Algoma 10.02.18 Annual Conference


Date and Time

Starts:10/02/2018 8:00 AM

Ends:10/02/2018 4:30 PM

Event Type



Marconi Club

450 Albert St West

Sault Ste Marie, ON


Members: $50 | Student Registrants: $25 | Non-Members: $75


Additional Information

Event Sponsor

Algoma 10.02.18  Annual Conference

  • Learn about the latest case law

  • Learn about Bill 148 updates

  • Explore new approaches in Agile Leadership

  • Learn about risk management strategies

  • Network with your peers




Speaker bio(s)

 Cynthia Ingram

Cynthia Ingram

Cynthia is a senior lawyer who is provides proactive advice and representation to employer and employee clients on human resource and employment-related matters, including human rights, occupational health and safety requirements, risk-management and workplace investigations and assessments.

With a focus on management needs, she provides strategic advice and operational support towards comprehensive workplace policies and practice. Her wide range of experience includes counselling and representing clients on a variety of employment related issues, including hiring practices, employment and service agreements, employee policies and procedures, performance management, managing employee leaves of absence, employee discipline and termination, occupational health and safety, and discrimination and harassment.

A skilled litigator, her expertise includes advising clients in the practical avoidance of litigation on contentious workplace and employment disputes, and representing clients before all levels of Courts and administrative tribunals in Ontario if and when litigation results.

Because of her background in civil litigation, Cynthia is able to “get in the trenches” to identify and understand the business needs and strategies of her employer clients and offer practical advice and solutions. She is recognized for her attention to detail, and for being able to develop a unique alliance with her clients – developing practical strategies to enable them to navigate all statutory and human resources obligations and achieve sound workplace practices and policies.

 Alan Mallory

Alan Mallory

Alan is an international speaker, author and professional development trainer who is passionate about leadership and human performance. He studied engineering at Queen’s University and has worked all over the world as a mechanical engineer and project manager – but his true passion is working with people. Alan has always had a keen interest in discovering what drives us to do what we do, and how we can use this knowledge to improve. As a keynote speaker and leadership coach, Alan delivers a number of exciting presentations and training programs that are all about embracing and working through challenges and achieving breakthrough performance. Alan integrates his many years of innovative leadership experience with captivating mountaineering and adventure stories to create a powerful and unforgettable journey for his audiences.

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