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The Institute for Human Resources (IHR) Canadian Masters in HR Strategy and Execution certification program launched in August 2011 with a two-day virtual event. Subsequent events have been held on February 22/23, 2012; May 2/3, 2012; August 1/2, 2012, November 19/20, 2012, March 23/24, 2013, May 13/14, 2013, August 12/13, November 20/21, 2013 and February 26/27, 2014. Archives of all of these events and webcasts are available on www.hr.com. To date, over 10,000 HR professionals have registered for this program.

The purpose of this introductory session (about 15 minutes) is to provide you with an update on the webcast topics and speakers that will be presenting over these two days.

In addition, for those of you who have not participated in one of these events in the past, you will be shown how to register for any newly-added webcasts and make use of the virtual Exhibit Hall, where you can increase your knowledge on product and service suppliers in the Canadian marketplace.

Date: May 12 2014
Time: 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Lynn Lievonen
HR.com

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Timothy Holden has been involved with both organization development and organization design for the last ten years. In that period he has worked with large, mid-sized and small Canadian employers in the private sector, public sector bodies and not-for-profits. Drawing on his experience, case studies, recent surveys and best practice from around the world he has once more prepared an informative and thought-provoking session for HR.com.

The format of the session will be to define these oft-confused terms, then cover firstly organization development followed by organization design. Time for questions and answers will be available at the end of the session.

Date: May 12 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Timothy Holden
Toronto Training and HR Inc.

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Toronto Training and HR Inc.
 
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In this webinar, we’ll identify the missteps most companies are making today when dealing with candidates and applications. We’ll show you how easy it is to make minor changes in process that will have maximum positive impact on results, helping you fill jobs faster, develop pipelines for future roles or functions, and know how to engage candidates who weren’t successful to help you with referrals. Whether you recruit a small number of people a year, or many thousands, the principles of great Candidate Care are the same. We know what works and why, and how to get an edge on your competitors for talent and we want to share it with you.
Date: May 12 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Laura Randell
PeopleMatters

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PeopleMatters
 
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We know that people are the differentiating factor in an organization. In North American, 60%+ of employees are not engaged in the workplace. How can we use data and objective decision-making to improve performance, productivity, engagement and drive results? Too frequently, we are making business decisions on “gut emotions” and failing to recognize the value of big data in the most important area of our business – our people. Grounded in science, Dave will illustrate the significance in helping CEOs and company leaders champion their greatest asset – their people – and identify, attract, retain and leverage high potential talent.

Getting the right people in the right roles and keeping them engaged is the key to generating capacity in today’s business environment. Businesses compete as much on the strength of their intellectual capital as on that of their financial capital. By using data-driven tools and an objective decision-making process to select people with the natural abilities to succeed, we foster a workplace of employee engagement.

Imagine an extra day of productivity from your employees each week. This presentation ties into improving organizational effectiveness by recognizing individual motivating drives and maximizing efficiency, productivity and job satisfaction by providing employees with customized management strategies. By understanding how your greatest asset works, leaders can communicate the value in attracting, onboarding, developing, recognizing, and coaching the right people for the right roles. Ultimately, knowledge of data-driven human capital processes allow leaders to unlock engagement levels, build high-functioning teams, mange change effectively, and influence productivity, driving for sales performance.

We know that a poor hiring decision costs a company 1x base salary. Given that many companies plan to hire approximately 800 people in 2014, this is a significant area for potential “mishires.” It has become increasingly valuable to attract high performers, leverage talent, and develop leaders. Dave will illustrate the value in “taking the lead” and staying well ahead of competition. To “take the lead” means becoming a more objective leader who is able to lead vs. manage, coach effectively, build strong teams, illustrate “people-smart communication,” resolve and leverage conflict, and empower their organizations. There are countless studies that demonstrate the value of learning to use big data to solve your most complex people challenges.

