Conference 2019: Program

                

 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Time:

Event:

Speaker:

7:30 - 8:30am

Registration & Continental Breakfast

 

8:30-10:00am

Opening Keynote

Permission: Granted to Build an Inclusive Culture

Risha Grant

10:00-10:30am

Health Break

 

10:30-11:30am

Breakout #1

 

Session details coming soon.

Risha Grant

Performance Management – Giving Effective Feedback

Wendy Loewen, ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership and Workplace Performance

The Alchemy of the Generations

MaryAnn Kempe & Sarah Giesbrecht, The Birchwood Automotive Group

11:30am -1:30pm

Lunch Keynote
We are all leaders: How a bus driver showed us anything was possible

Kevin Chief

1:30-2:30pm

Breakout #2

 

Restorative HR, Disrupted Workplaces & Repairing the Workplace

Christina Semaniuk, People First HR Services Ltd.

Taking Action on Truth & Reconciliation: Essentials for an Impactful Indigenous HR Strategy

Nicole Stewart, Payworks,  Sabrina Govier, Assiniboine Credit Union & Erika Wiebe, Winnipeg Poverty Reduction Council / United Way Winnipeg

Keeping Up With "The Factors"

Stacey Krueger & Orianne Donig-Harder, Canadian Mental Health Association

2:30-2:45pm

Health Break

 

2:45-3:45pm

 

 

Breakout #3

 

Business + People World Café

David Grad, People First HR Services Ltd.

Navigating a Human Rights Complaint

Brad Lutz, Acuity HR Solutions & Jamie Jurczak, Taylor McCaffrey LLP

Diversify your Diversity Plan with People with Disabilities

Marlene Hatgistamatakis, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Manitoba

Guarding Minds at Work- A Workplace Guide to Psychological Health and Safety

Marnie Courage, Enabling Access Inc.

3:45-4:30pm

Reception

 

 

For detailed session descriptions, click here.

  

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Time:

Event:

Speaker

8:30-9:30am

Registration & Continental Breakfast


9:00-10:15am

Morning Keynote

Dare to Matter: Uniting People and Performance in Significance

Pete Smith

10:15-10:30am

Health Break


10:30-11:30am

Breakout #4


Built for Legacy

Pete Smith

Personal Career Management, Leads to Career Resilience

Michael Embury & Charlene Figueiredo, People First HR Services Ltd.

Insights in a World of Data

Cindy Gawlik, National Health Analytics Leader

11:30am-12:15pm

State of the Profession


12:15-2:15pm

Lunch Keynote

Running on Empty: Stop Feeling Stressed-Out, Burned-Out and Living on Take-Out

Kathy Parry

2:15-2:30pm

Health Break


2:30-3:30pm

Breakout #5


Rubber Band Resilience: How to Stretch Without Snapping

Kathy Parry

Low Tech Recruiting... Are you Nuts?

Karen Palmer & Sylvie Shearer, Princess Auto Ltd.

 

For detailed session descriptions, click here.

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2018 attendees would recommend other HR professionals attend the conference because...

"As a non-HR professional I was able to learn so much about employees, leaders and human interaction that I found so much useful information in so many of the presentations."

"It is a great networking opportunity and offers a good variety of topics for all career levels."

"I always leave energized with ideas to bring back to my workplace."

"It is a great opportunity to step out of the whirlwind for a minute and learn about some new ideas for old challenges. New ideas come from speakers, vendors, meeting new people at lunch - it's an environment that nurtures innovation and creativity -  a great opportunity to listen and think beyond the confines of the current 'to do' list."


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