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June 2024 webinars and calls for presenters you won’t want to miss

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Below, find webinars taking place in June and hosted by a variety of organizations, covering topics such as engaging mature workers, skills-first hiring and 2SLGBTQI+ inclusion.

Looking to share your own knowledge with your peers? Check out the following calls for conference presenters due this month:

 

Succession planning for Indigenous professionals in Canadian workplaces (Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion)

June 4

Hear from a panel of Indigenous experts as they share their insights and experiences on navigating pathways to leadership within Canadian workplaces. From identifying key challenges to discussing effective strategies, this webinar will explore how organizations can implement robust succession planning frameworks that support and retain Indigenous talent.

Take LinkedIn Profiles from Generic to Genius: Storytelling & Strategy in Every Section (Resume Writing Academy)

June 5

When reviewing LinkedIn profiles, recruiters often see duplicate content, incomplete profiles or profiles that aren’t optimized for keyword search. This session will cover the art and science of crafting compelling LinkedIn profiles that captivate your audience and showcase your client’s unique value proposition.

The Challenge Mindset: Helping Youth and Transitioning Adults Find Purpose and Impact (MACD)

June 11

The Challenge mindset offers a bold new message: the world needs you. Students no longer need to choose a job title to answer “what they want to be when they grow up.” Instead, they need to discover that the world is full of problems, challenges and opportunities that they can contribute to.

Empowering and Engaging Mature Workers in Today’s Labour Market (BCCDA)

June 12

In today’s ever-evolving job market, mature workers encounter distinct challenges and valuable opportunities. To effectively support the career journeys of older jobseekers, career developers need an up-to-date understanding of this reality to help them navigate these challenges and seize available opportunities. Join us in this interactive presentation to explore the issues affecting mature jobseekers.

Reimagining Onboarding with Automation: A Seamless Start (Brandon Hall Group) 

June 12

The time has come to revolutionize onboarding through the power of automation and personalization. This game-changing technology empowers organizations to craft truly frictionless experiences that accelerate time-to-productivity and foster an unshakeable sense of belonging from day one.

Tackling job market gaps with a skills-first approach (OECD)

June 12

In today’s ever-changing job market, there’s a clear demand for skills that fill the employment gap in sectors, particularly those driving green and digital transformations. However, throughout OECD countries, employers are grappling with finding the right talent. A skills-first approach, which focuses on hiring based on actual skills, could be the answer.

2SLGBTQI+ inclusion: Challenges in and strategies for the workplace (Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion)

June 13

There’s still a lot of work to be done to promote efficient workplace inclusion. Queerphobia still exists and a deficient sexuality education reinforces a hegemonic, colonial and binary misunderstanding of sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions. This webinar will talk about how to navigate inclusion for the 2SLGBTQI+ community in the workplace and beyond.

Engaging International Students to Work and Stay in Atlantic Canada (BHER)

June 17

Atlantic Canada has distinctive regional needs. In this session, BHER, econext and Nova Scotia Community College will talk about what works when it comes to helping international students get the work experience they need to build a future in Atlantic Canada.

Career Coaching For All Ages & Stages (CDAA)

June 18

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Reassessing your career – is there something more?
  • How to become “unstuck”
  • Planning “What’s next” in your own career stages
  • Self coaching tools to overcome self doubt, sabotage and blind spots
Supporting Apprentices With Disabilities (Canadian Apprenticeship Forum)

June 19

CAF-FCA will host a webinar with the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) so apprenticeship stakeholders can learn more about CCRW Services, including a program that breaks barriers and creates opportunities for apprentices across Canada.

Successfully hiring those with disabilities and the importance they bring! (CPHR NB)

June 19

This webinar will provide participants with action steps that they can use throughout their recruiting, hiring, onboarding and employee training processes. Attendees will learn the business case for why businesses should hire individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability and how to do it successfully.

Nurturing Social-Emotional Learning through Early Career Education (CICA)

June 26

Taking into consideration recent models of career development, and more specifically the Concepts of Career Choice and Attainment (CCCA) model, we have developed a holistic approach to youth development that connects the nature of development in the domains of social emotional learning (SEL) and career/future readiness (the SELCE model). In this webinar, we will first examine possible links between development in the SEL and career domains.

Lindsay Purchase Administrator
Lindsay Purchase is the Editor of CERIC’s CareerWise website and CareerWise Weekly newsletter. She has a background in journalism, having worked previously as a digital editor and reporter. Lindsay is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Global Studies program and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Food Security certificate program.
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Lindsay Purchase is the Editor of CERIC’s CareerWise website and CareerWise Weekly newsletter. She has a background in journalism, having worked previously as a digital editor and reporter. Lindsay is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Global Studies program and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Food Security certificate program.
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