Barrie and District: 05.11.2021 - Annual Business Meeting (ABM) and HR From The Inside: Battle Scars Earned from My Own Mistakes and Victories (Webinar)
In this session, Louise will discuss real-life case examples of situations, opportunities and ethical dilemmas she's face in her 25-year career and the role of the HR professional in solving people-centric organizational issues. Louise identifies where HR was the savior and where it failed in issues prevention remediation. You might laugh, you might cry, but you will absolutely reflect on your own HR practice and how to do things better!
- Increase your knowledge and understanding on how to solve people-centric organizational issues
- A better understanding of your role as a HR Professional
- Help you to reflect on your HR practice and how you can improve
Speaker: Louise Taylor Green
Louise Taylor Green is Chief Executive Officer of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), the regulatory association for the HR profession in Ontario with 26 chapters and over 23,000 members.
Louise is one of those rare Chief Human Resources Officers who has transitioned in and out of HR and into running a line of business. In fact, she has done this several times in multibillion-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 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 client's success. She believes that HR has never been more influential than they are right now in the corporation's success but also in the lives of the organization's leaders and employees and broader stakeholders.
Louise is a certified HR professional (CHRP, CHRL, CHRE), an ICF certified coach (PCC), a certified management consultant with CMC Canada, an accredited director with ICD (ICD.D).
7:00 pm - Welcome, Introductions and Annual Business Meeting
7:30 pm - Presentation and Q&A
8:30 pm - Event Concludes
Monday May 10, 2021 at 6:00pm
** During registration, please consider the donation option. Donated funds collected through this event registration will be equally divided between Indspire and Black Youth Helpline, preferred charities identified by HRPA members in a recent survey.