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Change Management Symposium (Live Online)

Date: May 13, 2021
Location: Online


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Constant change is the new business normal and this means that we need to be prepared to deal with it all the time. Change management can be a complex process and therefore requires attention from employees of all levels in the organization. It is key for an HR professional to assess the human impact of change by finding ways to encourage a smooth transition to new workplace responsibilities, and to successfully implement new processes while minimizing negative outcomes.

From this event you will benefit from experts who will guide you through the change management process in attempts to minimize both short and long-term disruption to make workplace transitions as seamless as possible. Lets learn together, while apart at our upcoming symposium.
 
Agenda: Sign-in: 8:45 - 9:00 am (PST); Presentations: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm (Pacific - Vancouver Time)

Format: Online via Zoom Webinar

All login information will be sent to you via email the day prior to the session. Please check your junk/spam folder if it has not come through to your in-box.

 
SPEAKERS HIGHLIGHT:

• Golda Iriobe, CPHR - Organizational Development & Change Advisor/ BC Liquor Distribution
• Reggie Mueller, CPHR - Director, Retail Sales, Westland Insurance Group Ltd.
• Dee Sharma, CPHR, SRHM-SCP - Principal, TriMark People Solutions Inc.

 
 
Registration Deadline: May 10, 2021
Registration Fees:
Student Member

$29.99

General Member

$49.99

Non-Member

$69.99

 
Fees and/or agenda are subject to change without notice. All pricing excludes applicable taxes. HST/GST # 119446714

Both registration and payment are required for every person attending this webinar. Questions about registration or receipt can be directed to pd@cphrbc.ca.
 
A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be issued for cancellations submitted at least one week prior to an event or workshop. Attendee substitutions are permitted; however, member/non-member rate differences will apply. Please submit cancellation or substitution requests by fax (604-684-3225) or e-mail (pd@cphrbc.ca). Please note that this policy does not apply to conferences, exams or no-charge registrations. CPHR exam fees are non-refundable if registration is canceled after the registration deadline. Please note our deferral policy.
 

FULL AGENDA DETAILS
 
Session #1:
People Change Leadership: The Human Element of Leading People Through Change
Time: 9:05 - 10:05 am
Speaker: Reggie Mueller, CPHR

Session Description:

Leading change is hard, learn proven people leadership techniques to develop and lead your teams during times of change

Join us while Reggie shares her journey of building leadership teams during transformational changes. She will provide strategies and best practices for team building, driving results, team engagement and developing an adaptable culture.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn the greatest contributors to success in change leadership and how to embed them in your management style
  • Understand obstacles to successful change and learn techniques to overcome the people obstacles
  • How to build a successful team during times change


About the Speaker:

Reggie Mueller, CPHR Reggie Mueller, CPHR is an authentic, values based, people leader, and she holds her BBA from the University of the Fraser Valley. She is a CPHR and Lean Blackbelt, and is certified in change management processes.

As an award winning change leadership expert, Reggie has led many people projects during her career including an enterprise-wide system conversion across First West Credit Union. She finds the challenge of leading people during change stimulating and is ingenious in tackling complex change situations. Reggie leverages her Lean Blackbelt skills to be a clever and original problem solver, and is praised as a reflective leader who can adapt her leadership style based on the situation and her audience.

Reggie currently leads a team of 6 regional sales leaders and has built her team by articulating a clear strategic vision, and continues to base business decisions on values and people centered concerns.

She lives in South Langley with her husband Dale and two teenage boys. In her spare time she enjoys jogging and scrapbooking.


Session #2:
Title: Predict, Pivot, and Recalibrate. Navigating Change at Hyper-speed
Time: 10:15 - 11:15am
Speaker: Dee Sharma, CPHR, SRHM-SCP


Session Description:

The recent pandemic has highlighted the need to be innovative, adaptive and flexible. Predict, pivot, and recalibrate is the new way forward.

Discover new strategies and opportunities to prepare for a cultural and digital transformation, hybrid work places, and people centric strategies that resonate in your workplace

Learning Objectives:
  • How to conduct an audit of your current Change Management strategies
  • How to lead a conversation at work with your leaders
  • Strategies to lead a cultural and digital transformation
  • Have fun, reduce the uncertainty and predict, pivot and recalibrate

Target Audience: The session will benefit all HR professionals and ideally will have new emerging leaders and senior leaders who can add to the discussion (Q&A).

About the Speaker:

Dee Sharma, CPHR, SRHM-SCP Dee Sharma, CPHR, SRHM-SCP brings more than 20 years of human resources, employer governance, learning and development and employer branding experience to the table. He is a passionate advocate for organizational success, people and culture development through the strategic design of HR programs, practices, training, and continuous improvement.

Having served 11 years as an auxiliary peace officer with Canada’s National Police force, and over 15 years as a Victim Services volunteer, Dee also provides insights from a true governance, investigative, community, and volunteerism perspective. Doing “the right thing for the right reasons” is what drives Dee and his team for continued success. Dee has led organizations to successfully achieve sustained and positive employee engagement, resulting in successful Employer of Choice awards and recognition. The result– establishing an engaged, productive workforce, free of any compliance or regulatory concerns while having fun and learning along the way.


Session #3:
Title: Change Management: The Key to Successful Digital Transformation
Time: 11:25 am - 12:25 pm
Speaker: Golda Iriobe, CPHR


Session Description:

Digital transformation is key to the survival of many companies, yet digital transformations are tough and frequently fail. Without successful change management, digital transformation efforts will fail to deliver results. Join Golda Iriobe as she shares tips on supporting your employees through digital transformation and some insight on increasing the success of digital initiatives.

Learning Objectives:
  • The importance of aligning change management efforts to your business environment
  • Why so many change efforts go unsuccessful
  • The stages of digital change management
  • Tips on driving faster adoption

Target Audience: HR Practitioners in Training, Learning and Development professionals, HR Business Partners, HR Managers, HR practitioners with an influence on change initiatives within an organization and/or direct exposure to executive and senior leaders.

About the Speaker:

Golda Iriobe, CPHR Golda Iriobe, CPHR, Prosci is a certified change management advisor, organizational development specialist and consultant. With 12 years of experience leading organizational development & change projects in various organizations around the world, she brings a unique perspective designing & implementing change initiatives that meet business objectives by focusing on the people side of change. She also coaches senior leaders and executives, helping them fulfil the role of change sponsor/champions through complex business and organizational change.