FREE - Live Webinar: HR Anticipator Webinar: Transitioning to Strategic HR


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Starts:11/23/2020 10:30 AM

Ends:11/23/2020 12:00 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 CPD Hour(s)

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ON24

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Over the past decade, HR professionals have focused primarily on their functions’ operating models, policies, and systems. However, in today’s increasingly competitive and dynamic business environment, they must focus on how to manage talent strategically. HR must make the transition from being administrators or reactors to ‘Anticipators’ who add value to their organization by connecting business and people strategies.

On November 23rd join DDI and a dynamic team of Senior HR Leaders in an interactive 1.5 hour webinar. We will explore the panel members’ career journeys to becoming true HR Anticipators, and the methodology to get you on the right path to advancing your career.


In this session you will learn:

  • The key areas for growth in transitioning to Strategic HR
  • How Senior HR leaders successfully became anticipators
  • Your current skill level and identification of the areas to concentrate on for future development (via a personal self-assessment)
  • Speaker bio(s)
    Louise Taylor Green, CHRP, CHRL, CHRE, CEO, HRPA

    Louise Taylor Green is Chief Executive Officer of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), the regulatory association for the HR profession in Ontario with 27 chapters and over 23,000 members.

    Louise is one of those rare Chief Human Resources Officer’s who has transitioned in and out of HR and into running a line of business. In fact, she’s done this several times in multi-billion dollar corporations in aviation, financial services, property & casualty insurance and healthcare.

    Over the course of her career, Louise has held an unwavering belief that an organization’s talent is the key to unlocking and elevating organizational performance. By advocating for a talent-first agenda, she believes that the HR leadership must assume responsibility as the architect of optimal organizational effectiveness through intentional culture design, a dynamic HR operating model and an HR team that have real skin-in-the-game for their clients success. She believes that HR has never been more influential to business than they are right now.

    Louise is a certified HR professional (holding the CHRP, CHRL and CHRE designations), an ICF certified coach (PCC), a certified management consultant with Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Ontario (CMC), an accredited director with the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D).


    Jo-Anne DuBois, Senior Consultant, DDI

    Jo-Anne is highly recognized for her exceptional integrations skills that create a rich business focused learning environment where leaders at all levels grow and walk away with a greater understanding of their role and their important contribution to the overall performance of the organization. Through her ability to build strong relationships with clients, Jo-Anne can better identify organizational needs and deliver optimum solutions that enhance both individual and organizational performance.

    Jo-Anne is a fluently bilingual professional with over 40 years’ experience in training and communications, consulting, and managing in high-tech, telecommunications, and manufacturing environments in Canada, the United States, and Europe.

    In her role as senior organizational performance consultant, Jo-Anne works with organizations in various industries, including oil and gas, aeronautical, banking, broadcasting, pharmaceutical, high-technology, manufacturing, and government.

    Her areas of expertise are in delivering leadership training to mid and senior leaders, performance management, workforce development, and behavioural interview training; managing organizational change; performing job analyses; team building; project management; and succession management.

    Jo-Anne has worked with Enbridge, Halliburton, TAQA, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Air Liquide, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Sanofi, Bristol-Myers Squibb, McKesson Canada, the Business Development Bank of Canada, and the Bank of Canada.


    Jo-Anne Everett , Manager, Business Development, DDI

    As Manager, Business Development, Jo-Anne brings over two decades of governance consulting and program design experience to DDI. Jo-Anne advises large multinational clients interested in linking enterprise-wide talent initiatives to driving global business strategy.

    Jo-Anne leads a team of client-focused leadership strategists who specialize in aligning talent strategy to the areas of selection, development, and succession management propelling clients to meet their business objectives.

    Jo-Anne is a true partner who gets a thrill out of consulting with clients on effective people strategies which translate into ROI.


