It’s a competitive world. Beyond attracting the right talent, it is more important than ever to ensure your talent investment sticks around. In this 90-minute lunch and learn with Power HR, you’ll walk away with best practices & policies that will not only help your retention but also help you craft diverse teams ready to take on the next challenge! The three key topics include:
- Employee Retention Best Practices: Proven actions to lower employee turnover and maximize employee engagement and productivity. Find out what Canada’s Top Employers are they doing that make them an employer of choice
- Increasing Diversity and Inclusion: Strategies and actions to tap into under-represented labour pools and implement diversity plans and policies
- Inspired Leadership: Coaching Emerging Leaders: Understand inspired leadership, and how best-in-class organizations are optimizing their leadership capability by expanding their development programs to offer coaching to emerging leaders
Following this discussion-based session, you will receive a complimentary Recruitment & Retention Assessment to start prioritizing your human resources actions and building your 2019 Talent Roadmap Strategy & Plan.
Susan Power is the Owner & CEO of Power HR Inc, a boutique human resources company specializing in coaching and building leadership capability. Susan has worked in human resources for 15+ years building her consulting skills at the global management consulting firm Accenture. In 2016, Susan sold her first human resources consulting business (Higher Talent) in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador, and is building another practice in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Susan is a Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) and has her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Calgary. Susan can be contacted at email@example.com, and invites you to check out her and Tyler Bayley’s Inspired Leadership™ podcast, and reach out to share an Inspired Leadership™ story.
Special thank you to our venue sponsor:
Common Good Solutions
Date(s) - 05/02/2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm