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Redefining Talent Management Through Personal Accountability, Based on the Mentor Myth

The 2016 HRIA Conference

April 20 & 21, 2016 | BMO Centre | Calgary, AB

Based on The Mentor Myth, this interactive workshop will provide practical insights on how to rethink your approach to your own career and your organizations’ human capital. Most talent management programs are irrelevant to today’s business challenges. Budget cuts, shifting demographics, disruptive technologies and economic uncertainty have changed the playing field and what’s required of employees to thrive. Those organizations that have not shifted their talent management strategy are at great economic risk. It is evident that a new normal in Alberta business is emerging and this session gives the participant a framework to drive personal accountability and become your own “talent agent”.

Debby Carreau

As CEO and Founder of Inspired HR, they provide Human Resources support for over 300,000 employees across North America and were recently recognized at Canada’s Top HR Consultancy. Debby is frequently interviewed regarding optimizing human capital, 21st century workplaces and the importance of diversity. Debby’s recent coverage includes Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, Huffington Post,  MSNBC, BBC and many others.  Debby holds a Masters in Business Administration and a CHRP designation in Human Resources. Ms. Carreau currently serves on multiple boards and is the Author of The Mentor Myth. She has been recognized three times as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women™.