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Ottawa HR Forum November 7-8, 2006 Ottawa Congress Centre
An Evolution – Trade Show to Conference Still the main event for HR Practitioners in Eastern Ontario More seminars and more networking Endorsed by OHRPA / HRPAO New room at Congress Centre provides for a different “look and feel” for event More fun, more learning and more value!
Theme 21 st Century HR - Engaging the Organization The conference will discuss how HR is branded in organizations and explore how strategic human resources management can engage a diverse and skilled workforce in the 21st century. We’ll also ask how HR is positioned to play a leadership role in a complex business environment where knowledge drives value for products, services and individuals.
Where HR Practitioners Meet The traditional HR Forum audience consists of HR practitioners and professionals are at senior levels. Sixty percent work in the private sector.
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Why the HR Forum is needed There is growing demand for cost effective training for CHRPs As a regional event, the HR Forum provides networking and business development opportunity within private and public sector HR The HR Forum gathers the community for inspirational and informative sessions for HR practitioners The industry needs a place to meet annually and share ideas
Great news for 2006! Double the seminar content over 2005! Twice the networking breaks! Mealtime Keynotes bring exhibitors, delegates and speakers together for major events OHRPA Net Night, November 7 More options for corporate participation
Keynote Profile TERRY EVANSHEN The Man Who Lost Himself Terry Evanshen is member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and a Grey Cup champion. He is also the victim of a devastating car accident that wiped Forty- four years of memories in an instant. Hear how Terry has rebuilt his scattered life, on a comeback trail that has been a slow rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. Look at life from a new perspective and discover the power of the human spirit in an inspiring keynote presentation. Focus of CTV original drama “ The Man Who Lost Himself”
Keynote Profile HON. JOHN BAIRD (invited) Treasury Board President John Baird was elected to the House of Commons in 2006, and was a member of Ontario’s provincial legislature from Minister Baird is responsible for the Federal Accountability Act, an omnibus legislation designed to change the current system of oversight and management, and ensure transparency and accountability in the federal government. John Baird in the House of Commons
Our New Look New room cuts the show in half and creates a better conference environment 3 more intimate rooms, one more than in 2005 Large lounge on Show floor encourages networking Fewer exhibits, with increased focus on HR solutions and learning
Show Off! 10' X 8' Exhibit Booth Located adjacent to the conference area. Exhibitors have access to the conference sessions (keynotes require tickets). Exhibit Booth Plus (4) Keynote Tickets Reserve a booth at the Show, plus 4 tickets to Keynote luncheons, and network with delegates at the keynote luncheons. Exhibit Booth Plus 40-Minute Seminar This is an exceptional opportunity to present your skills and knowledge to a qualified audience. 40-Minute Seminar — Only 10 Available All sessions must be approved by conference management. Session times will be allocated according to the date of confirmation, and the best flow of topics within the conference.
Register as a Delegate Delegate Options:CostCHRP Points Conference Session Pass$50 20 Keynote Ticket $502 (per person) All-inclusive Pass$15020 Team Tickets $40020 (per person) (4 full conference passes) Keynote Table (8)$300 2 (per person) Exhibit Hall AccessFREE with admission10 (per day)