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HR Summit
Building sustainable workplace climates
Including a focus on Psychological Safety

Presented by: Jane Yrenaya 

Saturday, October 14
9:00 am - 4:00 pm CMI Workshop 6 NE; CC = Human and Professional Resources

Workshop Description

Given the high stress and anxiety the pandemic has imposed coupled with the industry’s shrinking talent pool, we are called to pay better attention to the employee work experience. In this decade of culture and inclusivity, employers are appreciating how a climate of psychological safety can impact talent, creativity, innovation, and how essential it is to achieve important business outcomes.

This full-day workshop will focus on retention and recruitment of employees with an emphasis on culture, understanding that the current and future workforce needs a more human centric approach to their work experience. As we all learn together, this interactive workshop will include discussions on what gets in the way, practices and application challenges so that you can begin to make significant transformational changes in your workplace. 

Throughout the learning experience, we will provide tools and language to help position the business case and achieve the following learning outcomes:

  • Understanding of what Psychological Safety is and what it is not
  • Explain the 4 stages framework to achieve innovation and business outcomes
  • Some methods to help build this leadership capability and climate

Speaker Information

For 25 years, Jane Yrenaya has worked within the hospitality industry with senior roles in Human Resources and Talent & Learning for hotels in Canada, the United States, Bermuda, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. Jane has helped leaders build culture by championing employee engagement and valuing diversity, while designing and implementing learning solutions to drive business impact. Jane has earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources.  She achieved her Diversity & Inclusion for HR Certificate with Cornell University and is certified in Psychological Safety with LeaderFactor.  Jane challenges leaders to look inward, renew and explore how well intended actions can affect our own well being and the well being of the people they lead.

Registration Fees:

  • CMAC Member Advance Rate (until August 18): $950.00
  • CMAC Member Regular Rate (after August 18): $1095.00
  • Non-Member Advance Rate (until August 18): $1150.00
  • Non-Member Regular Rate (after August 18): $1350.00

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Please note that registration for this pre-conference CMI workshop is not included in the National Conference Registration Fee.