Nicole Crutcher

Director, Strategic Planning Division, Strategic Business Integration Directorate, Human Resources Branch,

Nicole began her career in the public service in 2000. She has spent the bulk of her career working in research and statistics groups within the criminal justice portfolio; eight years with the Correctional Service of Canada and seven years with the Department of Justice Canada. In 2014, Nicole joined the CRA as the Director of Business Statistics in the Service, Integration and Innovation Branch and in 2017, joined the Human Resources Branch as the Director of Strategic Planning where she is responsible for corporate workforce planning, reporting, data and surveys as well as workforce adjustment. Nicole has undergraduate degrees in Psychology (Brock University) and Legal Studies (Carleton University) and a Master’s degree in Legal Studies (Carleton).

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Day 1: Dec 8, 2020

Day 2: Dec 9, 2020

11:35 am

11:35 am

Opening Keynote Session

Developing Leadership Character to Guide Your Organization Through Both Good Times and Bad

The last recession and current pandemic have tested the strength of organizations to the max.  While competency and commitment can carry most organizations along, the character of leaders has emerged as a single determining factor for success in trying times.  Inspire your colleagues by creating a roadmap to help you:

  • Identify the leadership characteristics that will push your organization forward
  • Incorporate those characteristics into performance indicators for leadership roles
  • Translate leadership character into improved organizational resilience and customer and employee experience that will enhance your bottom line

Improve your organization’s overall health and resilience through character leadership