How do we adapt to change and overcome labour shortages?
Quebec Lotto Scene 2
Presented by our partner
Recruitment? Company culture? Leadership of our teams? Talent management? Employee experience? Come and discuss this topic with four experts from the EntreChefs PME network and take the opportunity to ask your questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Add to your calendar
Stéphanie Côté Mongrain of SCM Propulsion Her biography: For over 20 years, Stéphanie has been passionate about the growth of Quebec entrepreneurs and businesses. Before starting her entrepreneurial adventure, Stéphanie made her career in manufacturing environments through culture transformation mandates such as at BRP and Bombardier Aerospace where she ended her career as Operations Manager at the CSeries. Stéphanie advocates a people-first approach. To succeed in its growth, the company must have a culture and a management system where the manager's posture is marked by small key gestures on a daily basis that promote the mobilization of teams in action.
Fanny Larocque, President | Head Hunter is a passionate, human and determined entrepreneur who believes in the power of community. Her mission: to humanize recruitment in order to make local SMEs the model employers of tomorrow. The call of entrepreneurship being crying out, in February 2017, she founded the Charlie Agency, a name that is the definition of her profession, that is to say, finding talent within a field or sector, as well as the name of her older daughter. Thanks to her experience and dedication, the Charlie Agency team has carved out a place for itself in the recruitment world. In 2021, the Agency became the first recruitment agency in Quebec to be B-Corp, a certified company that gives back to the community and the environment. Without a doubt, Fanny Larocque is a dedicated manager, businesswoman and mother who never stops improving processes and challenging the status quo.
Steve brings an impressive 20 years of experience in HR training. He developed an expertise in corporate culture at Motion Composites, an organisation specialising in the development of ultra-light equipment for reduced mobility. Focusing on the manager-employee connection, on the sense of entrepreneurship that must be present in each employee and on the definition of a unique corporate identity, he became the carrier of the corporate culture among 175 employees, where he welded the teams together at all levels of the organization chart. Today, he shares his experience in order to make the corporate culture tangible, both to senior management and to first-level managers.