Public Sector Human Resources 2010: Building Capability for Future Challenges

The Conference Board of Canada, March 2010
Conference e-Proceedings
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Perhaps the greatest challenge for public sector HR professionals is to keep up with the pace of change at a time when the public sector and its need are becoming even more complex. This Conference e-Proceeding will help you identify the most significant changes in your environment, develop a plan for the future, and deploy strategies and tools to ensure success. You’ll learn about best practices from across the public sector that deal with globalization, demographics, technology, and workforce planning.

Conference e-Proceedings Agenda

Opening Remarks
John Brewer
Executive Program Developer
The Conference Board of Canada

Leading the Public Service of Tomorrow: Challenge and Opportunity
Judith MacBride-King
Principal
MacBride-King and Associates

Building Tomorrow's Public Service-Leadership for the Future and the Future of Leadership
Daphne Meredith
Chief Human Resources Officer
Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Public Sector HRM Effectiveness: A Progress Snapshot

Janet Harris
Senior Manager
Deloitte

Jessica Eden
Senior Consultant
Deloitte

Effective Uses of Social Media for HR
Nicholas Charney
Project Manager
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

Measuring Employee Engagement in the Public Sector
Robert Kopersiewich
Program Manager, Business and Labour Market Analysis
Centre for Workforce Analysis and Forecasting
Statistics Canada

Passport to Prosperity - Celebrating 10 Years of School-Work Partnerships
Jonathan Hamovitch
Chair
Provincial Partnership Council

"It's 9:00 am, do you know where your critical talent is?"
Lynn Creecy
Global Human Capital Product Development Manager
SAS Institute Inc.

Integrated Planning: Challenges
Dana-Mae Grainger
Director, Strategic Planning and Resources Division
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Performance Management & Employee Engagement
Wendy J. Quinlan-Gagnon
President
WQG Consulting

Leading in the Public Service of Tomorrow-How Changing Demographics Impacts HR Management
Giselle Kovary
Co-Founder and Managing Partner
n-gen People Performance Inc.

Green Mentoring in the Ontario Public Service
Thomas Chong
Financial Analyst, Financial Systems and Controls
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and
Co-Chair, OPS Diversity East Asian Network Group

Building a More Diverse Workplace
Ann Therese MacEachern
General Manager, Human Performance Management
Canada Post

Closing Remarks
John Brewer
Executive Program Developer
The Conference Board of Canada

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