webinar register page

Webinar banner
An Inclusive Workforce for the Future – Panel Discussion Hosted by the Wood Buffalo Chapter
Join Ada Tai, Dr. Mike Annett, and Renate Burwash in this panel presentation where they will discuss how to build an inclusive workforce for the future in 5 simplified steps. The current workforce is already quite diverse, but diversity is not enough. Inclusion goes beyond a variety of workers to ensure that all feel valued and engaged.

During this panel presentation Ada, Mike and Renate will discuss 5 simplified steps to an inclusive workplace:

1. Understand and benchmark your current state
2. Refresh your vision and mission with an inclusion lens
3. Identify your change leaders and influencers
4. Build and implement your strategy
5. Acknowledge, celebrate, and maintain the momentum

Oct 28, 2020 04:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Webinar logo
* Required information
Registration fee C$10.50CAD

By registering, I agree to the Privacy Statement and Terms of Service.

Pay and Register Secured by


Dr. Mike Annett, PhD, CPHR
Associate Professor @MacEwan University
- Mike is an associate professor at MacEwan University, and advocates for effective and socially responsible management. Mike’s work focuses on human resource management and the systems that organizations use to manage and support their workforce. His research targets the practical problems that HR professionals face when striving to increase workplace inclusion. He uses a risk lens to help make sense of organizational and supervisor concerns and identify pathways forward.
Owner & HR Consultant @BadaB Consulting
Ada is a pragmatic HR consultant with experiences in a variety of industries and organizations. Through her own firm - BadaB Consulting Inc., Ada provides effective and pragmatic HR solutions and corporate training. She has also helped organizations to successfully examine their workforce mix and implement programs that addressed challenges of diversity. Additionally, Ada is well respected as an instructor at University of Alberta and MacEwan University.
Renate Burwash
Director of Diversity & Inclusion @Gateway Association
Renate is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Gateway Association and has a renowned reputation for building workplace and community inclusion. She is passionate and experienced about supporting businesses to become more inclusive workplaces. Renate’s practice is informed by years of collaborating with employers, colleagues, government, and people who live with barriers to employment. She was named one of Edmonton's Top 100 Women in Business by the University of Alberta's Wanderer magazine in 2014. Renate has presented on Disability Inclusion and other Diversity & Inclusion topics at conferences across Canada and in the U.S. Renate holds a Diversity & Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University.