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Job Title: Senior Organizational Development Consultant (Leadership & Culture)

Organization: William Osler Health System (Osler)

Department/Site: Human Resources, Organizational Development – Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health & Wellness

Travel: Position requires travel between multiple Osler sites

Posting Number: OSLER09122

William Osler Health System (Osler) is a multi-site hospital system serving 1.3 million people in one of the fastest growing and most culturally diverse regions in Ontario. With our new 2019-24 Corporate Strategic Plan, Going Beyond for Healthier Communities, as our roadmap, we are shifting traditional thinking and re-imagining health care to help people live healthier lives, reduce chronic disease and improve access to care. At Osler, we are committed to providing safe, equitable, high-quality care in a fulfilling work environment that inspires our staff, physicians and volunteers to learn, innovate and grow. We are proud to be recognized, year after year, as one of Greater Toronto’s Top Employers and Canada’s Best Diversity Employers. Here you will work alongside a highly-committed and respected team that understands what it means to go beyond to meet the health care needs of our communities.

Reporting to the Director, Organizational Development and working with senior human resources professionals and senior management, you will help shape the development of an integrated leadership, and talent management strategy to enhance and maintain excellence in the current and future generations of Osler leaders.

Here's what you’ll get to achieve:

 You will work across the enterprise to design and implement key initiatives critical to the People & Culture components of the Osler strategic plan, as well as work with clients to identify business needs and design appropriate solutions to support the transformation of our organization.

 Your primary focus will involve leading critical initiatives linked to leadership development, culture change and performance.

 You will apply a ‘system thinking’ approach to this work, and use diagnostic models, data gathering & research to design and deliver both organizational programs and client interventions.

 You will act as a strategic partner within Osler and help build Osler’s leadership and organizational capability/ by designing & facilitating sustainable talent and change interventions within a uniquely complex healthcare environment.

 You will deliver and design at the enterprise level, requiring strong diagnostic influencing and stakeholder management abilities. You will advise and guide leaders on complex organizational development, talent management and change management matters in order to raise the bar on individual, unit and organizational performance.

 You will develop metrics, and monitor the effectiveness of the work and recommend improvements or other interventions as required.

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Job Title: Manager, Organizational Development & Diversity
Organization: Scarborough Health Network

Department: Organization & Employee Development
Hospital Location: Centenary/Birchmount/General
Job Type: Full-time Permanent
Number of Positions: 1
Union: Non-Union
Hours: Days

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Reporting to the Director, Human Resources and Organizational Development, the Manager is a key expert resource in achieving SHN′s strategic direction to build a culture that empowers and inspires our people. The Manager acts as an internal consultant in identifying, diagnosing and developing strategies for the Organizational Development department; interacts with all levels of management and staff; advocates innovation, learning and growth that supports organizational effectiveness and support for change. The Manager, Organizational Development & Diversity is responsible for managing department programs such as: leadership development, e-learning, tuition and conference assistance, diversity and learning initiatives, organizational-wide recognition, library services, and new hire onboarding.

Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will manage the Organizational Development and Diversity program according to approved policy, standard work instructions and best practices for SHN through the following activities:

• Develops, plans and implements organization-wide and department-specific recognition programs and evaluation
• In alignment with SHN′s leadership capability framework (LEADS), recommends, and supports the development and delivery of leadership education and programming that shape workplace culture and employee engagement; this includes regular leadership forums for administrative and medical leaders
• Assesses organizational change impacts and recommends strategies to build internal capacity to manage change
• Oversees new hire onboarding that reflects best practices
• Manages service delivery for Tuition and Conference Assistance programs and other OD sponsored special events
• Oversees regular engagement surveys for employees, professional staff and volunteers; identifies strategies to support leaders and staff to increase engagement, department effectiveness and a positive workplace culture
• Defines appropriate learning methodologies to address business needs to results-focused learning solutions and deploys in an efficient and effective manner, including e-learning
• Conducts needs analysis to identify corporate training needs and objectives as well as department-specific training needs

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Job Title - Director of the Centre for People and Organizational Development

Department/College - Centre for People & Organizational Development, Sheridan College

Campus: Trafalgar(May be assigned activity at any Sheridan campus)    

Hiring Range: $148,751-$158,048

Application Deadline: Open until Filled

Reporting to the Chief Change Officer, the Director of the Centre for People and Organizational Development (CPOD) acts as a strategic business partner and advisor in the areas of employee and organizational development to the Sheridan community and leads the CPOD team. We desire a team player willing to roll up their sleeves and directly facilitate change leadership, team interventions, and specific programs and workshops. The incumbent advances the Strategic Plan, People Plan and Sheridan’s reputation as a leading employer. The Director engages the business in deploying employee and organizational development programs and services in the portfolio, enhances capacity to attract, develop, engage and retain top talent; aligns and strengthens talent at all levels, enables compliance with regulatory and contract terms, and facilitates transformation to deliver on Sheridan’s vision and strategic goals.

Using a consultative client service model to provide expertise and guidance to leaders across Sheridan, and the CPOD team, the Director is accountable for strategy, systems, and resources in the portfolio areas which include: 

  • Organizational Assessment, Design & Development 
  • Employee Development and Career Planning 
  • Change Leadership 
  • Talent Management including Succession Planning and Competency Management 
  • Leadership Effectiveness and Management Skills Development
  • Performance Management 
  • Employee Engagement
  • Legislative Learning Initiatives

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