Leadership and Trust: Build, Restore and Redefine HR   

“Leaders must be lighthouses who safely guide their people and organization to success. They must build themselves up then shine their light onto others and the sea of uncertainty that we are all a part of.” – Jacob Morgan

“The more we expose the injustice in the workplace, the more hope there will be for meaningful change.” – Jennifer Valentyne

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Location

Virtual

Event platform access will be communicated by email 48 hours prior to the event start.

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CPD

CPD Hours TBD

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Price

Member, Non-Member and Student pricing available. Details to be announced.

Early Bird pricing available until October 20.

This three half-day conference, happening November 22 – 24, will address recurring workplace issues, tackle emerging HR trends, and prepare attendees for the future of HR in organizations.

Sessions will equip HR professionals with new and critical skills, tools and strategies to strengthen, develop and transform their practices and organization.

Cultivate leadership skills and tackle toxic workplace cultures head on at this year’s Fall Conference. Over the course of three half-days, this virtual conference will offer insights into issues that are front of mind for HR professionals such as enhancing inclusivity in your workplace by prioritizing neurodiversity at work, centering accessibility needs and establishing respectful, healthy boundaries at work. Participants will examine trending concepts like four-day work weeks and creative employee well-being strategies as well as harnessing technological advancements and integrating AI into HR. Industry leaders will offer expertise in management techniques, innovative best practices for onboarding the next generation of workers and ensuring that HR meets the varying needs of how business leaders can restore trust and rebuild organizations to shape the future trajectory of HR.

Level up your HR knowledge in these virtual conversations over three half-days on November 22 – 24 and register today.

Why attend

  • Gain the latest insights and information to support your business and prepare for the future
  • Learn from leading experts on today’s most pressing workplace issues
  • HR professionals who are involved with diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in the workplace
  • Collaborate with and learn from other HR professionals facing similar workplace challenges

Who should attend

  • HR Specialists, HR Generalists, HR Managers, HR Directors, HR Business Partners
  • Organizational Development Professionals and others who lead or execute OD strategies and programs in their organizations
  • Business Leaders who are responsible for leadership training and development, employee engagement and policy development
  • HR Professionals who are involved with organizational effectiveness, psychological safety and change-management and DEI principles

This three half-day conference, happening November 22 – 24, will address recurring workplace issues, tackle emerging HR trends, and prepare attendees for the future of HR in organizations.

Sessions will equip HR professionals with new and critical skills, tools and strategies to strengthen, develop and transform their practices and organization.

Cultivate leadership skills and tackle toxic workplace cultures head on at this year’s Fall Conference. Over the course of three half-days, this virtual conference will offer insights into issues that are front of mind for HR professionals such as enhancing inclusivity in your workplace by prioritizing neurodiversity at work, centering accessibility needs and establishing respectful, healthy boundaries at work. Participants will examine trending concepts like four-day work weeks and creative employee well-being strategies as well as harnessing technological advancements and integrating AI into HR. Industry leaders will offer expertise in management techniques, innovative best practices for onboarding the next generation of workers and ensuring that HR meets the varying needs of how business leaders can restore trust and rebuild organizations to shape the future trajectory of HR.

Level up your HR knowledge in these virtual conversations over three half-days on November 22 – 24 and register today.

Why attend

  • Gain the latest insights and information to support your business and prepare for the future
  • Learn from leading experts on today’s most pressing workplace issues
  • HR professionals who are involved with diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in the workplace
  • Collaborate with and learn from other HR professionals facing similar workplace challenges

Who should attend

  • HR Specialists, HR Generalists, HR Managers, HR Directors, HR Business Partners
  • Organizational Development Professionals and others who lead or execute OD strategies and programs in their organizations
  • Business Leaders who are responsible for leadership training and development, employee engagement and policy development
  • HR Professionals who are involved with organizational effectiveness, psychological safety and change-management and DEI principles

The Fall Conference will be collectively eligible for CPD Hours. Once the program has been approved, details will be announced here. 

CPD codes are only issued for sessions you attended live. No CPD code is provided for sessions viewed on-demand. Sessions you view on-demand do qualify for CPD Hours and will accumulate toward the total eligible CPD hours, however you will need to log those hours manually. Details can be found on the CPD FAQs page.

Not sure of your schedule?
Whether you attend the sessions live or not, register anyway to gain access to the conference recordings post-event. On-demand viewings still qualify for CPD Hours and recordings are made available for one year post-event date.

Event Pricing
All registration fees include access to the live, virtual streamed sessions as well as access to the conference recordings post-event.

