"Key Insights for Building PM Skills", Speaker: Marcella Kowalchuk- North (Cabarrus & Huntersville) Virtual Meeting
Key Insights for Building PM Skills
- Identify three (3) key principles to assist project management professionals in their leadership development and growth.
- Participants will be able to identify the behaviours which promote and inhibit success in a leadership role.
Speaker: Marcella Kowalchuk
Marcella is a Human Resources Leadership Consultant with over 15 years of experience providing strategic and operational advice to her clients. She has collaborated with entrepreneurs, family-owned businesses, and leaders in the public, private and non-profit sectors. She is an advocate for diversity equity and inclusion and is committed to fostering environments where individuals feel safe, welcomed, and encouraged to contribute their best.
Her expertise includes he ability to address complex workplace dynamics through effective listening, insightful questioning, and the application of employment legislation. She works with her clients to learn about their specific challenges and opportunities and shares her knowledge in all areas of human resources including, leadership development, strategic work force planning, employee engagement, performance management, workplace accommodations, talent acquisition, union/labour relations, employee rights, health and safety and workplace investigations. In addition, Marcella is professor at Sheridan College's Pilon School of Business where she teaches human resources and business administration courses.
As a member of the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA) she holds the designation of a Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) along with a Certificate in Human Resources Management. Her other credentials include a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree, training in workplace investigations, organizational dynamics, management development, psychological health safety and organizational design. Marcella is enthusiastic about encouraging youth and young adults and delivers workshops to help to prepare them for their transition to high school, post-secondary academic institutions, and the world of work in all its forms. She is thankful for the privilege and the ability to volunteer and supports the Girl Guides of Canada and Caledon Community Services.
It is no longer possible to register for this event