Human Resource leadership is the most important factor in creating environments where employees feel safe, motivated and committed to the business success.
Healthy, profitable workplaces are created through strong people leadership. Crisis and change force us to re-evaluate our current practices. They highlight our zones of genius as well as our areas of struggle.
It is critical to stay up to date as our workplaces change and employee expectations evolve. The current health emergency highlights the need for organizations to assess their HR knowledge and the effectiveness of their practices. Make no mistake, the way employees are treated before, during and after the crisis will have lasting impacts on business results.
In this course you will learn how to increase your HR Leadership and the content will be customize to address our current reality. The training will provide you with the tools and confidence to handle common workplace situations such as hiring the right people, meeting legal obligations, engaging employees, dealing with performance issues and when necessary ending employment.
Course topics may include:
- Supporting employees during a crisis
- Managing remote teams
- COVID 19 layoff, rehires and terminations
- Accommodating employees (Child care, health concerns)
- Mental Health
- Protecting employees with new safety protocols
- Successful Hiring
- Performance Management
- Delivering Feedback
- Coaching for Success
- Building trust
- Labour Standards Legislation
- Respectful Workplaces
- Rewards and Recognition
About the Trainer:
Genevieve MacInnis 20 years of Human Resources experience working with midsized Canadian companies and large multinationals in both unionized and non-unionized environments.
She achieved her Certified Human Resources Professional designation in 2006 and has multiple certificates in Adult Education. Genevieve has delivered over 1500 hours of HR, Leadership, Communication and Conflict Resolution training.
Genevieve is the founder of Inspired Change Consulting, providing services in the areas of Employee Engagement, Leadership Development and Implementing Change.