Learning & Development
HR Boot Camp: Second session focuses on workplace training and development
It’s time for season one, episode two of Talent Canada’s HR Boot Camp series. These exclusive sessions are designed to walk employers through the lifecycle of a worker, from recruitment to retirement and all points in between.
In this session, we are focusing on the issue of workplace training and development.
Join us, and our partners at the Queen’s University Industrial Relations Centre (IRC) for this informative webinar on how workplace learning can revitalize your workforce and help your organization succeed in the post-pandemic world. As businesses adapt to the new normal, there is a greater need to invest in employee development, re-skilling and up-skilling to stay competitive.
In this free webinar, our expert speakers will discuss the importance of T&D in building a resilient and agile workforce, and share practical strategies for designing and implementing effective training programs that drive business outcomes. You will learn how training can:
- Boost employee engagement and retention
- Develop skills and competencies for the new digital economy
- Support career growth and succession planning
- Improve productivity and operational efficiencies
- Enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Secure your free spot by going to https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5BeFdjIMRLKa_F-qgiEJcQ#/registration
Wylie has over 15 years of experience in business administration, human resources, strategic and operational planning, and leading high-performing teams. She is the lead facilitator for Queen’s IRC’s Talent Management and Strategies for Workplace Conflicts programs. Wylie is recognized for taking a people-centred and creative approach to her work and is inspired by helping people and organizations realize potential and reach new heights. Wylie holds an MBA from Queen’s University, an Honours Degree in Sociology from York University, and she is an Adler Trained Coach.
Devan is an expert in workplace investigations and labour relations. His firm specializes in conducting workplace investigations including complaints of harassment, sexual harassment, violence in the workplace and other forms of employee misconduct. Prior to starting his own firm, Devan held management positions for large organizations including Resolute Forest Products, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canada Post Corporation, and Glencore Canada Corporation. Devan is passionate about leading and coaching individuals and organizations. He is the lead facilitator for the Queen’s IRC Mastering Fact-Finding and Investigation program. Devan holds a Master of Industrial Relations from Queen’s University.
Alison is the Director of Professional Programs at Queen’s IRC where she leads the strategic direction of the Centre. Alison is a long-time Queen’s University employee and has a demonstrated history of successfully leading teams within the higher education sector. Her expertise lies in the areas of cross-cultural leadership, maximizing operational effectiveness, training delivery, management of multi-national teams, coaching, and teaching. She is also a strong business development professional who is passionate about leading with compassion and prioritizing team wellbeing. Alison holds an Executive MBA from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
As the Director of Human Resources for the Queen’s Faculty of Arts and Science, Dave partners with senior leadership to support and drive a culture of inclusion, engagement, high-performance and continuous improvement. He provides strategic advice to diverse university stakeholders on complex HR and leadership related issues, including recruitment, labour relations and engagement, total compensation, organizational development and training, performance management and organizational design. Committed to lifelong learning, Dave received both his MPA and his BA from Queen’s University and holds an MA from Lakehead University.
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