Les ateliers Maintien du respect en milieu de travail (MRMT)

Les ateliers MRMT du CRHSC, d’une durée de 3 heures, sont adaptés au type de participants (de 12 à 24) - employeurs, travailleuses ou travailleurs, artistes ou un groupe mixte. Vous êtes encouragé à rassembler vos organismes sœurs, vos membres et vos clients pour participer à l’atelier. Pour cette première année pilote, le ministère du Patrimoine canadien couvrira un nombre limité des frais professionnels des formatrices et formateurs. Si vous souhaitez organiser un de ces ateliers, veuillez communiquer avec Lucie D’Aoust ldaoust@crhsculturel.ca.

Formateurs/formatrices

Renuka Bauri
Renuka Bauri
Renuka Bauri is the Director of Communications and Advocacy for Canadian Artists Representation / Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC National). She is on the steering committee for the Canadian Arts Coalition where she serves as the Vice-Chair, and is an active member of the SAW Video Board of Directors. She completed her B.A. (Honours) in Film Studies and English Literature and her M.A. in Film Studies at Carleton University. Renuka has worked with various film festivals in the Ottawa area as a jury member, programmer and front of house manager, and has previously served on the board of the Media Arts Network of Ontario. She has worked for various local and national non-profit artistic and cultural organizations, including the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and Copyright Visual Arts. In 2017, Renuka completed a certificate program in Management for Women and also holds a certificate in Canadian Copyright Law Management.
Denis J. Bertrand
Denis Bertrand

Au cours de sa carrière qui s’étend sur près de 40 ans, Denis J. Bertrand a travaillé d’abord dans le domaine du journalisme, puis occupé des fonctions supérieures en communications et en gestion à la défunte Assemblée des centres culturels de l’Ontario, à l’Office des affaires francophones du gouvernement de l’Ontario, à TFO, à La Cité collégiale (Ottawa), à la Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada et à Théâtre Action. Il a été le premier coordonnateur du projet national Les arts et l’apprentissage : un appel à l’action, lancé par le Conseil des arts du Canada, la Commission canadienne pour l’UNESCO et la Conférence canadienne des arts.
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Denis s’intéresse au développement de publics (marketing) pour les arts depuis quinze ans. Il a élaboré une approche pratico-pratique en la matière qu’il présente lors d’ateliers et de conférences. Il l’adapte pour répondre aux attentes particulières de ses quelque 70 clients actifs dans les domaines des arts de la scène, de l’édition et des arts visuels. Chercheur infatigable, il partage ses découvertes sur son blogue.

Denis a produit des planifications stratégiques et des plans de communication pour une variété de clients. Il travaille à la production d’un documentaire grâce au soutien du Conseil des arts de l’Ontario. Il est un ancien chargé de cours au programme d’Études journalistiques de l’Université de Sudbury et au programme de Théâtre de l’Université Laurentienne. Denis est membre des Consultants canadiens en arts et un formateur agréé par la Commission des partenaires du marché du travail du Québec aux fins de l’application de la Loi favorisant le développement et la reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d’œuvre.

Il est aussi un mentor auprès de Business for the Arts (artsVest) en fonctionnement de conseils d’administration d’organismes artistiques et au programme Talent de leader du Conseil des ressources humaines du secteur culturel. Il a été sélectionné récemment comme mentor auprès du programme de Mentorat culturel pour les gestionnaires de la Chaire de gestion des arts Carmelle et Rémi-Marcoux des HEC Montréal. Il est le coordonnateur général à temps partiel de l’Alliance culturelle de l’Ontario.

