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HR Development Program for Small Arts Organizations

Creative Manitoba is looking for five small arts organizations to participate in our Human Resource Development Program. The program includes support from an HR professional, an organizational self-assessment process, and HR coaching at no additional cost to the organization.

Do you work in a small arts organization that needs human resource management help? Do you have current HR policies and procedures? Do your job descriptions connect with your strategic goals? How about remote work policies, staff social media guidelines, company equipment use policy, workplace safety and health, or equity and accessibility policies? If you said no or maybe to any of those points, maybe you should check out Creative Manitoba’s new Human Resources Development Program.

The HR Development Program is designed for small arts organizations with 5 to 10 staff members who need assistance with their HR management. The program features direct support from an experienced HR professional who will work with the organization to assess the current state of their HR practices. After the assessment process, support will be provided to improve, add, and implement necessary human resource elements that will go a long way to creating a more stable, equitable, and secure workplace that is compliant with the Employment Standards Code Manitoba.

Creative Manitoba is currently seeking 5 organizations to participate in our Spring HR Development Program. You must be a Creative Manitoba Organizational Member to participate.

To apply, please complete the application form below and email to training@creativemanitoba.ca.

Applications close May 31, 2024.

The program was developed by specialist Dr. Lana Adeleye-Olusae, CMC, CPHR, MBA, SHRM-SCP, Director of Human Resources at the Manitoba Museum.

Dr. Lana Adeleye-Olusae (he/him) is a seasoned human resource professional, researcher and coach skilled in offering employee and organizational development strategy solutions in support of business goals’ achievement. He brings a wealth of experience in developing and implementing strategic directions for business units, start-ups and projects in various industry sectors to bear on his assignments. He is currently Director of Human Resources at The Manitoba Museum and also offers management consulting services under Surefooting Consulting, Training and Coaching Inc. to small and medium-sized organizations in various sectors.


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