soft skills and harassment
Our unique integration of business and psychology experience makes our training transformative for people and organizations.
Our library of E-Learning Courses and Certificate Programs is developed with a psychological foundation by experts in workplace dynamics and curriculum design. All training offers self-reflective strategies that build skills to help people grow in their jobs and careers.
LEARN TO CHANGE MINDSET
Our transformative e-learning sets people on a positive course that helps them cope with stress, work collaboratively, and rise to their potential.
LEARN TO CHANGE BEHAVIOUR
Developed by psychological experts, all courses and programs are designed in an interactive format to teach unique strategies for self-reflection and interaction.
LEARN TO CHANGE CULTURE
Innovative compliance and harassment programs include turn-key training in management and prevention to ensure a psychologically safe and engaged work culture.
Give your employees 24/7 access to professional and personal development at their fingertips, and reduce:
MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Dr. Stephanie Bot
C. Psych., Psychoanalyst
President and Co-Founder
Dr. Stephanie Bot is Chief Psychologist at Dr. Bot and Associates, Director of Clinical and Professional Training for the Psychotherapy Program at the Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis (TICP), and co-founder of Workright.
Dr. Bot brings 20 years of clinical experience, business consulting, and curriculum expertise to developing Workright’s elite training programs, including the world’s first harassment prevention and response program (HEART) and a comprehensive online library of transformational e-learning courses with a unique psychological foundation.
Dr. Bot is a board member, fundraiser, and creator of a 3-year psychotherapy program and free community mental health clinic for the TICP, receiving approval from the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities and the College for Registered Psychotherapists.
She is a published author in peer-reviewed journals and a featured speaker and lecturer who has presented her innovative approach to harassment and mental health in the workplace with co-founder Donna Marshall M.A. to the Ministry of Labour, Canadian Mental Health Association, The Human Resource Professional Association, Health and Safety Associations and the Canadian Bar Association, among others.
Her work has been instrumental in addressing and elevating employee and student relations and promoting mental health in educational and corporate settings.
M.A., Counselling Psychology
CEO and Co-Founder
Along with Dr. Stephanie Bot, she developed the groundbreaking Harassment Education Advisory Team program to manage and prevent harassment in the workplace. She wrote and facilitated leadership curricula for the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning and has appeared numerous times on a CBC television affiliate as a specialist in bullying and harassment.
Donna acted as Chair of the Human Resource Professionals Association (HRPA) Toronto Committee on Leadership, spearheading a province-wide assessment of HR Leaders and contributing to developing a curriculum of programs in response to the results.
Her articles on bullying and harassment in the workplace are published in HR Professional magazine. She has presented at the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Lancaster House, legal and HRPA conferences, Health and Safety forums, and other notable national and international conventions.
Donna regularly consults and advises organizations on how to develop and implement programs on mental health and psychological safety in the workplace. As a mental health clinician in private practice, she also treats clients on an individual basis.
Randi Chapnik Myers
Workright co-founder Randi Chapnik Myers began her career as a lawyer in private practice assisting clients in family and civil proceedings before obtaining her Master of Laws degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
As a Dispute Resolution Officer and Family Mediator for the Ontario court system, she was instrumental in settling scores of cases out of court by using her specialized training in interpersonal dynamics and high-level conflict resolution skills to lead parties to agreement in family, commercial and workplace disputes.
After launching a “second career” as a newspaper and magazine journalist, Randi quickly became a regular contributor to many national publications, including The Globe and Mail (Report on Business and Careers sections), MoneySense Magazine, Chatelaine, More Magazine, and Today’s Parent, where she was also Contributing Editor and a featured blogger.
She also co-founded an online community for women 35+, taught a memoir writing course for mothers, and presented training programs on conflict resolution strategies at women’s shelters and educational institutions, including the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board.
As a professional editor, Randi is frequently hired to edit web content for brands as well as book manuscripts and textbooks. An adept online content creator, she brings both legal acumen and expert communication skills to the Workright team.
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