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.
We’ve often heard the adage "everyone can be a leader", but what does this mean? More importantly, how is this relevant to your organization and your people? The most practical answer is to think of leadership in terms of character, not position or title.
We always have too much to do and not enough time. It can easy to let the next crisis that walks through your door completely de-rail your day. This session will help you begin to understand how to divide your tasks into chunks using a very visual method that will help others understand what’s
The single “biggest thing” that stands in the way of good communication and building good relationships is quite simply, not knowing “who the other person is.” The statement… “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” is COMPLETELY misdirected, misplaced, and arrogant, and is in fact, th
Do you want to discover your true dream or purpose Would you like to eliminate overwhelm doubt and worry and move toward your goals with confidence? Do you want to achieve greater results with less effort? If these questions resonate with you, then you are going to love this seminar!
In this highly engaging and informative presentation, Eitan will share his extensive experience working with many of North America's most successful organizations.
HR professionals and managers alike try to psychoanalyze their employees and direct reports, but don't bother. The reality is, we are all terrible at it.
Ever wondered why some leaders do a great job of getting their teams to collaborate and innovate and others fail miserably? Discover a conversation framework that fosters a climate of psychological safety, essential for new thinking and productivity.
There is a lot of misinformation out there. This session focuses on debunking the myths surrounding cannabis, highlighting the science behind the cannabis plant.
This session answers the question: “How can we instill and grow leadership capability in our organization?” Every individual regardless of job function or level, can influence the depth of leadership demonstrated and cultivated in their organization. Every employee should play a role in elevati
How do you identify future leaders within your organization today? In this interactive session we address the barriers and challenges both individuals and organizations face that prevent hidden leadership talent from surfacing.
It’s no secret that gender, diversity and inclusion are central to business as uncertainty dominates headlines and makes waves globally. As gender equality is a topical issue, blind recruiting can help with fair screening to ensure non-discriminative shortlisting, but is it enough?
Research has shown that heterogeneous teams will consistently outperform homogeneous teams when managed effectively. Leveraging an organization’s diverse talent can foster innovation, creating a competitive advantage.
In our experience, most managers and leaders rank themselves well above average at sizing up people’s personalities - and therefore, how to align and motivate them. Let’s assume for the moment they’re right and they all have above average skills in this area (a debate for another time).
This session is geared towards senior HR practitioners and management who may be responsible for workforce planning, cross-border activity, foreign workers or expanding business opportunities in the U.S. or Canada.
The legalization of recreational marijuana is having a massive impact on workplaces across Alberta. The increased prevalence of marijuana raises a variety of concerns for employers including with respect to productivity, reputation and, of course, safety.
This session will explore impairment from all causation factors; mood altering substances, psychological distress and fatigue.
CPHR Alberta presents a panel to generate awareness and create a dialogue to produce actions that recognize that diversity is an asset, not an obstacle. This will form authentic cultures of inclusion in organizations that will maximize skills and talent resulting in bottom-line results.