With Mike Rudolph
Tuesday, October 11th, 2016
From 3:30 to 5pm EST / 1:30 to 3pm MT
$10 MANO & AMAAS Members, $15 Non-Members, FREE for NIMAC Members
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this workshop participants will explore the do’s and don’ts of Performance Reviews and their importance in building and sustaining a positive work environment for all.
The workshop will clarify the process and expectations of Performance Reviews while providing strategies that will enable you to deal with different situations and team members. Mike Rudolph will share valuable tips on best practices that will help you ensure the appraisal process is positive, productive and supportive.
About the Instructor
Mike Rudolph is the Manager of Human Resources for the Toronto International Film Festival. He oversees the recruitment process for the organization, which includes the hiring of more than 600 staff members each year for the festival in September. He is also responsible for the HR360 professional development programme, which includes developing and delivering in-house training sessions and a successful mentorship programme. Before beginning his career in HR, he was previously in the Ticketing Services department of TIFF and managed the organization’s call centre for more than 3 years.
Mike has a degree in English Literature from Concordia University. He completed a certificate programme in Human Resources through Ryerson University and holds the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. An avid runner, Mike has completed 4 marathons and is planning on running the Twin Cities Marathon this October.