Terri Brennan
Terri Brennan

Dr. Terri-Lynn Brennan is the founder and CEO of Inclusive Voices, Inc. She is of Onkwehonwe and British descent and her family originates from Six Nations of the Grand River and Brantford, Ontario. Terri is currently a much sought after inter-cultural planner and community interlocutor across Canada with a foundation in sociology, education, archaeology, public policy and government relations. Her professional and personal journey of the last 30 years has been one focused in social justice and self-determinization for racialized, oppressed communities and individuals in the South Pacific, the UK, Europe, Egypt, Nepal, and across North America. Read more

Terri’s clients include the Town of Canmore, Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA), Supporting Performing Arts in Rural & Remote Communities (SPARC), The Arquives (previously Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archive), Ontario Presents, Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), Burlington Centre for the Performing Arts, City of Kingston, City of Edmonton, Joseph Kosuth/City of Toronto, Assembly of First Nations, Canadian Geographic, Apple Canada, Manitoba Arts Network, Circadia Indigena, the City of Ottawa, and the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery/Regional Waterloo Cultural Services. She currently lives on Wolfe Island, Ontario with her partner ornithologist Mark Read and their Portuguese water dog Higgs Boson.

Jenn Deon
Jenn Deon

Jenn Deon is an artist, entrepreneur, feminist and activist. She has worked as an independent professional theatre practitioner for over 20 years and also operates as an accredited business communicator (ABC) with her company Jenn Deon Consulting Inc. She is a founder and current producing artistic director of the PerSIStence Theatre Company, a PACT affiliate member that uses professional theatre to respond to the persistent and universal need for promoting, understanding and embracing the core beliefs of feminism. Previously Jenn was the artistic director the Shakespeare By The Sea Festival – St. John’s from 1995-2015. She is committed to the expansion of respectful workspace practices in all environments and is very pleased to be a trainer for CHRC’s workshops on Maintaining Respectful Workplaces. Learn more at jenndeon.ca.

Tanya Derksen
Tanya Derksen

Tanya Derksen, B.Mus., MBA, is the Executive Director of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) and has almost twenty years of experience in the music industry as a performer, teacher, board member, and arts administration leader. Since joining the RSO, Tanya has led the organization to increased growth in subscription revenue and sponsorships, transformed the customer service and marketing approach, established new education programs, and developed a visionary five-year strategic plan for the organization. In early 2018, and in response to industry harassment allegations, Tanya led the RSO through an Education and Awareness Campaign on Respectful Workplaces with all musicians, staff and board members resulting in clearer communication procedures, stronger understanding of roles and responsibilities in this area, and a grateful employee and volunteer base.Tanya is a passionate and active arts leader with experience on various boards in the arts and business community. She has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Manitoba and a Bachelor of Music (piano) from Brandon University.

Farah Fancy
Farah Fancy

Farah Fancy co-founded Le Groupe Herencias. She is an artist, artist doula, manager, producer, community worker and consultant who, for over 25 years, has been using the arts as a mechanism to teach about equality, rights, personal histories, self actualization and community bridging through ethnographic creations and projects. She is rooted in working with cross-cultural populations to engage in arts practices with a diversity of communities across class, ethnicity, ability, gender, and generation to overcome emotional and cultural barriers. As a consultant, Farah also works with organizations and institutions to show how art can be a tool to resolve structural problems within organizations, foster economic development, and facilitate cultural understanding.

Amanda Hancox
Amanda Hancox

Amanda Hancox is a graduate of the Arts Educational School in England. She worked extensively across Canada as a dancer and an actress in theatre, film and television for 30 years. From 2006 – 2019, Amanda was the Executive Director of the Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC), a national, not-for-profit arts service organization with a mandate to help dancers make necessary transitions into, within and from professional performance careers. Throughout her tenure at the DTRC, she contributed her expertise to a number of major international and national conferences and was a member of the Board of the International Organization for the Transition of Professional Dancers (IOTPD). As well as her work as a facilitator for the CHRC’s Maintaining Respectful Workplaces workshops, Amanda acts as a career transition consultant within and outside the arts community. She is Chair of the Dance Committee of the Toronto Arts Council, Secretary of the Board of WorkInCulture, and an Advisory Group member of Generator’s TransformDance project.

