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Workshops & seminars

Hiring and developing talent

Second in a series to preview Concordia’s Validation of Competencies service

Date & time
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

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Cost

This event is free

Organization

University Advancement

Where

Online

Concordia’s new Validation of Competencies Service is a bold new offering, designed to help meet society’s need for a skilled workforce, while ensuring individuals get the credible, accredited recognition they deserve.

CU at Home presents a series of 3 webinars to offer alumni a sneak-peek at the course content for the service's initial offering to validate leadership skills.

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Sébastien Auger presents an exclusive first-look at Hiring and Developing Talent.

Let’s face it: as a manager, you’re only as good as your team. The good news is that with the right knowledge, skills and experience, you can build your dream team from the ground up by recruiting, hiring and developing the right people.

In this webinar participants will learn how to:

  • hire and integrate the right employees;
  • conduct performance reviews;
  • provide feedback effectively and use coaching techniques to help your team members reach their full potential

Sébastien Auger

Human Resources Manager, Microsoft

Sebastien Auger

Sébastien Auger is a passionate HR professional with more than over 12 years of diversified experience in changing organizations.

As Human Resources Manager at Microsoft he focuses on helping managers build managerial capabilities in a high performance culture. 

Sébastien has Bachelor of Commerce from HEC Montreal and an Master of Science in Labor and Industrial Relations from the University of Montreal; he has taught in the Leadership and Human Resources programs at Concordia Continuing Education and specializes in hiring and developing talent and compensation and benefits. He also has a wealth of experience managing talent and coaching managers, especially in the banking industry. 

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