HRchat: Talent, Elevating Results and innovateworkTO with Jamie Allison [podcast]

In this episode of the HRchat show, Bill Banham is joined by epitome CEO and speaker at the upcoming innovateworkTO summit, Jamie Allison.

Jamie Allison is the CEO and Principal Consultant at epitome. HR.  ­Jamie has 20 years of experience leading strategic talent acquisition and development initiatives for both small and large organizations. His industry experience ranges from government and healthcare to retail and consumer packaged goods. He is proud to have directly lead various talent consulting engagements with strong companies and brands ranging from Softchoice, Home Hardware and Metrolinx to Lifelabs, CPPIB and SunLife Financial.

In his consulting work Jamie has tapped into his unique experience as a corporate executive as well as his passion for driving results to build trusting relationships with his clients.  His clients have realized tangible gains in leadership capability, talent program results and strong business outcomes across global business lines. His engagements have resulted in multiple industry awards and recognition for his clients.

In his most recent corporate executive work as Vice President of Human Resources on the senior leadership team, Jamie championed the seamless transformation of the human resources strategy, people practices and employer brand, taking an embattled organization to nationally recognized best company status.

Jamie is the author of Jackpot! A Step-by-Step Guide to a Winning On-Campus Campaign.  His work and opinions have been quoted in Human Capital Management Magazine, on HR Management Television and  HRM Online Canada, US and Australia. He has been a presenter for many organizations including the Human Resources Professional Association, The Canadian Institute, CACEE, Ryerson University and others.

About Jamie’s Session at innovateworkTO

Disruption from Stability – a Recipe for Sustainability?

To be truly “disruptive”, solution providers and established businesses must look at new solutions less as bolt-on tools but rather as an integrated talent system. Though it may seem like “HR speak”, it isn’t…it is business speak.  The recipe for failure in a launch of any solution…no matter how disruptive, agile or innovative, is building on a weak or unprepared foundation.

Don’t let your next disruptive human resources implementation die on the vine after your Go Live celebration.

In this talk, Jamie will outline 5 tips to help your organization increase the likelihood of sustaining “disruption”.

 

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