The Pembina Valley Chapter of CPHR Manitoba invites you to the fourth annual Business Leaders Boot Camp 2019! Open to all small and large business owners, HR staff, supervisors and managers.
Managing Conflict in the Workplace
Linda Chammartin – People First HR Services
While we tend to view conflict as a negative experience, caused by abnormally difficult circumstances, it is a normal part of organization life. Approaching conflict as an opportunity for growth through improved understanding and insight – ultimately leads to a healthy, positive and cooperative environment.
This session will bring new awareness of people’s reactions to conflict and provide an opportunity for participants to identify conflict management styles and asses their own personal styles for dealing with conflict. Knowing and understanding one’s own style – and when and how to modify it, is essential for the success of every organization.
Making Innovation Happen
Ryan Ramsdale - inVision Edge
Is the speed of change increasing in your industry?
Are you tired of just talking about innovation?
Many organizations have innovation on the priority list, but just don’t know how to get started. Join Innovation & Strategy Coach Ryan Ramsdale and learn about the innovation system for repeatable and predictable results.
Diverse Teams at Work
Steve Reynolds - Regional Connections Immigrant Services
This interactive workshop will discuss how cultural diversity impacts the hiring and on-boarding of employees in a team environment. What cultural dynamics do we need to consider and account for? What best practices help lead to success?
Come prepared to discuss these and other questions and to share from your own professional experience.
8:00am - 8:30am: Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30am - 12:15pm: Sessions
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||Friday, November 8, 2019
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About the Speakers:
Linda Chammartin – Client Services Executive, People First HR Services
Linda’s career has taken her in many directions, from leading and building teams in operations and distribution in consumer packaged goods to the leadership of a recruitment division focused on identifying professional talent across a variety of industries throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Drawing on a background that includes key operational, people and sales leadership roles and with her strong experience in client services, Linda focuses her expertise in providing services to clients covering a wide range of HR challenges, initiatives and people needs. Linda builds partnerships with a customer centric approach and strives to provide insights and offer the best solutions that support client’s goals and objectives.
Prior to joining People First, Linda held a number of senior leadership roles during her many years with The Pepsi Bottling Group guiding teams to success across Canada. There she gained hands on experience in owning a P&L, leading remote workforces, training and development, recruitment and coaching. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Marketing from Minnesota State University, Moorhead.
Ryan Ramsdale - Innovation & Strategy Coach, inVision Edge
Ryan Ramsdale is a highly motivated, results-oriented people developer who engages teams and individuals with enthusiasm. With a talent for gathering teams around a vision, he is passionate about training and the facilitation of group discussions that include innovation, the improvement of processes, gains in efficiency and increased employee engagement.
Steve Reynolds - Executive Director, Regional Connections Immigrant Services
Steve Reynolds is Executive Director at Regional Connections Immigrant Services, a local non-profit organization with offices in Morden, Winkler, and Altona. Regional Connections helps welcome newcomers to local communities with settlement, language, employment, and community connections services. Since 1998, the organization has worked with clients from more than 130 first countries who speak over 35 different languages. Along with newcomers and community partners, we are Building Community Together here in southern Manitoba!