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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Fuel your Learning and Development Programs with Employee Opinion Data

One of the benefits of CCCE membership is that anyone from your company can attend meetings. Please invite your colleagues.

To accommodate people with allergies to perfume the CCCE asks that attendees arrive scent-free for monthly meetings. 

In this session you will learn:

  • What an Employee Value Proposition is and how awareness of this can impact the ability to attract and retain people for your organization;
  • How to develop EVP outcomes to focus learning and development decisions, to drive optimal ROI on your investment; and
  • What the key implementation considerations are for success.

Speaker Biography 


A senior human resources leader with experience in all aspects of HR vision, strategy and implementation, Dean has applied his background to many facets of the businesses he’s worked with. He has done consulting in organization development and effectiveness, performance consulting and process improvement in both small and large organizations, and bringing solutions that provide immediate impact while enabling sustained organizational impact.

Dean has led the implementation of operations review practices in HR departments, bringing a unique skill set and approach to human resources leadership driving pragmatic, metrics-driven solutions.

As a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) and licensed Professional Engineer, Dean brings a unique skill set and approach to human resources leadership driving pragmatic, metrics-driven solutions.

Dean holds a B.Ed. and B.A.Sc. (Civil Engineering) from the University of Ottawa, a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt designation and is certified in Change Management Process Implementation.

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Date(s) - 22/03/2017
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Schulich Executive Education Centre

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