INDIVIDUAL
REGISTRATION
Early bird
Until October 20, 2022
Regular
October 20, 2022 onward
MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$75
$180

$95
$230
NON-MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$100
$240

$120
$290
STUDENT MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$35
$80

$35
$80

GROUP
REGISTRATION

3+ MORE REGISTRANTS
Early bird
Until October 20, 2022
Regular
June 17, 2022 onward
MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$70
$165

$90
$210
NON-MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$95
$230

$115
$275
STUDENT MEMBERS
Single Day
Full Event

$35
$80

$35
$80

Please note that HRPA reserves the right to modify and update session titles, descriptions and speakers.

DAY 1: Tuesday, November 22

8:45 AM – 9:00 AM
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Speaker(s): Kris Tierney (She/her/hers), CHRP, CHRL, Vice President, Human Resources and Learning, HRPA; Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc. 

9:00 AM – 9:45 AM
HR Trends and Insights

Speaker(s): To be announced.

10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
MASTERCLASS SESSIONS: Select 1 of 3

Speaker(s): To be announced.

Speaker(s): To be announced.

Speaker(s): Dr. Chris Mullen, Executive Director of The Workforce Institute

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM
The Future Leader: 9 Leadership Skills & Mindsets for the Future of Work

Speaker(s): Jacob Morgan, International Best-selling Author, Keynote Speaker, Professionally Trained Futurist; Founder, FutureOfWorkUniversity.com

12:45 PM – 1:00 PM
Closing Remarks and Day 1 Wrap-up

Speaker(s): Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.

Please note that HRPA reserves the right to modify and update session titles, descriptions and speakers.

DAY 2: Wednesday, November 23

8:45 AM – 9:00 AM
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Speaker(s): Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
CONCURRENT SESSIONS: Select 1 of 3

Speaker(s): Allison Venditti, CHRP, CHRL, Founder of Moms at Work and My Parental Leave

Speaker(s): To be announced.

Speaker(s): To be announced.

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM
Keynote

Speaker(s): Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.; Brandy Payne, Workplace Mental Health

11:15 AM – 12:30 PM
Ask the Experts: Select 1 of 3

Attendees are invited to join these moderated, peer-to-peer learning sessions that are a safe space for asking questions, exploring HR issues and sharing your own insights. 

Each session will open with a 15-minute presentation on the topic facilitated by an industry expert. This presentation will introduce or explain ideas and concepts to initiate a discussion. The remaining time will be an open forum question and answer period.

Although there will be a moderator and topic matter expert in the room, you as the audience member drive the discussion. Come prepared to share and discussthe ideas, best practices and solutions that keep you awake at night. Note, these sessions will be recorded.

Facilitator: Ingrid Wilson, CHRL, SMS, Senior HR Executive & CHRO|CDEI Strategist and Advocate; Board Member and Advisor

Facilitator: Melanie Drouin, Senior Consultant at Great Place to Work® Canada

Facilitator: To be announced.

12:30 PM – 1:00 PM
Ask the Expert Summary, Closing Remarks and Day 2 Wrap-up

Speaker(s): Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.

Please note that HRPA reserves the right to modify and update session titles, descriptions and speakers.

DAY 3: Thursday, November 24

8:45 AM – 9:00 AM
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Speaker(s): Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers), President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
MASTERCLASSES: Select 1 of 3

Speaker(s): To be announced.

Speaker(s): Anne-Marie Fannon, Director, University of Waterloo Work-Learn Institute; Dave Drewery, Associate Director, University of Waterloo Work-Learn Institute

Speaker(s): To be announced.

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
CONCURRENT SESSIONS: Select 1 of 3

Speaker(s): Alison Grenier, Senior Consultant, Head of Culture & Research, Great Place to Work® Canada

Speaker(s): Tyler Fainstat, Executive Director, John Howard Society of Ottawa

Speaker(s): To be announced.

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
HR Failed Me: A Reality Check

Moderator: Laura Williams, Managing Partner, Williams HR Law LLP President and CEO, Williams HR Consulting Inc.
Speaker(s): Jennifer Valentyne, Television Personality

1:30 PM – 1:35 PM
Closing Remarks and Day 3 Wrap-up

Speaker(s): Kris Tierney (She/her/hers), CHRP, CHRL, Vice President, Human Resources and Learning, HRPA; Lindsay Recknell (She/her/hers); President & CEO, Paradigm Corporate Wellness Inc.

Thank you to our Sponsors and Partners

Supporting Sponsors

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Session Sponsor

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Interested in presenting at this event? Apply now to become a registered speaker.

Contact Amber Pilon, Specialist, Sales and Sponsorship Support, to learn more about partnership or sponsorship opportunities.
Tel: 416.923.2324 ext. 309
Email: apilon@hrpa.ca

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