Webinar: People, Change & Workplace Culture
September 29, 2020 | 12:00 PM ETOnlineProvided in English
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Innoweave’s Leading through Crisis set out to support community organizations with coaching opportunities, mentorship, and resources.
Six months into this upended reality, organizations continue to operate in uncertainty and changing circumstances. As many undergo organizational adaptations and reimagine their impact, there are opportunities to support teams in “building back better”.
On September 29, the People, Change & Workplace Culture webinar will dive into the human implications of organizational adaptations to support teams through the rebuild stage. We will explore approaches to support healthy teams, promote staff engagement and empower team leadership.
The webinar will be co-facilitated by Matt Youens, strategist in workplace culture and team management and founder of Human Elements and Ana Sofia Hibon from Innoweave.
Note: This session will also be hosted in French. Details to come.
More about Matt Youens
Matt Youens founded Human Elements in 2017 to provide top-quality strategic planning, capacity building, and high-quality workplace culture support to Canadian social profit organizations. Matt enjoys working with small, powerful teams, helping them be better tomorrow than they are today. He named the company after the most powerful piece to any organization – the human beings, who with passion and dedication, make their dents in the universe.
Matt is an energetic, passionate, and highly adaptable HR professional with close to 20 years experience in various sectors. A dedicated volunteer and life-long learner, Matt has a handful of educational papers on his office wall, has held his CHRP/CPHR designation since 2010, and is a certified Change Management practitioner. He is married to an extremely supportive wife, and is fearful that one day their two cats might learn to work a can opener and cut out the middleman.
More about Ana Sofia Hibon
Ana Sofia joined the McConnell Foundation in 2018 to work in the President’s Office. Since March of 2020 she has worked on several of the Foundation’s adaptations to the COVID-19 crisis. As an Associate in the Innoweave team, she supports the new Leading through Crisis stream, which helps organizations adapt and thrive in changing times.
Ana Sofia is passionate about the power of community-led action and stories to create systemic change. Her work, study and volunteer experiences span different regions –including North America, East Africa and her home country of Peru – and topics ranging from newcomer resettlement and forced migration to mental health and civic engagement.
Based in Tio’tia:ke (Montreal), she holds a B.A in International Development and a double minor in Communication Studies and Management from McGill University.