Alyson is a proven leader. She is a member in good standing of the Law Society of New Brunswick as well as a certified mediator and trained facilitator. She received her Institute of Corporate Directors designation in 2018. Her results-oriented, ethical approach led to the growth and success of a national industry association for broadband companies, that she co-founded in 1994. In 2017, with Trisha Perry, she founded Resonance Inc. a company devoted to making workplaces better.
Based in New Brunswick and providing services to all Maritime provinces, Resonance Inc., is a multidisciplinary workplace services firm offering clients structural governance and strategic planning, conflict resilience and resolution processes, workplace investigations, management and employee training and general employment law.
-Member of the Institute of Corporate Directors
-Experienced in Conflict Resilience and Resolution
-Experienced in Workplace Assessments
-Certified Workplace Investigator
-Member in good standing of the Law Society of New Brunswick and the Canadian Bar Association
-Member of the ADR Institute of Canada
-Accredited Insights and Conflict Dynamics Facilitator.
This online workshop will examine the critical role of the Board Chair from the selection process and orientation to the best practices on how to build trust with stakeholders, manage group dynamics and relationship between the CEO/Executive Director.
Participants will learn:
Employers have a lot on their plate right now and seemingly more urgent issues such as layoffs, return to work protocols, managing remote employees, accommodation requests etc., can easily overshadow the obligation to ensure a respectful work environment. However, as the Canadian Human Rights Commission reminds us, the current stress that permeates our day-to-day lives might be why employers should place extra emphasis on ensuring their employees feel respected and safe while working.
Traditional workplace harassment training has been focused on behaviour at work. However, online bullying, poor video-conferencing etiquette, harassment and discrimination occurs with alarming frequency outside of the physical workplace. Since the pandemic has changed the ways in which we interact with each other at work, we need to look at and prepare for how we will do that respectfully. This online workshop will address topics such as:
The facilitators are happy to take specific and anonymous questions during the online workshop to address any questions participants would like to ask.
world responds to COVID-19, many non-profits are struggling to achieve their mission
while supporting the community and surviving the crisis themselves. What is the
role of the Board in a crisis? This interactive
online workshop will address key issues facing Not for Profit Board Members
today such as:
The impact of new laws, regulations and support
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