HR Leaders Collective Montreal

20 HR leaders in tech. 4 expert facilitators. 1 top-of-mind challenge facing the industry. An infinite number of creative ideas and solutions. HR Leaders Collective is a structured think tank that aims to activate collective knowledge — brokering ideas, stimulating debate, and offering creative yet practical solutions. The key outcome is a branded ebook that will be shared with the broader HR community. We are currently curating challenges and themes for the next group of HR Leaders Collective events – Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, New York City and more. Montreal will take place on June 16, 2022, in downtown Montreal at a location to be determined in the near future. We are proud to be partnering with Hibob and the TAP Network on all HR Leaders Collective events in 2022. 

Hourly Schedule

5:30pm - 6:00pm
Opening & Problem Mindset
Participants will break out into their assigned groups.
Speakers:
Danièle-Jocelyne Otou, Erin Willett, Jess Malz, Juniper Belshaw
6:00pm - 6:45pm
Facilitated Group Work
Speakers:
Danièle-Jocelyne Otou, Erin Willett, Jess Malz, Juniper Belshaw
6:45pm - 7:30pm
Dinner & Networking Break
7:30pm - 8:15pm
Group Presentations & Closing
Speakers:
Danièle-Jocelyne Otou, Erin Willett, Jess Malz, Juniper Belshaw
Danièle-Jocelyne Otou
Danièle-Jocelyne Otou
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Anti-Racism & Social Impact (IDEAS) Innovation, Designer & Educator
Daniele-Jocelyne developed a passion for Social Impact and Brand Development upon the creation of her own platform for women, Female Department. Following her specialized Bachelor's degree in Human Relations and Org Development & Change from Concordia University, she went on to provide organizations of various sizes with her Brand Strategy and Community Engagement expertise. In 2020, DJ followed the call for deeper systems change work by going back to school to specialize in Social Innovation Design at UPenn. Danièle-Jocelyne now leads New Room's Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism and Social Impact (IDEAS) Strategy, through which she guides the teams, people, and leaders we work with through a human-centred, equitable lens through which to design innovative solutions to the issues we are collectively facing today.
Erin Willett
Erin Willett
Leadership development and Culture Strategy
Erin grew up surrounded by tundra, frozen lakes and migrating caribous in the Subarctic of Quebec, Canada. She had the privilege of being able to experience the rich customs of the Naskapi and Innu Peoples of that land. These early years planted the seeds which sparked her passion for identity and became the bedrock that inspired her work as a strategist; fueling her efforts of authentic communication and meaningful culture-building. Obsessed with how she could support others in truthful expression of self, Erin studied in Marketing and Graphic Design before venturing into the entrepreneurial world over a decade ago. In 2015, she launched a brand consultancy and developed a culture-building methodology that enables teams to face change by honouring their individuality and using their diverse perspectives to fuel their creativity. She has always believed that business could be done with a more purposeful, sustainable and inclusive approach; New Room is the manifestation of this vision. As co-founder of New Room, Erin leads program design and is committed to supporting learners as they redefine and expand what leadership looks like, creating space for the potential of folks who have been marginalized, creating space for conscious leadership, creating space for new ideas and visions to arise and take shape.
Jess Malz
Jess Malz
Learning Experience Designer, Facilitator & Coach
Jess Malz is the Founder of Inbo, a global facilitation and learning design agency. Jess is focused on bringing creative and engaging collaboration methods to help leaders, teams and organizations elevate their performance by discovering their purpose, focus and alignment with their goals. Jess has almost two decades of experience as a certified leadership coach, facilitator and learning designer with a proven track record of success designing, implementing, and facilitating programs to develop leadership skills, improve culture, and support key organizational strategies. Jess has a Masters degree in Organizational Development and their passion for learning and development led them to pursue multiple certifications in Immunity To Change, Coaching, Kaospilots, Liberating structures, Instructional Design and Technology and Digital Process Design & Facilitation. Jess has worked extensively online, delivering powerful experiences and coaching trainers & facilitators during the transition to digital learning over the past two years.
Juniper Belshaw
Juniper Belshaw
Leadership Development & Team Effectiveness Facilitator/Coach
Juniper Belshaw is a facilitator and coach with a focus on leadership development, team effectiveness, and adaptive change. After ten-plus years of working and consulting in Montreal’s nonprofit sector, Juniper ran away to join the talent development team at Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group. While there, she headed up their global leadership development, team effectiveness, and performance management initiatives globally. Today, Juniper partners with leaders and teams in public, private, and nonprofit organizations to increase alignment, impact, and well-being. She is known for her capacity to create safe, engaging spaces that allow people to connect to themselves, each other, and the wisdom that lies within. Juniper has a Bachelors in International Development and Environmental Studies from McGill University and a Masters in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University. In her work, she draws on modalities such as systems thinking, process consulting, Organisational Design, participatory workflow mapping, Immunity to Change, somatics, mindfulness, and Lean Change Management to support change and development.

