A Journey to Engagement In 2020 we are going to see about 8000 baby boomers retire each week. This departure will have a significant impact on the Canadian workplace. Our research shows the number one concern facing employers heading into this year is human capital. Employers are now faced with the challenge of [...]
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Tips and Strategies for Staying on the Path to Wellness This presentation will focus on various approaches that groups and individuals can use when promoting well-being in themselves and others. Strategies that promote positive thinking, encourage better decision making and help deal with setbacks will be outlined. Back to Agenda [...]
Stop collecting Talent: How to Find A-Players Building a team is more complicated than collecting talent! When smart leaders surround themselves with the right players, something magical happens. But...throw together the wrong people, it will cost you. Hiring the wrong people and having a high turnover rate can get quite expensive. Despite what [...]
Professional Development = Success This will be a bilingual session Participants will explore the many reasons why it is important to invest and engage in professional development; both as an employee and as an employer. Back to Agenda
Maximizing the ROI of Training This conference revisits the most pioneering model for measuring training effectiveness and, building on updated theoretical approaches and real-life application experience, proposes a new model encompassing the most important variables to consider when attempting to ensure that investments in the development of individual contributors and leaders yield positive [...]
Learning to Grow In this new world of work, inspiring and enabling workers to develop their strengths is imperative for sustainability. Research proves that outdated methods no longer work in today’s modern workplace as they fail to: Effectively engage employees Help employees to remember information Ensure that learning is transferred into work practice [...]
Everyday Resiliency Through Optimal Stress, Personal Alignment and Purpose: How to Show Up and Make it Work for You
Everyday Resiliency Through Optimal Stress, Personal Alignment and Purpose: How to Show Up and Make it Work for You This keynote introduces the concept of resiliency from a broad worldview that incorporates five key areas. Sharing from Robyne's experiences traveling around the globe, Robyne reviews what people have in common that contributes to [...]
Busy is the New Stupid – the Truth About Productivity & Optimizing Time Jennifer Kikkert will present the truth about what productivity truly is and is not, how to find the minutes and even hours we are unconsciously losing every day and methods to eliminate the “busy” at work. We mistake busy for [...]
Busting the Myths of Labour Relations” – Straight Talk About Common Misperceptions Affecting Employer-Union Relations
Busting the Myths of Labour Relations” – Straight Talk About Common Misperceptions Affecting Employer-Union Relations We have had countless clients buy into LR myths and we enjoy debunking them. Just some examples: "I’m senior. I should get the best assignment." "You have to do this. It’s past practice." "What gives you the right [...]
Are you Ready for the Multi-Cultural Workforce? Canada’s workforce expanded by a million people between 2012 and 2018. The number in the workforce who were born-in-Canada has declined. David’s talk will focus on New Brunswick’s need to attract far more immigrants and how this will change the workforce in the province. Back [...]