Workforce Forward 2024 | VANCOUVER

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October 23, 2024 | 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Hyatt Regency, 655 Burrard Street, Vancouver, CA V6C 2R7

Expand your knowledge and expertise and support the advancement of your career through our CPHR British Columbia accredited CPD conference!

CPHR British Columbia & Yukon joined forces with Workforce Forward in June 2022 to provide their members with CPD’s while building essential skills for embracing allyship and creating Indigenous inclusive workplaces.

Preferential Pricing

Take advantage of your membership with preferential
pricing. CPHR BC + Yukon members receive a $100 discount.

CPD Hours

Attending Workforce Forward qualifies for continuing professional development hours.

Certificate of Participation

Once the conference is all wrapped up, participants receive a Certificate of Participation to share with their networks.

The Venue

Learn from visionaries working in the DEI space and experience Downtown Vancouver at the Hyatt Regency

About

Located on bustling Burrard Street, Hyatt Regency Vancouver is the perfect hotel for both leisure and business travelers to British Columbia.

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Meet Last Years' Speakers!

Our visionary speakers represent some of the best in the business and are here to
inspire, motivate and empower your organization to action!

National Director, Indigenous Relations
SNC-LAVALIN
Director of Indigenous HR Strategy
Tokata HR Solutions
Founder & Principal
Channer Consulting & Training
Manager, Cross-cultural & Indigenous Relations
ATCO Gas
Partner
Leaders International Executive Search
Award-Winning Diversity & Inclusion Expert I Inspirational Speaker I Organizational Transformation
Erin Davis Co.
Founder & CEO
Jouta Performance Group
Executive Director
Pride at Work Canada
Head, Indigenous Talent Strategy
BMO
Senior Account Manager
Indigenous Engagement GFL Environmental inc
Executive Director of Indigenous Initiatives and Partnerships
British Columbia Institute of Technology
Client Account Manager, Indigenous and Transportation, Canada Federal
AECOM
Resident Elder/Patient Advocate
Squamish Nation
Indigenous Knowledge Translation Lead Chee Mamuk
BC Centre for Disease Control
Director of Business Development
CPHR BC & Yukon
Vice President, Engagement and DRIPA Implementation
Royal BC Museum
Senior Manager, Inclusion and Diversity
Rogers Communications
Regional Program Specialist- Southeast Region
BC Hydro - Indigenous Employment & Training team
Director of Communications and International Relations
British Columbia Treaty Commission
HR, Employment & Training Coordinator
Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation - SSN 

Agenda Coming Soon!

OVER 8 HOURS OF LEARNING!

Check out the morning and afternoon session at Workforce Forward | VANCOUVER by clicking on each icon box below!

Hosted By; Jorge Avilés

Featuring:

Opening Blessings & Welcome Address

Featuring:

Fireside Chat: Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the Future of Work.

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Panel Discussion: Best Practices in Indigenous Workforce Engagement

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Networking Morning Coffee

Workshop: Nothing About us Without us: The Importance of Decolonizing Policy

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Workshop: The Business of Ethical Indigenous Engagement

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Workshop: Becoming a Leader of Change: How to Build Your Professional and Personal Reconciliation Action Plan

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Networking Lunch

Workshop: Indigenous Allyship and Anti-Racism Training

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Workshop: Culture, Protection & Productivity: Securing a Strong Foundation for your HR Strategy to Flourish

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Workshop: Activating Allyship – Engage, Recruit, Indigenize

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Networking Afternoon Coffee

Workshop: - Demystifying UNDRIP

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Workshop: Path to Inclusion – Understanding the Journey of Allyship

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Workshop: Intersectional Approaches to Indigenous Inclusion

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Opening Night Reception

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