AC2021 - 202: Inclusivity with an Indigenous HR Lens

2021 Annual Conference

Member: $25.00
Non-Member: $35.00

Qualifies for CPD hours - Labour & Employee Relations - Learning & Development

An experiential look at diversity and inclusion from the perspective of an Indigenous HR professional

Learning Objectives

  • Gain an overview of the value of diversity and inclusion in organizations today from the perspective of an Indigenous HR professional;
  • Learn about 3 differences that are often perceived as assets for Indigenous organizations more so than non-Indigenous organizations; and
  • Develop a new way to think strategically about inclusivity for their own organization.

Lisa Isaac, CHRL, CHRP

Owner & Senior HR Consultant
Lisa Isaac HR Professional Services

Lisa is a Certified HR Leader and Professional, passionate about helping leaders with their people. Her authentic approach to leadership is to work in partnership for sustainable success. Prior to founding the company, she worked in the manufacturing, energy, and banking industries in Alberta, Nunavut, Ontario, and in her home community, Moose Deer Point First Nation, on beautiful Georgian Bay. 

Lisa is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and the University of Lethbridge. She holds the designations of Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) and Professional (CHRP) and is an active member of the HRPA, where she coaches and mentors the HR leaders of the future. Lisa is committed to giving back, not only to those who supported her growth and development, but also to ensuring her community grows as a whole. She values sharing knowledge and continuous learning, finding creative solutions, and helping others succeed.