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CPHR AB Online PD Event – Talent Strategies in a Transitioning Economy
Alberta’s businesses and workforces have experienced unprecedented disruption due to an economy that has been in transition since 2014 and now COVID. When the business environment improves, it will fall to human resource professionals to help guide business leaders to make talent decisions that effectively help with the return to more positive levels of performance and profitability.
This webinar has been designed to provide HR professionals with information and insights to help proactively prepare for business recovery. It offers participants methodologies, tools and resources to:
• Leverage transferable skills and experience from other sectors to inform sourcing and recruiting of talent
• Evaluate internal bench strength to support workforce planning and development to meet future skill requirements of organizations
• Skills, qualifications, and experience of Alberta’s untapped talent and using that data to increase the return on recruitment activities
Some of tools, resources and information that will be explored during this webinar can be found at CareerTransitions.ca.
“The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services.”

Dec 8, 2020 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Cheryl Knight
Executive Director and CEO @Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada
Cheryl Knight is the founding Executive Director and CEO of the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (now PetroLMI). Since 2013, she has become one of Canada’s recognized expert in oil and gas workforce issues and labour market intelligence. Cheryl has more than 30 years of experience in organizations of all sizes in the energy, financial, transportation, and post-secondary education sectors. Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Psychology, a Master of Education in Counselling and a Strategic Workforce Planning certificate. She is a recognized expert in understanding trends and influences on Canada’s labour market and has been a featured speaker at multiple human resources and technical conferences.
Pat Hufnagel-Smith
@Talent Needs for the Evolving Energy Ecosystem
Pat Hufnagel-Smith has over 20 years’ experience providing analysis and insights into the dynamics of Canada’s labour market, emerging trends and occupations, and short, medium and long-term workforce requirements to inform talent strategy. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Certificate in Adult Education and Facilitation, Pat holds a Master’s Certificate in Project Management. She has been working in the field of labour market adjustment since 1992 and was instrumental in the development of the cross-sector/occupational methodology used by PetroLMI and others for assessing transferability and suitability of talent across industries.