HR Undefined 2019 will provide attendees with the opportunity to enhance their skills to drive change and innovation in Alberta’s workplaces. Check out this year's program to learn about our speakers and keynotes.
As we hear about issues occurring in various organizations, often the question is “where was HR”? How do you address the issues arising today in the workplace and what is the role of the Human Resource professional?
Review a case study of a workplace harassment complaint investigation.
Global Mobility professionals are being asked to play a multitude of roles to meet the expectations of the changing workforce and business leaders. Some of these roles are evergreen, whereas some are new and emerging.
Today’s savvy organizations use LinkedIn to increase their brand visibility and sales. However, many are making errors that cost them opportunity, clients, and money. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to have your sales force, marketing staff, and leaders make better connections.
Absenteeism, the No. 1 productivity issue in today’s workplace, costs Canada’s economy more than $17 billion per year. In fact, more than 500,000 Canadian workers miss work each week due to mental illness alone.
Learn how to be an effective leader from Steve’s experience leading people and applying Human Resource Management tools while humanity was at its best – or worst – provides the backdrop for his powerful workshop message for HR Professionals.
What is your organization’s Culture Biorhythm? Just like people, every organization has a pulse or a “heart beat” that can be measured and tracked to monitor the health of an organization.
Corporate culture is as much about what we encourage as about what we permit.
Middle managers have a complicated relationship with power because power is activated and experienced in the context of interpersonal relationships.
When communication fails in the workplace, processes are compromised, and workflow slows or halts. Efficiency relies on clear instructions and directives.
Should your last meeting have been an email instead of a meeting? Are you burnt out because you’re getting called to so many meetings during the day that you’re being forced to do your regular work at night?
The term “personal brand” is just a new way of describing your reputation. What are you known for doing? What volunteer work do you do? Are you an expert in your field? If someone was describing you as a professional, what would they say?
Emotional intelligence is indubitably important to an employee’s success in the workplace. In fact, many companies are forgoing traditional hiring methods to screen for this competency.
Your organization doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and some of our greatest challenges are in responding to external issues.
In a world of changing demographics, economic challenges, and continued technology disruptions, organizations traditional business models are being challenged.
Shane King and Chris Jones will explore in detail, a recent sexual harassment and wrongful dismissal case. The case involved an employee who made a legal claim against his employer for wrongfully terminating employment for verbal and sexual harassment of a subordinate employee.
This session is based on a study of mentoring in the consulting engineering industry conducted from 2014 to 2016 The study involved in-depth interviews with 53 individuals (16 Baby Boomers, 18 Generation Xers and 19 Millennials) in eight companies in western Canada.
Far from the cumbersome and even loathed events they’re perceived to be, performance processes are actually powerful tools for enacting change—if we know how to use them.
... employees. Yet most managers and leaders don’t approach things this way. They tend to see this as a result of applying systems, processes and tools rather than an on-going series of opportunities to spark creativity and trigger untapped human energy.
Your relationship with your boss is probably the most important relationship you have at work. So it needs to be excellent. You need to get on well at work, to trust and respect each other personally and professionally.
Today’s leaders are faced with challenges never before experienced in the workplace. Constant change, disruption, lack of funding, cutbacks and interpersonal problems are just a few of the issues that can make the job seem overwhelming.
We need to build meaningful relationships to be successful and to build trust with those we work, live, and play with. In order to create solid relationships, we must to be willing to engage in meaningful conversations and have the tools to do so.