Hamilton: 03.11.20 The Sum is More: Co-Leadership, Collaboration and Co-Facilitation

Date and Time

Starts:03/11/2020 5:30 PM

Ends:03/11/2020 8:30 PM

Event Type: Meeting - Dinner

1.5 Hours Hour(s)

Waterfront Banquet & Conference Centre 555 Bay Street North Hamilton, ON


Free for first 100 members, then
HRPA Members:
$30 + Taxes
$45 + Taxes
$15 + Taxes


Additional Information

5:30pm: Registration & Networking
6:00pm: Dinner
7:00pm: Speaker presentation
8:30pm: Event concludes

Event Sponsor

In an increasingly complex and ever changing business environment, co-leadership, collaboration and co-facilitation are important leadership models for organizations wanting to leverage the diverse skills and talents of its workforce. Whether you are co-leading special projects with partners from other business units, collaborating across silos, or co-facilitating, this session will explore essential components for making co-leadership work. Session participants will acquire a framework and series of questions which can be applied in designing and sustaining powerful co-leadership experiences.



Co-Leadership, co-facilitation and collaboration are increasingly important in organizations facing ongoing change and complex challenges. This session will be of interest to HR professionals who are having to work and lead across different departments, co-facilitate, and support teams who are functioning collaboratively. The cost of poor partnerships is immense. The session will provide HR professionals with insights around benefits and pitfalls to collaborative approaches, best practices as it relates to co-facilitation and practical questions designed to make collaborative partnerships WORK.

Speaker bio(s)
Jennifer Britton, CHRP, CHRL

Jennifer Britton delivers interactive presentations to groups ranging in size from 10 to hundreds. Her presentations are known for their focus on relevant tips which audience members are encouraged to take back to the workplace. As author of five publications including Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013), Jennifer is considered a thought leader in the field of coaching groups and teams. She brings a coach-approach to her presentation placing an emphasis on goal-setting, awareness, action and personal accountability.

As a former virtual team leader and Program Director who was based and worked throughout Central and South America, the Caribbean and Europe, with the United Nations and Canadian and British NGOs, her stories of real time leadership, teamwork, and working remote are entertaining and inspiring!