Najlaa Ruaf

Vice President People & Culture

Najlaa is Spark Power’s Vice President of People & Culture (Human Resources). She has over 10 years of experience in employee engagement, human resources and leadership development in non-profit, education and electrical contracting services. She is responsible for leading the organization in the areas of culture, and talent attraction, retention and development.

Najlaa started her career in fundraising and volunteer engagement with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. After achieving her Masters in Business Administration in Human Resources, she lead the Student Engagement team at the Goodman School of Business (Brock University) for four years developing leadership programs for high-potential student leaders and managing the undergraduate student recruitment portfolio. In 2017, Najlaa joined Spark Power to lead and develop the Human Resources function with a focus on integration of multiple acquisitions. She currently represents Spark Power on the Electricity Human Resources of Canada Empowering Futures Steering Committee.


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Day 1: Dec 7, 2021

Day 2: Dec 8, 2021

11:30 am

11:30 am

PANEL SESSION: THE FUTURE OF HR

Advance the HR Profession with People Analytics in Preparation for the Future of Work

It’s true that HR departments have experienced unprecedented change as of late. But too often HR professionals are stuck with outdated tools and attitudes both within their organizations and across the entire spectrum of the HR practice. Deepen your professional knowledge and help propel the HR industry forward with the latest ideas from leading people analytics specialists. Take back an innovative plan to:

  • Raise awareness within your organization of the ROI of people analytics and the importance of HR data to your company’s future success.
  • Accelerate the practice of people analytics within your organization by instigating a new consultative approach with top management to support corporate decision-making.
  • Use the latest ideas for building standards of data definition across sectors and industries to inform your people analytics strategy.

Transform the mindset toward people analytics within your organization and prepare for the Future of Work.