Summer 2018 Executive Dinner

For most of us, summer is a time to simply slow down and take a breath amidst the hectic activity that colours most of the year. Take some time to relax and unwind from your busy schedule while cultivating your network, and focusing on your personal and professional growth. This summer, HRPA Executive Events will be presenting CEO in Spotlight Summer Executive Dinner in a beautiful garden setting.


Spend a tranquil summer evening focusing on growth.


Rosedale


End your week with a relaxing executive dinner in the tranquil sanctuary, natural landscapes and graceful gardens of the Rosedale Golf Club.


Schedule:

July 24, 2018 - Leadership in the Time of #MeToo

Registration:
5:00PM
Cocktail: 5:30PM
Dinner: 6:00PM
Presentation: 7:00PM


Fee per Meeting:

HRPA Members: $100 + Taxes
Non-Members: $150 + Taxes

Location: 

Rosedale Golf Club
1901 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON

Registration Info:

Event open for Registration to HR Directors, VP and SVP Level Executives. CEOs, COOs, CHRE Designation Holders are welcomed. Cancellation Policy applies. Please submitregistrationrequests to ituka@hrpa.ca

No Cellphones, No Jeans Policy. Phone room is available. The location is easily accessible from major highways.

For most of us, summer is a time to simply slow down and take a breath amidst the hectic activity that colours most of the year. Take some time to relax and unwind from your busy schedule while cultivating your network, and focusing on your personal and professional growth. This summer, HRPA Executive Events will be presenting CEO in Spotlight Summer Executive Dinner in a beautiful garden setting.


Spend a tranquil summer evening focusing on growth.


Rosedale


End your week with a relaxing executive dinner in the tranquil sanctuary, natural landscapes and graceful gardens of the Rosedale Golf Club.


June 21, 2018 CEO Spotlight

Leadership in the Time of #MeToo

It seems that the news stories are almost endless: every week, there is a new report on sexual misconduct, often perpetrated by those in power positions.

The news stories have forced companies and individuals to take a hard look at their own values and culture.

You may not think sexual harassment is an issue in your organization – a full 94% of CEO's in corporate Canada don’t think so. But the imbalance of power has shifted, and organizations need to ready themselves for the changes ahead.

Join HRPA, Leanne Nicolle, former Executive Director of the Canadian Olympic Foundation, and Irit Kelman, Senior Investigator at Rubin Thomlinson, at this executive-only event, on how to deal with the new #MeToo reality based on first-hand experience.


Presenter Bios

Leanne-Nicolle Leanne Nicolle, President and CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto

Leanne Nicolle, idea generator, humanity advocate and globally-minded social innovator left her private sector marketing executive career to dedicate her life to igniting courage in others and various social impact initiatives.

Leanne has a passion for human development and has worked in the social space for UNICEF, Plan Canada and the Canadian Olympic Foundation.

Currently, Leanne is the President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto where she is thriving in her role as leader and mentor.


Irit-KelmanIrit Kelman, Senior Investigator, Rubin Thomlinson LLP

Irit Kelman brings 18 years of legal and investigative experience to Rubin Thomlinson — including sensitive, intelligent investigations of gender identity discrimination, racial discrimination, failure to accommodate, sexual harassment, and personal harassment complaints.

At Rubin Thomlinson, Irit fields a diverse range of workplace investigations, including complaints of sexual harassment, racial discrimination, and other forms of misconduct. Irit is also available to help organizations proactively identify and curb dysfunction through workplace assessments and reviews. Finally, Irit is an engaging and experienced trainer, who provides workplace investigation and human rights training to staff at all levels.

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