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Looking Back on 2013…

…Strategy For A Seat At The Table: Continuous Learning – Dave Crisp Building Teams: Exploring Teamwork in Fast-Paced, Dynamic Environments – Brenda Barker Scott Building the Blue Team: Using Conflict…

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Looking Back on Spring 2015…

Brenda Barker Scott 2015 Workplace in Motion Summit a Success – Stephanie Noel Getting Ahead of the Shift: Summit Inspires Thoughtful Conversations About the Changing World of Work – Cathy…

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Top 5 Queen’s IRC Articles from 2017

…Amplifying Teamwork in Your Organization Brenda Barker Scott, Queen’s IRC Facilitator Let’s begin with a question. Are you experiencing barriers to working collaboratively, even though you know collaboration is necessary?…

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Looking Back on 2015…

…Is Your Workplace in Motion? Exploring the New Employee, the New Work, and the New Workplace – Brenda Barker Scott Peter Edwards Delivers 2015 W. D. Wood Lecture – A…

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Spring 2014 Article Recap

…the excellent papers and articles we have released this spring. Developing Organizations: A Metaphorical View – Brenda Barker Scott The Future of Unions in Canada’s Private Sector: How Can Unions…

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Looking Back on Spring 2017…

…Creating a Collaborative Workplace: Amplifying Teamwork in Your Organization – Brenda Barker Scott The Golden Years: The Aging Workforce and Human Rights Matters – Deborah Hudson 5 Questions to Help…

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Start 2022 off right

Open-Enrollment Programs Fall 2022 & Spring 2023 virtual and in-person programs PROGRAM DATE AND LOCATION LEARNING MODEL Building Trust in the Workplace Sep 26-29, 2022: 1pm-4:30pm ET Virtual Feb 15-16,…

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Holiday promo for 2022 programs

Our Safe Return to In-Person Program Delivery: All participants are required to demonstrate compliance with Queen’s University COVID-19 Health and Safety protocols prior to attending any in-person program. You will…

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About | Queen’s IRC

About Us + 0 Number of Participants 0 Certificates Awarded 0 Open-enrolment Programs 0 % Customer Satisfaction OUR MISSION To provide challenging and innovative educational programs to advance the skills…

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Team Training: A Brief Look at the Options

…the developmental stage of the team and the reason for the training, most team training falls within the following types: in-house, off-site, simulation/role playing, peer-to-peer, and multi-team training, as well…

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Director’s Note – February 2022

…Choose remote facilitation, or take advantage of on-site learning to bring multiple teams together. It’s our 85th anniversary in October! We’re immensely proud of our history as a pioneer in…

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The Talent Management Revolution

…implement some of these practices more immediately by leveraging your organization’s intranet. Creating an internal site where employees are encouraged to post information about their interests, showcase their project work,…

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Building Trust in the Workplace

Building Trust in the Workplace Elevating Trust for Organizational Health and Wellness 2 CREDITS LEARNING MODEL: IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL PROGRAM OVERVIEW Our workplaces are increasingly more diverse and more impacted…

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Reducing Participant Stress Before a Workplace Investigation

…Psychology from Saint Mary’s University and a Master of Industrial Relations from Queen’s University. 780 1590969600 https://irc.queensu.ca/wp-content/uploads/reducing-participant-stress-before-workplace-investigations-180×130.jpg 1592179200 #post_title #post_excerpt #post_title #separator_sa#site_title #post_excerpt #post_title #separator_sa #site_title default default default default…

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The Gift of Workplace Coaching

…Days: Why Employers of Choice Hire Coaches for New Leaders “There is a pervasive lack of leadership management training happening when people are moving into management.” Scott Miller, Executive Vice…

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The Ultimate Retention-Reward System

…be bought out by the Scott Pickford Group rather than continuing as an independent company, swapping their shares for shares in Scott Pickford’s parent and reaping 10 times their original…

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Back to the Collective Bargaining Table

…the Queen’s IRC Negotiation Skills and Managing Unionized Environments programs. classic-editor #post_title #separator_sa #site_title #post_excerpt Negotiating in the (Almost) Post-Pandemic World 1650326400 Queen’s IRC Facilitator 1650326400 default default default default…

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The Shifting Challenges for Leaders

In January 2020, when we had only vague and incomplete information on a new strain of virus, The Economist published a column entitled A Manager’s Manifesto for 2020: Eight Resolutions…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions REGISTRATION, PAYMENT & DISCOUNTS How do I register for a program? You can register online, call us toll-free at 1-888-858-7838, or email us at irc@queensu.ca. Once you…

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Linda Allen-Hardisty

 

Linda Allen-Hardisty is an organizational development professional (Queens IRC OD Certificate), an executive coach (ICF PCC professional designation), a team coach (EMCC Global Accreditation), and a Forbes Coaches Council contributing member. She’s built a reputation as a vibrant, contemporary voice in the business world by blending her grounding in OD with a practical approach to addressing organizational challenges and opportunities.

 

Over her 20-year OD career, she has helped many leaders – from corporate executives to entrepreneurs – improve their personal and professional success. She is a sought-after facilitator and advisor for executive development, strategy and change, team effectiveness, and emotional intelligence.

With a Masters of Education from the University of Regina, Linda’s uniqueness is that, prior to private practice, she fulfilled corporate leadership roles including the Director of Organizational Development in a company listed on the Hewitt Top 50 Employers in Canada and became the first Manager of Strategy and Performance for a municipal government undertaking cultural transformation. Her diverse industry experience includes oil and gas, healthcare, utilities, universities, tourism, municipal government, professional associations, crown corporations, arts and creative industries, architecture, Indigenous business, Agri-value, IT, and small medium business. Linda and her husband are proud to call the Canadian prairies their home, and she is a Member of the Board of Trustees at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, which is the public art gallery in Regina, SK.