CPHR Alberta announces new CEO
By Talent Canada staff
Rod Miller is CPHR Alberta’s new chief executive officer.
Promoted on July 28, he had served as the provincial association’s interim CEO since March of last year.
Miller’s promotion was the result of a four-month executive search shaped by feedback received from the CPHR Alberta membership.
Miller’s experience in leadership and governance positions him appropriately for success, according to a CPHR Alberta news release.Advertisement
Miller has demonstrated the ability to lead the organization, forge effective relationships on the national level and increase the organization’s profile — both in the public eye and with strategic partners.
A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), Miller has spent his career in various sectors and organizations — including the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) — as a senior executive.
He has worked in Canada and across the globe leading the implementation of large workforce development initiatives.
Miller brings a strategic perspective coupled with a passion for human resources and the role HR plays in the changing world of work.
He is also a certified member of the Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professionals (SHRM-SCP).
With 6,000 members in major cities across Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, CPHR Alberta is the third largest HR Association in Canada.
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