Management Tools for Today's Workplace
Toronto Full Day Conference
Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Hours: 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. (Continental breakfast served at 8:30a.m.)
Location: Radisson Hotel Toronto East, 55 Hallcrown Place, Toronto
Topics and Speakers:
Today’s Critical Issues in Employment Law presented by Michelle Henry, J.D., Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Work of Leaders: Connect to real-world demands presented by Murray Janewski, MBA, President, ACT One International Corp.
Ignite Your Culture! 6 Steps to Fuel your Organization’s Profits, People and Potential presented by Carol Ring, CEO & Founder, The Culture Connection, Speaker, Facilitator and Author
Peak Performance: Become a GameChanger! presented by Orlando Bowen, M.Sc., Motivational Speaker, Executive Director, One Voice One Team Youth Leadership Organization
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Ottawa - Apr. 12, 2018
Calgary - May 1, 2018
Toronto - May 2, 2018
Halifax - May 2, 2018
Edmonton - May 3, 2018
Register three (3) participants from the same organization at the same time and a fourth participant attends FREE of charge.
Today’s Critical Issues in Employment Law
This presentation will provide recent cases, updates and developments in the following areas:
Human Rights, WSIB and Mental Health Issues
In this session we will:
• Discuss recent cases on assessing the duty to accommodate and undue hardship
• Examine WSIB mental health claims and WSIB decisions on traumatic mental stress
• Obtain insights on what medical information employers are entitled to request
• Consider Health and Safety Issues and Confidentiality
• Review the process of discipline of employees with mental health issues
• Discuss best practices for approaching stress and mental health claims
• Review recent damage awards in human rights cases
• Discuss Best Practices to Avoid Large Damage Awards
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The Work of Leaders: Connect to real-world demands
Based on best practices,” The Work of Leaders” connects to real-world demands, generating powerful conversations that provide a clear path for action.
Obtain valuable insights into leadership best practices based on work done by Murray Janewski in partnership with John Wiley and Sons. Leadership will be defined as a one-to-many relationship as opposed to the one-to-one relationship that is unique to the field of management. Leadership focuses on tangible steps directed at leading a team toward desired outcomes. Discuss the findings of six years of research and input from over 300 people at over 150 organizations.
Using the framework of Vision, Alignment and Execution, The Work of Leaders encourages leaders to understand their own leadership behaviours and how those behaviours will impact their effectiveness in leading others.
While thought provoking, The Work of Leaders stimulates fresh conversations and perspectives regardless of the leader’s knowledge or experience. It’s an opportunity for leaders at all levels of learning to reflect on how they approach each step of their work. In addition, it encourages reflection and discussion about the team and the organization.
Participants will come away with both the insight and the actions to be able to grow as a leader and to grow their teams.
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Ignite Your Culture! 6 Steps to Fuel your Organization’s Profits, People and Potential
According to Gallup, employee engagement isn’t getting any better despite a recent uptick in attention and effort. From Nov 2011 to Nov 2015 the % of engaged employees has risen a mere 1.8%. You see, employee engagement only measures the symptom, it isn’t as helpful when it comes to solutions. Measuring culture and cultural entropy directly is a much better strategy to inspiring human performance.
In this session you will hear real life stories about how an organization’s culture can either propel it forward or create barriers that hold it back. Learn how the Values Centre methodology and tools can change the conversation and where your organization fits on the 7 Levels of Organizational Consciousness. Discover a unique 6-step process that demystifies the course of action leaders need to take to shift from a default culture to one designed for success.
When it comes to culture, do you need to be a Google or a Zappo’s? No. Could you be substantially and dramatically better than where you are today? Absolutely!
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Peak Performance: Become a GameChanger!
Leadership – “Leading by Example, We ALL Have Stories AND Gifts to Give”. The expression “A good example has twice the value of good advice” still works today.
We all have unique skills, talents and gifts that we bring to our organizations and teams. In this dynamic presentation, discover new ways of being a catalyst in creating and fostering powerful environments where your people know that they are respected and that their voices matter. They will also be engaged around how they can celebrate each other’s contributions and powerfully tap into their own gifts for the betterment of all.
Click here for information on Orlando Bowen
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Cost for the Full Day Conference (includes breakfast, lunch, two coffee breaks, all sessions and handout materials) Get your registration in by February 16, 2018 and become eligible
to win training programs worth $1000!
Early Bird Registration (payment and registration received before February 16, 2018)
Regular registrations (payment and registration received between February 16, 2018 and April 16, 2018)
APRC/CMPA/CAAS/CPTA Members and Students: $199.00 plus HST per person
Non-Members/Guests: $219.00 plus HST per person
To register, complete the form online and submit with payment (VISA or MASTERCARD credit cards accepted, or mail cheque payable to IPM to IPM, Ste. 2210-1081 Ambleside Drive, Ottawa, ON, K2B 8C8. (Don't forget to add the HST!)
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* Deadline for registration (subject to availability): April 16, 2018
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