Date: May 12 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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David Lahey
Predictive Success Corporation

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Predictive Success Corporation
 
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Why does your morning to-do list end up as a didn’t do list at the end of the day? Are your organization’s managers as effective as they can be? What does the research say, and how can we use those findings in our organization?

In fact, on average almost half of the time of managers is spent doing work the manager should not be doing.

This session provides participants with an overview of the main drivers that are negatively impacting the effectiveness of managers, an introduction to the five requirements of effective managers, and some insights into the key role that Human Resources departments can play in improving manager effectiveness.

Date: May 12 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Dwight Mihalicz MBA CMC
Effective Managers™

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Effective Managers Inc.
 
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In this presentation, Dentons Canada LLP lawyers Jordan Deering and Correna Jones will provide a comprehensive overview of the law relating to employee fraud in Canada, from tips for prevention and detection to available remedies for recovery of assets lost as a result of the fraud. The presentation will detail tips for employers to prevent and identify fraud through appropriate policies and procedures, including tools such as employee monitoring, audits, and whistleblower policies. Once a fraud arises, the presenters will canvas the law relating to appropriate workplace investigations of fraud and the remedies available to recover funds taken by the fraudster. From prevention to recovery, this presentation will canvas the central issues relating to employee fraud.
Date: May 13 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Jordan Deering
Dentons Canada LLP

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Correna L. Jones
Dentons Canada LLP

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Dentons Canada LLP
 
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At the heart of change lies the change problem; that is, some future state is to be realized, some current state is to be left behind, and some structured, organized process for getting from the one to the other is to be identified. Applying cognitive diversity problem-solving tools, teams and individuals have a better chance of finding creative outcomes that help them to visualize, mobilize, and actualize effective change results. Change is constant: technologies, processes, people, and methods change and affect our personal and professional lives.

Change can be made easier with the following insights, strategies and tools:

• Change Leadership – Suggestions for dealing with your staff’s stress during a change process.

• Cognitive Diversity – Learn to apply a wholistic cognitively diverse framework for change processes.

• Problem-Solving Tools - Create a wider lens for solving problems by utilizing more creative problem-solving tools.

Date: May 13 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Danielle Gault
Corporate & Wellness Training Services

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Corporate & Wellness Training Services
 
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Managing a disabled employee can be a very difficult and expensive process.

Failure to permit a disabled employee to return to work following a workplace injury can result in significant liability under Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.

Failure to accommodate a disabled employee can result in significant legal liability under Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

In this seminar, you will learn, among other things, what constitutes a disability and what an employer needs to do to accommodate a disability.

You will also learn, among other things, how long an employee has the right to return to work following a workplace injury, and whether you have an obligation to create a new job for a disabled employee.

Date: May 13 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Doug MacLeod
MacLeod Law Firm

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MacLeod Law Firm
 
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HR professionals will begin to see some marked improvements from software providers. Anything is possible through the advent of new technologies – technologies that are smarter, faster and more robust than their predecessors. These new advances are going to change recruitment processes and the world of Applicant Tracking Systems.

The purpose of this webinar is to outline what has changed in technologies that will impact the way we recruit new applicants and how we specifically get the right person with the right information that we need. We have identified nine key drivers that will impact corporations’ processes for recruiting electronically.

Date: May 13 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Marilynn Kalman
HireGround Software

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HireGround Software
 
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Let's face it. We are all online and using some kind of digital media and our organization and people are not in isolation of it. In fact, in a study conducted by Deloitte, more than 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies either partially or fully implemented an enterprise social network by the end of 2013. Even the way we hire and manage our Human Resources has changed. The rapid ascent of digital and social media are propelling businesses forward like never before. Do you have the right knowledge and process in place to take part in this and make it the most effective channel for your organization, management, and employees?
Date: Aug 13 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Heidi Schwende
WSI Digital Moxie

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Husam Jandal
WSI Academy

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WSI Academy WSI Digital Moxie
 
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