The Human (Resources) Side of Contemporary Leadership

Date and Time

Starts:08/16/2016 8:30 AM

Ends:08/16/2016 4:30 PM

7 Hours Hour(s)

Yorkville Conference Center 150 Bloor St W, 2nd FL Toronto, ON


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The 21st-century business environment is radically different from that of the 20th. How can 21st-century Human Resources practices transform to keep up with the complex demands made of today’s workplaces and organizations? This workshop explores the latest thinking on how HR professionals can influence the practice of leadership and the behaviour of organizations.

Learning objectives:

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

<  Understand and appreciate the underlying dynamics of today’s business environment and how it radically differs from that of the 20th century;

<  Use a newly discovered understanding of organization and human dynamics to guide practical decision-making in people- and team-related matters for today’s workforce;

<  Apply new techniques to stimulate intrinsic motivation among workers to create a highly engaged, committed workforce even when faced with the challenges of low morale, poor engagement scores, and discipline problems;

<  Transform traditional performance management into a tool that drives collaboration and innovation;p>

<  Learn now to ask the three, simple questions that can eliminate nearly all “difficult conversations” that managers ever face.

Who should attend:

Senior HR professionals and managers, directors, VPs, or C-level executives who are interested in creating conditions for commitment, engagement, and innovation among their employees.

Speaker bio(s)
 Mark Federman

Mark Federman, Organization, Executive, Leadership & Career Transformation Coach at Reengagement Realized

As a transformation coach through his organization Reengagement Realized, Mark helps both organizations and individuals to discover their own best and aspirational selves, and to create the circumstances through which an alternate future – for their organization, their leadership, their career, and their life – truly becomes possible.

Mark has a masters’ degree and a doctorate in Adult Education and Counselling Psychology; Workplace Learning and Change from the University of Toronto – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. He is the co-author of McLuhan for Managers: New tools for new thinking and is a frequent presenter, delivering workshops and keynote addresses.

Coupling a wealth of experience as a leader in both the corporate and academic spheres with innovative thinking and insights, Mark has a truly unique perspective on transformational coaching.