Certificate in Indigenous Human Resources Essentials

Courses delivered through four sessions: Three 1.5 hour sessions and final session 2.5 hours. Registrants must attend four sessions to complete course.

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LEVEL 3 - COURSE 3: Leading Strategic Change Management

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Location: Course Delivered Online
Date: Sept 23, Sept 25, Sept 30: 10 - 11:30am & Oct 2: 10am - 12:30pm CDT

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Change is a fact of life in all organizations and this makes change effectively a key leadership skill. All leaders need to have the skills to initiate and implement change, help others understand the reasons for change, and assimilate change throughout the organization. This program brings about an understanding of change and organizational dynamics and how to lead change in an organization.

Topics and activities include:
• Understanding change and organizational dynamics
• Managing predictable dynamics of change
• Apply the fundamentals of a change management model
• Work across organizational boundaries
• Apply communication strategies for influence and persuasion
• Overcome natural resistance from employees
• Keeping employees engaged
• Role model the right behaviours
• Celebrate early accomplishments for ongoing momentum
• How to maintain momentum and accelerate the change process

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LEVEL 1 - COURSE 4: Managing Difficult Conversations

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Location: Course Delivered Online
Date: Oct 7, Oct 9, Oct 14: 10 - 11:30am & Oct 16: 10am - 12:30pm CDT
Facilitator: Denise Harder

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Program Outline
While supervisors typically like to focus on the positive, the supervisor's job is to manage inappropriate employee behaviour as soon as it occurs. Sometimes this means you need to speak to an employee about a workplace infraction and/or some form of conflict. Therefore, supervisors need to apply higher level skills in dealing with this conflict while ensuring a fair, consistent and transparent process.

This program provides an overview of how to manage the difficult conversations that accompany conflict in the workplace.

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LEVEL 2 - COURSE 4: Mental Wellness in the Workplace

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Location: Course Delivered Online
Date: Oct 13, Oct 15, Oct 19: 10 - 11:30am & Oct 22: 10am - 12:30pm CDT
Facilitator: Joanna White

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Mental health in the workplace affects many employees but this is often unrecognized and overlooked. Because of the stigma attached to a mental health disorder, employees are reluctant to share their personal health information while managers who want to help don’t know what to do. While dealing with mental health in the workplace is worth the investment, it takes effort and time.

This program will outline the complexity and growing challenges of mental health in the workplace.

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LEVEL 3 - COURSE 4: Effective Employee and Labour Relations

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Location: Course Delivered Online
Date: Oct 21, Oct 23, Oct 26: 10 - 11:30am & Oct 30: 10am - 12:30pm CDT
Facilitator: Evelyn Mayor

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Effective employee relations are critical to ensure employee satisfaction and minimize employees’ desire for union representation. In this course you will learn why organizations unionize and how to develop strategies to prevent employees from organizing. You will gain an understanding of the difference between employee and labour relations and how to ensure their effectiveness. The program provides you with the tools you need to apply best practices, establish compliance oversight, and promote harmony in the workplace.

The program provides you with the tools you need to apply best practices, establish compliance oversight, and promote harmony in the workplace.

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