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Lisa Belanger

CEO, ConsciousWorks

Mental wellbeing, behaviour change, performance, mindfulness, physical activity, health behaviours, corporate wellness, stress and work, impactful recovery from stress, attention management, how technology interacts with brain and behaviour


Rethinking How We Reach Peak Performance

Dr. Lisa Belanger- Health & Behavior Change Speaker

Dr. Lisa Belanger is CEO of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm that shows leaders how insights from behavioural science can strategically improve habits of both corporate leaders and their employees. Lisa has a PhD in Behavioural Medicine, is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and has successfully taught hundreds of leaders, entrepreneurs and athletes how to change their key habits with a science-based approach to achieving their definition of success.

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Lisa Bélanger has a Ph.D. in Behavioural Medicine and is the CEO and founder of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm and education platform developed from the findings of the leading-edge science on how to get brains at their best; to be proactive about performance and mental health.

Bélanger is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, researcher, and instructor at the University of Calgary. She is also the author of Inspire Me Well: Finding Motivation to Take Control of Your Health and A Cup of Mindfulness: for the busy and restless. Additionally, she is the founder of Knight’s Cabin, a national charity offering wellness programming to cancer survivors.


  • Mental wellbeing
  • behaviour change
  • performance
  • mindfulness
  • physical activity
  • health behaviours
  • corporate wellness
  • stress and work
  • impactful recovery from stress
  • attention management
  • how technology interacts with brain and behaviour


  • University of Alberta
    Behavioural Medicine
    PhD, 2014

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