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HR Analytics for the Public Sector
From Solid Foundations to Powerful Prediction
September 24 - 25, 2019 · Ottawa, Ontario
Featuring These Industry Experts
Jennifer Lahey, Talent Optimization Specialist, Predictive Success Corporation
Jennifer is an influencer, inspirer, connector and leader in Toronto’s business and startup community. Jennifer is a Queen’s University Honours graduate with a Master’s of Science degree. She has a broad wealth of experience in business development, sales and marketing across the financial institutions, insurance providers, telecommunication, healthcare, manufacturing, education and technology industries.
Marc Delisle, Senior Policy Analyst, Employment and Social Development Canada
Marc Delisle is a Senior Analyst at Employment and Development Social Canada. Marc is drawn to roles initiatives/projects that impact whole organizations, especially if success is dependent on absorbing and understanding large quantities of complex information. He is especially interested in how organizations can prepare for the future of work. More specifically, he is studying the impact of automation on workers and evolving skills demand. Marc recently delved into Industrial-Organizational Psychology to complete a study examining automation-resistant skills of the future.bHe recognizes that this discussion about the future of work is only useful until Artificial General Intelligence takes over, at which point humans will all be vacationing for the rest of their lives. Marc Delisle has completed an evidence-based research to find out which skills and abilities will allow knowledge workers to thrive in the age of automation—with some surprising results.
Dr. David Weiss, President & CEO, Weiss International Ltd.
Dr. David S. Weiss, FCTDP, ICD.D is President and CEO of Weiss International Ltd., a firm specializing in innovation, leadership, and HR consulting for many Fortune 500 companies and public-sector organizations. David has delivered over 200 conference presentations and he has written over 50 journal and trade articles. He is the author or co-author of six business books including Leadership Driven HR (Jossey-Bass, 2013) was listed by the Globe & Mail Report on Business as the #1 business book seller on April 9, 2013, and Innovative Intelligence (Wiley, 2011, also available in Chinese and Farsi) which was a “top 5 business book for 2011” reported by CBC News. David has conducted executive sessions in Canada, USA, China, Russia, Israel, Uganda, South Africa, Malaysia, Chile, Hungary, Paris and England. Previously, Affiliate Professor of Rotman School of Management, Senior Research Fellow at Queen’s University, and Chief Innovation Officer in a multinational consulting firm, David currently teaches at four university executive development programs, including Rotman, Schulich, DeGroote and St, Mary’s University. David’s doctorate is from the University of Toronto and he has three Masters degrees. He has been honoured by many organizations globally including by the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario with the “Distinguished Lecturer” certificate, by the Asia-Pacific HR Congress with the “HR Leadership Award,” by the Institute for Performance and Learning as the first lifetime “Fellow” in Canada, and by HRPA with the lifetime designation of “Fellow CHRE.”