WEBINAR: Embedding Well-Being in Schools and School Districts: Explore your next steps

This webinar pulls together the key learning from the 2024 Well-being Series and introduces potential next steps to help school and district leaders put their data into action.

Over the series, we explored staff well-being and its impact on health, happiness and success in our schools for both our students and the adults who support them.  We summarised the factors that impact staff and student well-being, outlined the means of capturing data on these factors, and strategies that can support these. The question that we were seeking to answer in this webinar was, what’s next? How do we harness this learning and embed well-being in our workplaces so it becomes just the way we do things?

Access this webinar as you look forward to the next school year. Allow us to support you in embedding your data into actionable, sustainable practices within your educational environments.

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Speaker Biography: Gail Markin

Gail’s distinguished career in education and mental health spans roles as a social worker, family counsellor, teacher, and school counsellor, culminating in her current work as an educational consultant and mental health and wellness coach. Her leadership roles in networks like Social Emotional Learning BC and BC School Centred Mental Health Coalition, along with her involvement in the EdCan Staff Well-being Network and Compassionate Systems Leadership Network, reflect her deep commitment to well-being in educational settings.

Gail holds two bachelor’s and two master’s degrees in psychology and education and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Leadership and Policy. Her experience includes keynote presentations, workshops on workplace well-being and a TEDx talk on the power of belonging. She is the author of ‘Beyond Self-Care: Leading a Systemic Approach to Well-being for Educators’ where she combines learning from both research and practice to support leaders with practical ideas to create well-being in their schools and districts.

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