Why HR Professionals Matter Through Chance
Date: 23 June 2020
CPHR Alberta is the professional association dedicated to strengthening the human resources profession and upholding the highest standards of practice.
With 6,000 members in major cities across Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, CPHR Alberta is the third-largest HR Association in Canada.
About the Webinar
Why HR Professionals Matter, the positives of having HR leadership at the table, and staying at the table. This session will discuss strategic versus transactional HR and the how and the why CHRO’s are the go-to leaders through transition and change.
The session will be 30 – 40 minutes of presentation with 20 – 30 minutes of Q&A and conversation with Boyden Managing Partner, Morgan Campbell.
To learn more or register, visit: https://www.cphrab.ca/learn-and-connect/webinar-series-why-hr-professionals-matter-through-change
About the Speaker
Morgan Campbell is Managing Partner of Boyden's Calgary office. Prior to joining Boyden, he was an Associate Partner with Hamilton Hall Soles / Odgers Berndtson. He brings 16 years of national and international executive search to the firm. Morgan has managed executive-level search assignments across a broad spectrum of industries including oil and gas, energy and utilities, healthcare, financial and professional services, education, technology, manufacturing, public sector, and not-for-profit. He also has significant experience placing board members, having placed over 100 private and public sector directors from TSX listed companies to large crown corporations. Morgan has a Co-operative Education Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Calgary. He has an Advanced Certificate in Executive Search and Leadership Consulting from Cornell University.
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