05. Deepen collectively the notion of compassion in HR management
2 février 2022
06. Deepen collectively the notion of compassion in HR management
Deepen and discuss collectively the notion of compassion in human resource management
What is a caring human resource culture and how do you cultivate this culture ? What does a caring workplace look like ? How human resource management, in its many forms (policies, practices, etc.), can help cultivate a compassionate workplace ? Also what are the limits ? Do you want to reflect, learn or deepen practical tips in human resource management in a collective intelligence approach? Do you need concrete inspiration to integrate them into your team and your organization? This ateliers/C is made for you !
In a world full of uncertainty, conflict, and division, for both co-workers and bosses, sometimes we need to think about how to create a more caring space. Also, The person responsible for human resources management often has to think about strategies, policies and little actions that can be a lever of compassion and caring at work, even more so in the pandemic context we are experiencing today. The pandemic has brought new opportunities for community groups and has also had its share of challenges, including several in terms of human resources. The labor market is undergoing major transformations and organizational leaders must face new challenges.
est une série de moments d’apprentissages pour les organisations soutenues par Centraide du Grand Montréal, un espace pour se rencontrer et apprendre les uns des autres.
Au cours de l’année à venir, ateliers/C souhaite créer des espaces de formation et de discussion, chaque fois sur un thème différent. Ces moments se veulent une opportunité de présenter de nouvelles idées, stratégies ou encore des outils inspirants… Et surtout d’offrir un espace pour se retrouver et partager des connaissances.
Ces moments sont offerts gratuitement au réseau des organisations financées par Centraide du Grand Montréal. Ateliers/C est un projet de Centraide du Grand Montréal réalisé en partenariat avec le Centre des Organismes Communautaires (COCo).
based in Tiohtià:ke, unceded Kanien’keha:ka territories (Montréal) as a settler and member of the Filipinx diaspora. For the past 13 years, their practice has been informed, nourished, and challenged by their experiences in community care, the performing arts, ancestral inquiry, higher education, the critical social sciences, and equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) work. From 2018 to 2022, worked as the Anti-Oppression Researcher and as an on-staff Organizational Health Consultant at the Centre for Community Organizations (COCo). Through their research, facilitation, and consulting work at COCo, Emil supported numerous groups across Québec’s non-profit and community sector on socially just organizational development, group dynamic challenges, and change management. They continue to support COCo’s mandate as an affiliate organizational health consultant.
Currently, Emil is the sole proprietor of Emil Briones, Consulting & Facilitation, through which they provide anti-oppressive organizational development and EDI consulting, training, and accompaniment support for a diversity of organizations and group settings. They also actively participate as a panelist, guest trainer, and/or guest speaker for McGill University, Concordia University’s Department of Creative Arts Therapies, and various groups across Quebec and Canada.
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