HRevolution: Imagining the Future of HR
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2019-10-10
When: Thursday, October 10, 2019
4:30PM – 6:30PM
Where: Manitoba Club – Grand Ballroom II
194 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Canada
Contact: Madison Takeuchi
204-943-0885


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HRevolution: Imagining the Future of HR

More than ever, HR is moving into the boardroom and being recognized as a strategic business partner. At a time when leading businesses are looking for hard answers, HR is equipped with the latest metrics, proven experience and knowledge, cultural understanding, and legislative framework to help organizations evolve.

With the skills and knowledge to maximize leadership potential and shape culture, HR is becoming the catalyst that brings together collective values.

Today's HR professionals apply practical tools to harness the power inherent in bringing together every person's contribution.

But what's next?

Join us on October 10 at CPHR Manitoba's HRevolution event where five industry speakers will share their innovative ideas for driving business excellence. Each speaker will have five minutes to inspire the evolution of HR. The evening will also feature networking over hors d'oeuvres.

Ideas & Speakers:

Seeing Culture through the Lens of Brand - Sherril Matthes, Partner, Honest Agency

HR Needs to Own Organizational Learning - David Grad, Senior HR Consultant, People First HR Services

Humanizing Our Workplaces by Focusing on Culture - Wendy Loewen, Director of Training, ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance

Your Team Doesn't Suck, You Do - Jane Helbrecht, Partner, Acuity HR Solutions 

The Future Will Require Us to Rewire our Brains - Treena Chabot, Supervisor Coach/PH&S Advisor/eLearning Developer, TREE for Supervisors

Time:

4:30PM: Networking & Hors D'oeuvres
5:30PM: Presentations

CDP hours: 1
Cost (add GST):

Member: $30
Non-member: $45

Includes:

Hors D'oeuvres
Note: Cash bar

Cancellation Policy: This event is governed by our general professional Development Cancellation, Refund & Transfers Policy. To learn more, click here.

 

Full descriptions:

Seeing Culture through the Lens of Brand - Sherril Matthes, Partner, Honest Agency

More businesses are honing their brand focus as their growth key strategy - looking at every aspect of the business through the lens of brand. 

What does brand look like when it's the filter through which your organization is run?

What unique strategic role does HR own in a brand-based company?

HR Needs to Own Organizational Learning - David Grad, Senior HR Consultant, People First HR Services

When you think about learning in an organization - what do you see in your mind? Row upon row of uncomfortable seats? An overly long PowerPoint presentation? An organization needs more than traditional methods of learning and HR professionals are in the right position to lead internal processes that allow employees and leaders to drive the learning process. In this brief presentation, you will sit in your chair and hear ideas around how HR can lead cost-effective and engaging initiatives that can increase your organization's capacity to learn. 

Humanizing Our Workplaces by Focusing on Culture - Wendy Loewen, Director of Training, ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance

We need to return to humanizing our workplaces- and one of the ways we do this is by focusing on culture. However, many leaders, managers and employees don't know what culture really is, or how to begin making it better. With a clear understanding of what culture entails, we can begin implementing the six elements necessary to creating workplaces where people like to work.

Your Team Doesn't Suck, You Do - Jane Helbrecht, Partner, Acuity HR Solutions 

When most people start a new job, they are committed. It's a fresh, exciting start. They want to do well and they want to succeed. And for some reason over time, that level of commitment often fades. 

What is going on? and how do we fix the employees on our team who are no longer committed?

Jane has a tough message for leaders - leaders usually get the employees they deserve. Now, we've all hired a bad apple, but when it's a pattern within an organization or team - that reflects back on the leader. The research is clear on this - the single biggest factor in how employees feel about work is directly related to the relationship they have with their leader.

If you have a team that's not performing, that's not committed, look in the mirror. Because your team doesn't suck. You do. 

The Future Will Require Us to Rewire our Brains - Treena Chabot, Supervisor Coach/PH&S Advisor/eLearning Developer, TREE for Supervisors

The Canadian Psychological Health & Safety Standard is being adopted by more and more organizations. Following these best practices for protecting mental health and promoting mental wellness in the workplace is an antidote for toxic workplaces; however, it’s doubtful that our brains are wired correctly to fully implement these recommendations.

Psychological Health & Safety means building a supportive workplace, where each person can thrive. The problem is that managers and employees are not capable of building this type of organizational climate, if they do not honestly value and appreciate each other. Negative judgments about each other, including unconscious bias, are a large barrier to Psychological Health & Safety, but this obstacle can be overcome. Simply managing our emotions isn’t enough. We must challenge our thinking and change this automatic response. We must rewire our brains!

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