Grand Valley: 05.27.2020 - Daring Leadership
Human Resources Leadership - Dare to Lead!
In her upcoming talk with HRPA Natalie will share how courageous leadership is not only high in demand but can be taught, measured and observed. This presentation will touch on progressive research from Dr. Bréné Brown and how to incorporate the new insights, tools, and confidence in participants' experiences in all aspects of their lives.
To lead is daring. To inspire others is to be grounded in confidence not only in yourself but in your vision and decisions.
The role of a human resources leader is not an easy one, however, it can be an extremely rewarding, meaningful and impactful experience.
- What is daring leadership and why it is so needed now, more than ever.
- The power of vulnerability – how we as human resources leaders can start to use it.
- Comparative suffering – what is it and how to avoid it. What types of conversations support better leadership, challenge norms, advance and support people and culture in the workplace?
This Daring Leadership session will develop and enhance HR leaders' competencies in the following core HR Competency areas:
Enhance emotional intelligence of HR leaders (and their ability to impact EI in other organizational leaders) by encouraging vulnerable, courageous leadership
Augment professional HR practice by building self-awareness of leadership qualities and enabling HR to identify and promote those leadership qualities in others
Improve organizational effectiveness by giving HR practitioners tools to build team communication and relationships
Encourage learning and development of self, others and leaders in the area of courageous leadership, decision-making and culture
- Enhance HR's ability to lead the organization with authenticity and build a culture of trust
- Improve their own ability to show up authentically in service of people by improving awareness of others and self, as well as communicate more effectively with shared clarity of purpose
- Augment critical thinking and decision making by increasing awareness of own and others' motivations and needs
- Create a more psychologically safe workplace
- Enhance trust, courageous leadership (communication, decision-making, culture-building)
Guest Speaker - Natalie Dumond
Natalie has over 15 years of experience in human resources management, organizational development and employee and leader coaching in the technology and manufacturing industries.
Along with coaching credentials through the Coaching Training Institute and the International Coaching Federation, she holds a BA (Hons) degree in sociology, a degree in Human Resources Management and a certification as a facilitator in Dare to Lead™.
6:30pm – Opening Remarks and Introductions
6:35pm – 8:00pm - Presentation and Closing Remarks
HR Professionals are seeking to assist!
We are all in this together, and for many Ontarians access to food is a real challenge at this time. As suggested by HRPA members and as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, HRPA has identified Feed Ontario as our COVID-19 recommended charity.
HRPA members attending Chapter sessions between now and June 30, 2020 have the option to support, please select the $5 registration option when joining a free chapter webinar. All proceeds will go to support COVID-19 efforts through Feed Ontario. All contributions will be non-refundable.