2014 Keynote Speakers Announced for the SAHRP Conference
May 12, 2014
Posted by: Kit Mazurak
The SAHRP Conference
Steering Committee is thrilled to announce the exciting line-up of keynote
speakers for the 8th Annual SAHRP Conference:
Start with WHY
Expert Start With Why Facilitator
Committed to a world in which people go home every
day fulfilled by the work they do, David Mead focuses on helping business
leaders and organizations create cultures that make that idea possible.
Inspired by Simon Sinek’s ground-breaking book, Start With Why,
David’s natural ability to translate Sinek’s message comes across in all of his
Why Aboriginal Leadership Matters?
Indspire's 2013 First Nations Youth Recipient
Gabrielle Scrimshaw is a young professional with a
passion to create social impact. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Gabrielle is
a member of the Hatchet Lake First Nation. She has studied international
business and policy in Australia, Asia, the Americas and Europe. She co-founded
a national not-for-profit for Aboriginal Professionals and was named the 2013
First Nations Youth Achiever by Indspire.
Unleash Your Inner Tyrant!
The first of its kind, Unleash Your Inner Tyrant! helps managers and executives
become better leaders by showing them everything they should avoid – including
how to create a culture of fear and mistrust, how to oppress and demoralize
employees, and how to stand firm in the face of all change – before wrapping up
with a serious conversation about the kind of leaders we should all strive to
become. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Jeff began his career as a
high school English teacher before following his father Rex Havens into the
world of stand-up comedy, where he worked with some of the brightest lights in
American comedy and honed the art of engaging audiences through laughter.
PROFESSIONALIZATION OF HR IN CANADA
practitioners from across Canada have set their sights on becoming “true”
professionals—but what does that mean exactly? This keynote lunch panel will
explore the topic from practitioner, policy, and academic perspectives,
highlighting the implications of the professionalization of HR in Canada for HR
professionals, employees, organizations, and broader society.
Honey, SHRP, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, Farm Credit
Canada; President, Saskatchewan Association of Human Resource Professionals
Balthazard, PhD, CPsych, CHRP, Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs and
Privacy Officer, Ontario Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA)
Carr, Deputy Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety,
Government of Saskatchewan
Pohler, PhD, CHRP, Assistant Professor, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School
of Public Policy, Associate Faculty, Edwards School of Business, University of
Early Bird Registration will open June 3rd!