By Talent Canada staff
The Strategic Capability Network (SCNetwork), Canada’s destination for human resources events, best-in-class thought leadership and peer-to-peer networking, is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website at scnetwork.ca.
The new site showcases a fresh, streamlined look, improved functionality for its members, and easy access to sponsor and industry resources.
“It’s not just a new website; it’s a new member experience,” said Suanne Nielsen, SCNetwork president.
“There’s never been a better time than now to launch a new member experience that gives people access to our thought leadership and community through our discussion groups, live webinars featuring coveted international speakers and panels, and our networking events. It compliments everything we’re doing in a new virtual world.”
SCNetwork is a membership-based, volunteer-run organization for business leaders, by business leaders. Since 1979, its culture of learning and mentorship has powered HR leaders, talent officers, and independent consultants who advise organizations on people matters.
“Our new website is reflective of our new leadership,” said Lara Root, member marketing and communications chair at SCNetwork. “Our organization has evolved dynamically over the last 40 years.”
“It was the perfect time for us to create a member experience that is reflective of who we are, what we aspire to be, and how we hope to make a difference in the lives of HR professionals and business leaders.”
This is a new chapter for the organization — one that is positioned for more diversity and inclusion of thought leadership, business practices, and resources from the global HR community.
“The last few months have underscored the value of peer relationships when navigating unchartered waters,” said Nielsen. “No one can ever have all the answers.”
“With our new interactive website, members can reach out to other members through new discussion forums, to create and engage in information sharing and gathering or to ask questions, that they couldn’t before.”
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