Plenary Session 3 - Panel Discussion: The Business Case for Trust

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Plenary Session 3 - Panel Discussion: The Business Case for Trust

HR Summit 2010: Trust, Engagement, and the Bottom Line, October 5 & 6
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#HR2010 - Hear from non-HR senior executives to learn how to engage your leaders on trust and the bottom line


Panel Discussion on The Business Case for Trust, moderated by Paul Bates, Dean, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University.
Panelists: Mike Cloutier, CEO, Critical Outcome Technologies, Inc., Peter McQuillan, VP, Finance, Planning, and Engineering, Federal Express Canada Ltd., Michael Rowe, CFO, The Home Depot of Canada, Anthony Staffieri, Senior VP, Finance, Bell Canada Enterprises

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The performance impact of higher trust and engagement is easy for HR professionals to understand.  The same cannot always be said for other business units and departments, so one of HR's challenges is to help non-HR leaders link trust and the bottom line.

The panel of non-HR senior executives will discuss how they came to recognize that trust and engagement were "need to haves" rather than "nice to haves."  Learn from their perspectives how you can help leaders across your organization reach this level if understanding.

Register using Priority Code 3BL and save $200 before August 5th.


Friday, July 30, 2010 - 1:00pm


Tracie Jones
The Conference Board of Canada
Keywords: Engagement | HR | bottom line | business case | employees | performace | trust