Talent Management Symposium 2023
Session Recording (4.0 CPD Hours) | Original Broadcast Date: March 10, 2023
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Talent management enables organizations to attract and retain talent long term. It encompasses development opportunities and strategies that motivate teams to be at their best.
The pandemic has changed the way we work, and it’s more important than ever for HR teams to keep track of in-office, remote, hybrid and even contractual employees all at the same time. This includes all processes related to onboarding, recruitment, development, and your employee’s overall wellbeing as well as maintaining your organizational culture and ethics.
With a proper talent management process, it’s possible for HR teams to streamline the entire employee life cycle for optimal success. How do we achieve all this though? Join us for this virtual event, where industry experts will walk you through everything you need to know about talent management and the employee life cycle.
Symposium Session Highlights:
Keynote Session - Build Momentum and Maximize People Potential
Speaker: Nicole Davidson, CPHR - Founder, Beacon HR
Description: With continued uncertainty, many companies are downsizing, shifting, and constantly adapting as a response to tight market conditions. Workplaces are reorganizing everything—with an added focus on cultivating a successful team structure and curating an effective roster of communication tools. It all starts at the top with leadership.
Keynote Session - 5 Ways to be the Inclusive Employer of Choice
Speaker: Manpreet Dhillon, CPHR - Founder & Principal Inclusion Officer, Veza Global
Description: In this talk, we will be exploring how to manage change from an inclusive lens to become the inclusive employer of choice. We will discuss the following:
Super Mini Session - Strategic Leadership in HR
Speaker: Dr. Michele Vincenti, CPHR - Chair, Leadership and People Management MBA, University Canada West
Description: Strategy is not equal to an activity but the identification of a uniqueness on how an organization will compete. To achieve a successful strategy the different functions in HR must be aligned and to so the HR practitioner requires technical knowledge and leadership skills. The use of artificial intelligence and the application of traditional theories will be discussed.
Super Mini Session - Creating A Workplace Culture of Safety and Belonging
Speaker: David Cory - Founder, The Emotional Intelligence Training Company Inc.
Description: Many organizations are implementing programs to address such critical issues as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Psychological Safety. How can an HR professional ensure these programs are successful? Join David Cory, leadership development specialist, as he explores the relationship between DEI, Psychological Safety, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence.
Keynote Session - Legal Challenges During Recruitment
Speaker: Jaclyn Leong, CPHR - Senior Director, Legal, Aritzia
Description: The recruitment process, including job postings, interviews, and offers, can raise many legal issues for employers. Planning and structure around these components will assist those in talent acquisition and talent management mitigate any legal risks.
Video - Build Momentum and Maximize People Potential
PowerPoint - Build Momentum and Maximize People Potential
Video - 5 Ways to be the Inclusive Employer of Choice
PowerPoint - 5 Ways to be the Inclusive Employer of Choice
Video - Strategic Leadership in HR
PowerPoint - Strategic Leadership in HR
Video - Creating A Workplace Culture of Safety and Belonging
PowerPoint - Creating A Workplace Culture of Safety and Belonging
Video - Legal Challenges During Recruitment
PowerPoint - Legal Challenges During Recruitment