Map to The Old Mill (Guild Hall Room)

14845-6 Yonge Street Suite 185  Aurora, ON, L4G 6H8
T: 416.960.4791 x3   F: 416.929.5256  info@icftoronto.com