    Karen Stone, CHRE, Vice President, Human Resources and Facilities

    Karen Stone is Vice President, Human Resources and Facilities for St. Joseph's Health Care London, a major patient care, teaching and research centre with a distinguished legacy of service to London, Southwestern Ontario and the veterans of Canada, dating back more than 140 years.

    In her current role Karen is responsible for the development and execution of high-performance human resource strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization. As the facilities executive, she is responsible for the organization’s long-range facilities planning and management, capital project oversight and capital improvement plan in accordance with government policies and procedures.

    Karen holds an honours degree in Labour Studies from McMaster University and a Master’s degree in Continuing Education from the University of Calgary with a specific concentration on workplace leadership. Her Master’s degree research focused on workplace spirituality and the development of a conceptual model of workplace wellness for Ontario hospitals. Karen holds the Certified Human Resource Executive designation. Karen recently joined the Board of Directors for Youth Opportunities Unlimited in London, subsequent to the recent completion of her term as Chair, Board of Directors for the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), the regulatory body and association for Human Resources professionals in Ontario, Canada.


    Kelly Davis, CHRP, CHRL, CHRE, Chief People Officer

    Kelly Davis is the Chief People Officer for Sunwing Travel Group, North America’s largest vertically-integrated travel company with approximately 24,000 employees across fourteen countries. Prior to this role, Kelly was the Senior Vice President of HR, Customer Service and Communications for Town Shoes Limited. She led these three functions for the company’s 4 banners and 4000+ associates. Prior to joining Town Shoes Limited, she was the Vice President of People Development at Cara Operations (Milestones, Kelsey’s, Harvey’s, Montana’s and Swiss Chalet). Kelly spent most of her career prior to joining Cara Operations with the Hudson’s Bay Company where she worked for over 12 years in a variety of progressive HR roles including leading the HR function for all Bay and Home Outfitters stores across Canada.

    Kelly holds her B.A. from McGill University and her CHRE, CHRL and H.R.C.C.C. (Human Resources & Compensation Committee Certification) designations. She is a member of the Strategic Capability Network and the HR Advisory Council for the Human Resources Professionals Association. In 2018, Kelly was named on the “HR Hot List” as one of Canada’s top 27 HR professionals shaping the future of HR in HRD magazine. Kelly is passionate about supporting not for profit organizations. In the past, she has actively contributed to the HR Committee of the Board of Directors for Eva’s Initiatives and to the Leadership Committee of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers, Big Sisters Canada.

    She recently joined the Black North Initiative as a member of their CEO Pledge Committee (www.blacknorth.ca - The Black North Initiative was created by The Canadian Council of Business Leaders Against Anti-Black Systemic Racism to combat anti-Black systemic racism in Corporate Canada. The Initiative challenges senior Canadian business leaders to sign a CEO Pledge committing their companies to specific actions and targets designed to end anti-Black systemic racism and create opportunities for all of those in the underrepresented BIPOC community). She also currently serves as a Board Director and Chair of the HR & Governance Committee for White Ribbon (the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women, girls and people of all genders).


    Adrianna Diaz, Head of Human Resources for Canada and Latin America

    Adrianna Diaz, serves as Head of Human Resources for Canada and Latin America, bringing over 25 years of HR experience to the team. Prior to joining SAS, she was the HR Director at Scotia Bank, responsible for HR mergers and acquisitions, driving organizational effectiveness and workforce insights.

    She combines her wealth of HR experience with a data lens to drive actionable insights around strategy, financial planning and optimization. Adriana is most passionate about the role of diversity and igniting leadership principals that create and empower a diverse workplace culture. Her areas of expertise include HR Consulting (end to end process for different lines of businesses like Retail, Wealth, Insurance, Risk and Technology) M&A, Employee Relations Management, Employee Development, Strategic Initiatives and Talent & Leadership Management. Adriana is a trained lawyer and holds an MBA from IPADE Business School and a Post Graduate certificate in HR from the University of Toronto. (linkedin.com/in/adriana-gonzalez-diaz)