Hope everyone had a great and safe holiday break, and a Happy New Year!
As mentioned at our last AGM and subsequent Conference, we will be providing Lunch and Learns, at no cost to our Members, throughout the year with guest speakers from various municipalities / firms throughout Canada. I am proud to state, we have booked Marty Hazell, City of Hamilton, for our first 2021 Lunch and Learn on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 at 12 to 1pm (EST).
Marty Hazell’s topic of discussion will be for those who are current people leaders, as well as assisting those who are looking to develop into people leaders.
Further to Marty’s brief bio provided below, and on a personal note, Marty is one of the nicest and most informative people I have ever met in this industry in my over 20 year’s experience. Thanks to Marty for providing his time and knowledge to our Association.
Registration for the Lunch and Learn can be found here:
Note that this Lunch and Learn will be for Associate and Full Members only and to the first 100 registrants. We will be hosting other events and Lunch and Learns that will include our Student Membership as well. Stay tuned.
Our Guest Speaker:
Marty Hazell, CET, CMO, MLEO(c)
Marty Hazell has enjoyed a lengthy career as an executive leader with the City of Hamilton, providing strategic and operational leadership in politically-sensitive, demanding and results-oriented work environments to large multi-disciplinary workforces delivering a wide range of municipal services.
Marty is currently the Director of Strategic Initiatives in the City of Hamilton’s Planning and Economic Development Department where he is responsible for leading and delivering key leadership, workforce development and employee engagement initiatives to support a high-performing, engaged workforce and an “open for business” culture.
Marty is also an experienced adult education instructor and author of several management and leadership books including:
- “Self-Leadership for Personal Effectiveness”;
- “Becoming an Effective Supervisor”;
- “Driving and Surviving Workplace Change”;
- “Building Time Management Muscle”; and,
- “Understanding and Developing Leadership”.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
George T. Zajac, CPT, MCIP, RPP
Executive Director, CACPT