Events

Join us at our next Free Executive Brief Breakfast
where we will kick off the series

” The Building of a Talent Pipeline.”

Come discover what leading organizations are doing to build robust pipelines and succession plans.  Learn  with your peers and develop strategies that will work.

Too often we hear from our clients that they are having challenges finding good people to fill their openings. They have tried so many different strategies to no avail; the resumes are not coming in! They keep doing the same things over and over again expecting different results.

Sometimes, they hire or promote because they have a person, maybe not the best person and invariably the person leaves within a short period of time.

Leaders are getting frustrated because the business is growing and they are facing important challenges in building their capacity.

Does this sound familiar?

Are you tired of not being able to find the Right person for the Right job at the Right time?
Read our case study.

Joining us will be Morrie Weinberg.  Morrie who specializes in government grants, will explain what government grant programs are available to help fund various forms of HR initiatives and succession planning!

Morrie will explain the grant process, the solicitation timeline, the amount of your time that will be required and the potential funding that can be gotten.

Building a Talent Pipeline for Your Organization

Register early because spaces are limited.

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Event location:

Where:  The Pillars, 3535 St Charles Blvd, suite 700,  Kirkland, PQ, H9H 5B9

When:  Thursday, March 27, 2014

Time:     7:30am – 9:30am

To register email Christine@thepillars.ca or call 514-505-3069

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We understand that things come up so if you have to cancel, please let us know by Monday March 24, 2014.

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