"Lead the conversation the right way"
If you’re asking yourself “what can I as a leader do better?”, you’re not alone. You might even be wondering how you can get the conversation started in your workplace without doing the “wrong thing.” Bryce Bowman from McElhanney joins us for this virtual event to share the importance of open and honest communication in (co-)creating a workplace of true diversity, equity and inclusion.
In this virtual event, you’ll learn how to:
- Create a workplace culture of mutual accountability
- Handle negative or controversial feedback as a leader
- Maintain transparency in tough conversations
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For six years now, I’ve been the Internal Communications Lead at McElhanney. My work is driven by shifting the communications function from a top-down approach to meeting people where they are. It’s all about facilitating sincere and open conversations and thoughtfully applying technology to connect people. Each day revolves around learning, utilizing new ideas, and analyzing their impact – a communicator’s work is never perfectly tuned. Born and raised just south of Calgary, AB, I am a sucker for Montana landscapes, fried chicken, and a stack of dusty records.
Dessalen Wood is an innovative HR executive, seasoned speaker, and coach. She specializes in leading Learning and Development and Human Resources teams at some of North America’s most-respected organizations. In 2019 she left her role as Vice President, Talent Development at Cineplex Entertainment to join ThoughtExchange in the newly created role of Chief People Officer.
Throughout her career, Dessalen has been passionate about creating work environments that bring out the very best in people. The connection to ThoughtExchange - the product and the team -was instant, and made the decision to join feel like a natural fit between like minds.
Dessalen is based in Montreal with her husband, three children and her dog.