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Join us for an insightful webinar with Talent Canada as we delve into the transformative power of skills-based organizations and their profound impact on HR, people, and culture. In this session, we will explore how embracing a skills-based approach will enable you to unlock the full potential of your workforce and drive long-term success. By shifting the focus from job roles to skill profiles, skills-based organizations empower employees to contribute based on their unique strengths and capabilities. This approach democratizes opportunities, it enables organizations to redeploy talent, opens up mobility and agility - lowering hiring and retention costs, and ensures business continuity. We will look at the essential steps necessary for organizations to build a skills-based HR strategy, giving you some tools to hit the ground running!

Wylie Burke is an innovation consultant, facilitator, and leadership coach. She is the lead facilitator for Queen's IRC's Talent Management and Strategies for Workplace Conflicts programs.

Wylie has over 15 years of experience in business administration, human resources, strategic and operational planning, and leading high performing teams. She brings a unique perspective to her work, having had the pleasure of working for a diverse range of organizations including United Way Toronto, CIBC, SickKids, WSIB, and Toronto Metropolitan University.

Having led large-scale merger and integration initiatives, cultural transformation, and change strategies, Wylie is recognized for taking a people-centred and creative approach to her work and is inspired by helping people and organizations realize potential and reach new heights.

Wylie is passionate about her work with clients in reimagining the overarching HR function, turning it from a process heavy one into a strategically designed talent hub. Employing a design thinking methodology, she helps to evolve talent models, programs, and strategies into innovative, agile, flexible, relevant assets that connect talent decisions to value-creating outcomes.

Wylie holds an MBA from Queen’s University, an Honours Degree in Sociology from York University, and she is an Adler Trained Coach.

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