Focus on tools to develop or strengthen your discipline and termination policies and procedures.
Are you faced with employee or volunteer performance management challenges or involuntary termination?
By implementing a progressive, corrective discipline process, you encourage your employees and volunteers to become productive to your organization. In addition, the workshop will provide you with important information to help you soundly terminate an employee or volunteer.
Date & Time: April 12, 2017 l 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: 1183 Melville Street, Downtown Vancouver Cost: Member - $95.00; Non-member - $110.00
This workshop will focus on the tool to develop or strengthen your discipline and termination policies and procedures. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Respond to a variety of performance issues
Know when to use progressive discipline to address performance deficiencies
Jodi is currently a Senior Labour Relations Advisor with Fisheries & Oceans Canada, a role she has been in since 2014. She has a Masters of Arts in Leadership from Royal Roads University and Bachelor's of Commerce in Industrial Relations from UBC. Her area of expertise are labour relations, leadership, conflict resolution, training and development, recruitment, HR Planning and providing strategic advice to executive directors and managers.
In university Jodi studied Asian and Classical Studies and could have easily taken a different career path. In fact, her passion for clothing and jewellery design led her to offering her designs at local Vancouver and Surrey retailers. Ultimately, Jodi’s fascination in the areas of organizational development, individual growth, facilitation and Human Resources Management drew her back to the business realm.
Jodi’s own learning journey has allowed her to obtain her CPHR designation via HRMA, to complete two certificates (Instructional Design and Advanced Facilitation) at the Justice Institute as well as her anticipated completion in Mediation in 2017. Born and raised in British Columbia she has a genuine vested interest her community. Her years of HR experience have taught her that personal and organizational development can result in not only insightful committed managers and employees, but also informed and conscientious citizens.