June 27th 2022, 10:30 am to 5:30 pm
June 28th 2022, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm
Prince George Hotel
Halifax, Nova Scotia
|Eleanor Beaton; Bill Howatt; Julie Develin; Tina Varughese|
Radical Conviction: The Surprising Secret To Getting And Owning A Seat At the Table
Modern professionals are inundated with tips and tricks to get a seat at the table. But if you don’t know how to own that seat, you’ll never make the impact you were born to make. By learning to show up WHOLE, with a deep radical conviction in your worth, modern leaders can rise to meet the challenges of even the toughest assignments…without burning out.
Self Care: the Number One Protective Factor
The most important thing a leader can do for themselves and their organization is being able to regulate their emotions and maintain their emotional wellbeing.
Invisible Ink: Using the Psychological Contract to Retain Talent
Within the words “written” in invisible ink are important agreements between the employer and the employee that shape the relationship, thus affecting employee experience, productivity, satisfaction, and several other important metrics. If you work in HR--or if you manage people--you’ve entered a contract that is in effect from day one of the employment association. This contract is not written, and it cannot be seen, signed, or notarized. In this presentation we will discuss the concept of the psychological contract at work and explore the (often forgotten and misunderstood) exchange relationship that has a myriad of impacts from both the employee and employer viewpoints. Armed with different insights into the “whys” of employee behavior and reactions, you’ll leave this session with an action plan to assist stakeholders in building awareness, and you’ll become familiar with the effect the psychological contract has on attracting and retaining talent!
An expert on employee relations, workplace flexibility, and workforce development, Julie Develin is a Sr. Partner, HCM Advisory at UKG, a global leader in workforce cloud solutions. With more than 17 years of experience as an HR executive focused on improving workplace culture and enhancing the employee experience, Develin helps organizations worldwide implement strategic employee technology and workplace initiatives to enhance productivity, improve communication, and increase satisfaction across the workforce. Develin holds an M.S. in human resources development from McDaniel College, where she continues to work today as an adjunct professor in the human resources management and human services management programs.
The Human Side of Unconscious Bias
First impressions, positive or negative, are made in seven seconds or less. We all make quick assessments of others without even realizing it. We are not born with bias. Biases are formed by past situations, experiences, background and culture. Unconscious biases typically exist towards gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability (both physical and mental), and weight. Most of us will say “I see people for who they are” but do we? Unconscious biases affect and impact decision making both professionally and personally with real impact. Recognizing, managing and mitigating unconscious bias promotes diversity and inclusion. Diversity and inclusion drives innovation, increases productivity, and stimulates creativity while promoting a healthy, happy, engaging workplace culture.
Over the last two years, HR professionals have taken on the role of workplace innovators, guiding businesses through disruption and constant change. They consistently demonstrated their capabilities and their resilience in adapting their operations. Like a flower in Spring, HR Professionals have continued to bloom and inspire.
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