Tracey Radloff is a Senior Leader in Human Resources and a professional Leadership and Life Coach. She works in the local government sector, currently as the Director, Community & People at the City of Chestermere. As a lifelong learner, Tracey is a designated CPHR (Chartered Professional in Human Resources), CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) and CPM (Certified Payroll Manager). Her municipal experiences have allowed her to be a true generalist.
She really loves the work of leadership coaching; employee, community & labour relations; total compensation; workplace wellness; inclusion, and development. Tracey is also a Board Director with the Big Hill Haven Women’s Emergency Shelter and has volunteered her time for Bow Valley College’s Workplace Communication Skills for Rural Immigrants program. When not working and learning more about people, she loves to be outdoors, by the campfire or, walking the dogs. Tracey is currently missing the ability to travel with some West Jet dollars burning a hole in her pocket.
Wednesday, March 24th, 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
We will be starting promptly at 12:00pm, so please join a few minutes early to ensure you can access the webcast.
The comfort of your home - or wherever you choose to dial in from.
Please register for this virtual event and we will follow up by sending all registrants the details.
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There is no cost to attend this CTRN Members Only virtual event.
This virtual event features Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART), also known as, Closed Captioning for those who may be hearing impaired.
Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) or real-time captioning is the instant translation of what is spoken sound into text. The text can be displayed on an individual's computer monitor or tablet, projected onto a screen, or combined with a video presentation as closed captioning. This helps people with hearing loss access information in a wide variety of settings