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Leadership Lessons: Taking Your Career Growth to the Executive Level

Date: May 2, 2019
Location: Hotel Le Soleil


Event Summary:  
 
Are you ready to take your HR Career to the Executive Level but are not sure what you need to do to make it happen?

Come to this morning breakfast panel session where you will hear from several executive level HR professionals as they share their career progression stories. The discussion will cover topics like; essential skills, professional development, motivation, professional life changes and more!

This session is for senior level HR professionals who are interested in identifying strategies, tips and action plans to take their HR career to the next level.
We hope you can join us for this morning event which includes a hot breakfast, networking and learning.
 
 
Panel Members:
 
Nancy Hogan – CHRO, Daiya Foods – Nancy is Chief Human Resources Officer at Daiya Foods. She is a human resources strategist with over 25 years of proven professional experience as a senior leader and coach in strategic operations and talent management. She aligns human resources strategies with business requirements to help companies and staff thrive in a healthy work environment. Nancy has been with Daiya since 2014 where she started as Human Resources Director, then VP Human Resources a year and a half later. Nancy holds a BBA in Marketing & HR from Simon Fraser University as well as being a Certified Executive Coach from Royal Roads University;
 
Stacey Huberman, CPHR - VP People & Organizational Effectiveness, VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation - Stacey Huberman has worked in HR for the past 20 years. A Vancouver native, Stacey spent the first half of her career in Toronto, where she held roles in human resources management and organization design at one of Canada’s largest banks, in business planning and change management within the Ontario public sector and in organizational change at a boutique consulting firm. In 2011, Stacey moved back to the west coast and joined Central 1 in a senior HR consulting role supporting the Canadian credit union system. While at Central 1, Stacey travelled extensively throughout western and central Canada, consulting to credit union boards and leadership teams, primarily in the areas of CEO recruitment and performance management, succession planning, employee engagement and director remuneration.  In 2017, Stacey moved to the VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation, where she is the Vice President of People and Organizational Effectiveness, overseeing HR and a major transformational change project;

Rebecca Maurer, CPHR is the Associate Vice President of Human Resources at Douglas College  - Rebeca serves as a member of the College’s Senior Management Team and provides senior-level human resources and labour relations advice to the College and oversees all HR operations, including advisory services, systems and compliance, organizational development, compensation, recruitment, labour relations and disability management. Rebecca works closely with the HR team to ensure HR practices and priorities support the needs of employees and clients and align with the objectives of the College's Strategic Plan and Human Resources strategy. Previously, she worked for 17 years at the Health Sciences Association of BC, first as Director of Strategic Communications and then as Director of HR and Operations, a role which included four years on the Municipal Pension Plan Board of Trustees;

Monica Rye, CPHR – Vice President, People & Culture,  Avisio Wealth - Monica is the Vice President, People & Culture at Aviso Wealth. Previous to that role she was the Director, Human Resources and Business Improvement at Vector Aerospace. With over 15 years of business experience Monica consistently and successfully aligns human resource strategies and business goals. Through her diverse experience she has developed a strong business acumen and an appreciation for the importance of collaboration. She provides strong leadership to senior executive teams and acts as a mentor and coach to all staff. Monica earned an MBA and an Executive MBA at Queen’s University and she holds an LLB with the University of London;
 
 
Hosted by the Coastal Vancouver Advisory Council Networking Team: Kathryn Moore, Lorelei Russell, MJ Muhle, Katie Wong & Sarah Kelvin-Davies.
 

Moderator for this breakfast panel discussion is Lorelei Russell, CPHR, Director of Employee Services at the Vancouver School Board
 
 
Date:  Thursday - May 2nd, 2019
 
Time:
7:15am - 8:00am - Breakfast
8:00am - 9:00am - Panel Discussion  + Q&A

Location:
Hotel Le Soleil 
267 Hornby Street  - Les Etoiles Room - 2nd floor
Vancouver - BC -  V6C 2E8
 
Parking/Transit:
Paid parking is available.
  
 
 
Registration Fees

Early-Registration

Deadline
(until April 19)

Registration Deadline

(until April 30th)
            
Member

$25.00

$35.00

Student Member

$15.00

$20.00

Non-Member

$35.00

$45.00

 
All pricing excludes applicable taxes. GST # 119446714

 
CPHR BC & Yukon has a policy on alcohol consumption. Click here to review.

A full refund, less a $25 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 e-mail registration@cphr.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. 
 
There may be a professional photographer at this event. Photos may be used for CPHR BC & Yukon marketing purposes or provided to media for publication. If you do not want your photograph taken, please alert the onsite photographer.