NoW-Academy
The future of work is NoW - Are you ready?

Programs

Our course content and syllabus have been informed by leaders in our community, research through our employee experience surveys, and decades of real life experiences in modern companies.

We believe strongly in experiential design, collaborative learning and the building of lasting relationships through community. All programs leverage multiple educators (local and international), an inspiring and fun environment, and practical take-aways that you can immediately use. Further, all our graduates will join our ever-growing online community where we open-source our learning and best practices.

All our bootcamps are hosted at the campuses of RED Academy - an organization committed to redefining education and shares in our passion for the NoW of Work.

Intro to Modern HR

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Intro to Modern HR

 
 

WHERE & WHEN

Vancouver
RED Academy
#200 - 1490 W Broadway
Vancouver, BC

May 14 & 15, 2019


Sudbury, Ontario
NORCAT
1545 Maley Drive
Sudbury, Ontario

March 13 & 14 2019

 

Investment

$699

 

Class size             

Max 12 

Technology, a connected generation, and the sharing economy have fundamentally changed the way companies operate, market and deliver value. So why are most HR departments still bogged down in legacy HR practices?

Our People want more (you want more!) but where do you go to learn how to lead a modern company? Where can you go to future-proof yourself?

Whether you are: currently working in a traditionally operated organization; a recent post-secondary graduate; or someone looking to transition into the People & Culture (HR) world, this bootcamp will open your eyes to the inspiring People & Culture practices of modern companies around North America. You can expect a combination of lecturing, guest speakers, a mini-hackathon, and high-energy fun from start to finish!


Our educators, (in-person and via video conference) span North America and will share the most modern practices in the following topics:

Day 1: 9:00am - 5:00pm

  • Employer branding

  • DIBs (diversity, inclusion, belonging) and the unconscious bias

  • Talent acquisition

  • Professional and personal development

  • Office design

  • Remote and flexible work schedules

  • Transparency in the workplace

  • Continuous feedback

  • How technology is, and will continue to impact Human Resources

Day 2: 9:00am - 3:00pm

  • Agile operations

  • Mini-hackathon

  • Soft skills for the NoW of Work

  • Attrition

  • Entrenching an amazing culture

  • “Friday @ 4”


"This bootcamp shared practices and ways of thinking that are more realistic and cutting edge than the traditional approaches taught in school. If I had a choice between pursuing higher education and this boot camp to up my game, the boot camp wins hands down!"

Tejal, HR Generalist, Hospitality Designs

 

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