Learn from People & Culture experts on how to build a thriving company culture, attract talent, and lead corporate objectives to support your organization and employees. This session connects different areas of human resource management among individuals who are looking to lead initiatives and optimize their improvement of culture in the workplace.
Welcoming HR Managers, Recruitment Specialists, Talent Acquisition Specialists, HR Consultants, Compensation and Benefits Manager, Labour Relations Specialist, etc.
The Fall 2020 People & Culture CNNX session is led by CEO of Empower Simcoe, Claudine Cousins.
Claudine has over twenty-five years of leadership experience with various Ministries within the Ontario Public Service and the not-for-profit and profit sectors, including banking and financial services.
With employees totalling approximately 600 throughout Simcoe County, Claudine’s leadership in empowering people to lead a meaningful and inclusive life depends on having available and competent talent.
As a part-time instructor for Georgian College’s School of Business, and her past career in the government and financial services sectors, Claudine brings an eclectic background to the table.
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