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Canadian Talent Trends

Saturday, May 30, 2015 @10am

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Our Guest:

Rob_NotmanX
Rob Notman
Chief Operating Officer
Ottawa and North-East Ontario

Optimum Talent

Canadian Talent Management Trends –

Rob is responsible for the leadership and overall direction of the Ottawa office. During his career, he has held numerous senior management positions in the areas of marketing, business development and human resources across numerous industry sectors.

Rob has counseled a wide range of individuals and executives through career transition choices. He has developed and implemented policies related to dismissal and has personally managed individual career transitions and group downsizing.

Prior to entering the field of career transition consulting, Rob was Director of Marketing Programs at one of Canada’s leading defense electronics firms. For more than 10 years, he directed the efforts of Human Resources Departments within both unionized and non-unionized environments in the high technology industry. During this time, Rob gained extensive practical experience in dealing with the needs of senior executives in fast-paced, rapidly changing organizations. In addition to his business management experience, Rob also has experience in the areas of strategic planning, recruitment, employee relations, training and development.

Rob holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from Carleton University, has his Certified Human Resources Professional designation, and has earned a Certificate in Strategic Marketing from Duke University.