Date

Jun 16 2022
Expired!

Time

Montreal
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
ScaleHR

Organizer

ScaleHR
Website
https://goscalehr.com/

Other Organizers

TAP Network
TAP Network
Website
https://www.tapnetwork.ca/

Speakers

  • Danièle-Jocelyne Otou
    Danièle-Jocelyne Otou
    Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Anti-Racism & Social Impact (IDEAS) Innovation, Designer & Educator

    Daniele-Jocelyne developed a passion for Social Impact and Brand Development upon the creation of her own platform for women, Female Department. Following her specialized Bachelor’s degree in Human Relations and Org Development & Change from Concordia University, she went on to provide organizations of various sizes with her Brand Strategy and Community Engagement expertise. In 2020, DJ followed the call for deeper systems change work by going back to school to specialize in Social Innovation Design at UPenn.

    Danièle-Jocelyne now leads New Room’s Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism and Social Impact (IDEAS) Strategy, through which she guides the teams, people, and leaders we work with through a human-centred, equitable lens through which to design innovative solutions to the issues we are collectively facing today.

  • Erin Willett
    Erin Willett
    Leadership development and Culture Strategy

    Erin grew up surrounded by tundra, frozen lakes and migrating caribous in the Subarctic of Quebec, Canada. She had the privilege of being able to experience the rich customs of the Naskapi and Innu Peoples of that land. These early years planted the seeds which sparked her passion for identity and became the bedrock that inspired her work as a strategist; fueling her efforts of authentic communication and meaningful culture-building.

    Obsessed with how she could support others in truthful expression of self, Erin studied in Marketing and Graphic Design before venturing into the entrepreneurial world over a decade ago. In 2015, she launched a brand consultancy and developed a culture-building methodology that enables teams to face change by honouring their individuality and using their diverse perspectives to fuel their creativity.

    She has always believed that business could be done with a more purposeful, sustainable and inclusive approach; New Room is the manifestation of this vision. As co-founder of New Room, Erin leads program design and is committed to supporting learners as they redefine and expand what leadership looks like, creating space for the potential of folks who have been marginalized, creating space for conscious leadership, creating space for new ideas and visions to arise and take shape.

  • Jess Malz
    Jess Malz
    Learning Experience Designer, Facilitator & Coach

    Jess Malz is the Founder of Inbo, a global facilitation and learning design agency.

    Jess is focused on bringing creative and engaging collaboration methods to help leaders, teams and organizations elevate their performance by discovering their purpose, focus and alignment with their goals. Jess has almost two decades of experience as a certified leadership coach, facilitator and learning designer with a proven track record of success designing, implementing, and facilitating programs to develop leadership skills, improve culture, and support key organizational strategies.

    Jess has a Masters degree in Organizational Development and their passion for learning and development led them to pursue multiple certifications in Immunity To Change, Coaching, Kaospilots, Liberating structures, Instructional Design and Technology and Digital Process Design & Facilitation.

    Jess has worked extensively online, delivering powerful experiences and coaching trainers & facilitators during the transition to digital learning over the past two years.

  • Juniper Belshaw
    Juniper Belshaw
    Leadership Development & Team Effectiveness Facilitator/Coach

    Juniper Belshaw is a facilitator and coach with a focus on leadership development, team effectiveness, and adaptive change.

    After ten-plus years of working and consulting in Montreal’s nonprofit sector, Juniper ran away to join the talent development team at Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group. While there, she headed up their global leadership development, team effectiveness, and performance management initiatives globally.

    Today, Juniper partners with leaders and teams in public, private, and nonprofit organizations to increase alignment, impact, and well-being. She is known for her capacity to create safe, engaging spaces that allow people to connect to themselves, each other, and the wisdom that lies within.

    Juniper has a Bachelors in International Development and Environmental Studies from McGill University and a Masters in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University. In her work, she draws on modalities such as systems thinking, process consulting, Organisational Design, participatory workflow mapping, Immunity to Change, somatics, mindfulness, and Lean Change Management to support change and development.