Along with exposure to the CCHL’s on-line community, the CCHL Circle, this session features content provided by CCHL specialist faculty, insights derived from small and full group discussions, speakers sharing their experiences introducing, integrating, and sustaining a leadership development program. Walk away with practical insights through a summary of cutting-edge research findings regarding leadership integration and development, emerging trends, and leading strategies and hear from a private sector leader on their pan-Canadian recruitment and retention strategies. The latter will be presented through the lens of widespread staff and leader burnout and turnover.
In addition to the opportunity to engage with professional colleagues, participants will leave with knowledge and resources that they can apply in their organizations.
- Gain practical insights through a summary of cutting-edge research findings regarding leadership integration and development, emerging trends, leading strategies.
- Receive practical private sector insights on trends in organizational culture and talent initiatives.
- Hear an example of how a provincial health organization is using LEADS and other tools.
- Receive an Introduction to our newest initiative: the CCHL Leadership Organization, which outlines progressive levels of leadership integration.
Sunday, June 4, 2023
|11:00 - 11:30
||Check-In & Networking|
|11:30 – 12:30||Buffet Lunch|
|12:15 – 13:00||Welcome, Introductions, & Reflection|
|13:00 – 13:45||Recruitment & Retention Strategies in the Private Sector|
|13:45 – 14:25||Current trends, leading strategies, & examples of effective organizational leadership integration
Introduction of CCHL Leadership Organization levels
|14:25 – 14:30||Certified LEADS Specialists & their role in leadership integration|
|14:30 – 14:40
|14:40 – 14:50||Self-identification of leadership integration level|
|14:50 – 15:15||Sample CCHL Leadership Organization|
|15:15 – 15:50||Breakout Session: Based on self-identified level of leadership development|
|15:50 – 16:15||Plenary debrief & breaking down barriers|
|16:15 – 16:30||Wrap up & Next steps|
* Program is subject to change without notice
Area Director Of Human Resources, Canada at Marriott International
As a well-seasoned HR strategic leader, Robin has a passion for all things organizational culture and talent.
Starting her career in resorts in Western Canada from BC to Alberta, where the value of a strong talent acquisition strategy and execution was honed, she sharpened her skills in the HR discipline over several years in various roles.
Robin went onto Delta Hotels & Resorts in Toronto to join as the Corporate Director of Talent Management, leading the talent acquisition strategy, employment branding, human capital management, talent development university/college relations for the company, HR Systems and co-created the leading-edge mental health and well-being program “Valuing Healthy Minds at Work”. Her Talent Acquisition work led to many recognitions for best in class.
Robin is currently with Marriott International for the Canadian Region, where she leads the tip to tail Human Resources strategy and function from coast to coast. The focus on finding the best and culturally aligned talent has always been a priority, and no more than through the last years as an industry. Robin is also part of the Global Talent Acquisition & Employer Brand Subject Matter Expert team.
Robin is known for her focus on innovating in the area of work, leading the Future of Work Innovation project and the creation of the first in industry formal flexible work program “The Benefit of Balance” to ensure relevance to today’s audience and forward motion in the area of wellness and organizational performance.
Currently on the Advisory Board for the University of Guelph Hospitality and Tourism management school, and Toronto Metropolitan University where both boards are focused on building talent pools for the industry. Residing in the Kawarthas, she is active in her local community with organizations such as One Roof and Women in Leadership.
Conference Venue and Accommodations
Westin Harbour Castle
1 Harbour Square
Toronto, ON M5J 1A6
Escape to a vibrant waterfront hotel offering the perfect balance of premium amenities and prime location. Located in downtown Toronto, in the heart of the revitalized waterfront district, The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel offers direct access to many of Toronto's most noteworthy sites and attractions, including Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, CN Tower and Exhibition Place.
Find your balance in our WestinWORKOUT™ Fitness Studio, which offers yoga classes and a running concierge, then refuel in our hotel's dining destinations. Enjoy a restful night sleep in our Westin Heavenly® Beds and take in stunning views of the Lake Ontario. Our accommodations feature premium amenities like Westin Heavenly® Beds and Heavenly® Baths, USB charging ports, large workstations, Smart TVs and ergonomic working chairs.
Deluxe Lakeview room: $299.00 (Single/double occupancy)
Rates do not include applicable taxes and fees, currently 13% HST on the guest room rate and 4% MAT (Municipal Accommodation Tax). Applicable taxes are subject to change.
Reservations must be made by April 27, 2023 to benefit from the conference rate.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received within 72 hours of arrival date will incur a penalty of 1 night room and tax, outside of 72 hours there is no penalty.
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For more information about the CCHL Leadership Integration Forum
Manager, PLD Communications & Community Relations
1-800-363-9056 ext 210