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Reinventing HR|Group Coaching Program for HR Leaders - April 3rd & May 8th

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180 Dundas Street West

19th Floor Conference room

Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8

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Globalization, artificial intelligence and labour shortages are just a few of the many elements impacting the workplace. The complexity and the pace of things are such that organizations must constantly realign themselves with ever-changing realities.

How is it that some organizations can learn, adapt, and agree to change and reinvent themselves, when others simply can’t, or won’t? Why are they so attached to their convictions and what they know?

As HR Leaders, how are you expected to keep up, leading and empowering such organizations when there is so much resistance from within?

Wouldn’t it be nice to break through this conundrum?


Why attend?

  • Join us in a truly innovative group coaching program designed to provide you with new perspectives and answers to the above.
  • Discover 3 overarching realities impacting the workplace: Identity, relations and complexity, and, at the heart of it all, the individual’s identity.
  • See how you could be instrumental in disengaging the organization (and yourself) from its “automatic pilot” thinking mode and discover the paths to mobilization, innovation and ultimately transformation.
  • Give your organization an edge and give yourself a break by experiencing this truly unique program.


A program based on recent, hard scientific data

To speak authoritatively, you need data. This program is not based on opinions or the latest leadership trends but rather on recent, hard scientific data, such as:

  • Identity transition concept – Herminia Ibarra (Harvard University)
  • Positive psychology – the benefits of working to your strengths (Clifton Strengthfinders)
  • Neuroscience and management, SCARF model - David Rock (Neuroscience Institute)
  • Theory of behavioural economics (Thinking fast, and slow) – Daniel Kahneman (Nobel prize winner)
  • Google’s discovery on psychological safety (Amy Edmondson)


Experience this two-day customized program designed especially for HR leaders

$1,200 for both sessions:

  • First session: April 3, 2019 – 9:00 to 4:00
  • Second session: May 8, 2019 – 9:00 to 4:00

Register to reserve your spot now. Groups are limited.


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19th Floor Conference room

Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8

Canada

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