Tabitha Keast
Tabitha Keast

As the Human Resources & Finance Specialist with the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT), Tabitha Keast provides consultation and support to PACT members on HR issues, including:

  • Employer compliance and employment standards in relation to Canadian theatre
  • Training in HR policies, practices and administrative systems/processes
  • Direction on the implementation and adherence to the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Best practices in performance management and employee retention
  • Workplace complaints and investigations

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Prior to coming to PACT, Tabitha was a Human Resources professional at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre where her experience in Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, and Labour Relations led to her role as an HR Generalist. And prior to moving into Human Resources, Tabitha was an actor and producer in Toronto and remains connected to the community now as a playwright, most recently with the InspiraTO Festival and the Write From the Hip Program at Nightwood Theatre. It was a long journey back into the industry that she loves and she is delighted that her association with PACT has connected her with the Cultural Human Resources Council as one of several workshop facilitators who will bring the materials from their Respectful Workplaces in the Arts program to cultural organizations across the country.

Lise Labine
Lise Labine

Lise Labine a eu une carrière de 35 ans dans des postes de direction en ressources humaines, notamment au sein de sociétés de la Couronne au niveau fédéral. Au départ, de 1980 à 2000, Lise a occupé des postes de gestion en ressources humaines auprès de la Société Radio-Canada, suivi en l’an 2000, par le rôle de Direction des ressources humaines avec le Conseil des arts du Canada et en 2004 le rôle de Direction des ressources humaines avec le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada. Par la suite, elle a occupé des postes de direction dans le secteur post-secondaire en Ontario notamment avec l’université Carleton et le Collège Boréal.
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Depuis janvier 2017, elle a assumé des mandats d'expertise indépendante et en février 2019 elle s’est associée avec le Groupe Delfi, un groupe d’experts-conseils en ressources humaines. Lise aime traiter avec des groupes variés et notamment de faciliter les relations de travail et la résolution de conflits en utilisant une approche basée sur la négociation raisonnée. Parfaitement bilingue, Lise est diplômée de l'Université d'Ottawa en administration, détient sa désignation CHRL avec HRPA et est également accréditée en Développement organisationnel avec les Laboratoires nationaux de formation et l'École de gestion Telfer.

Genevieve Pineault
Genevieve Pineault

Finissante au Département de théâtre de l’Université d’Ottawa en 1999, Geneviève Pineault œuvre dans le milieu théâtral depuis bientôt vingt-cinq ans. Son cheminement l’a amenée à travailler principalement en régie et en mise en scène avec différentes compagnies théâtrales et télévisuelles en Ontario. Elle a assuré la direction artistique et générale du Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario (TNO) à Sudbury de 2004 à 2017. Sous sa direction, le TNO a reçu le prestigieux Prix de la première ministre de l’Ontario pour l’excellence artistique 2014, accompagné d’une bourse de cinquante mille dollars. En août 2017, Geneviève a été nommée à la direction générale de l’Association des théâtres francophones du Canada (ATFC). Elle assure parallèlement la gestion de la Fondation pour l’avancement du théâtre francophone au Canada (FATFC). Plus récemment, elle assurait la mise en scène du spectacle Les 39 Marches de Patrick Barlow, dans une traduction et adaptation de Josée Labossière, au Théâtre de l’Île de Gatineau.

Jerome Pruneau
Jerome Pruneau

Docteur en anthropologie, directeur général de Diversité artistique Montréal (DAM), professeur à l’université pendant 10 ans, consultant et formateur, chargé de cours à l’UQAM et à l’université de Sherbrooke, auteur de nombreux articles scientifiques et ouvrages, Jérôme Pruneau met ses compétences au service des artistes dits de la diversité en les accompagnant dans le (re)développement de leur carrière professionnelle au Québec. Pour en savoir davantage

Convaincu des enjeux de l’interculturel et de la richesse de la diversité pour toute société, il milite pour changer les regards, ouvrir les esprits, et prône pour l’inclusion et l’équité sous toutes leurs formes. Il travaille étroitement avec de nombreuses organisations (municipalités, entreprises, organismes communautaires, etc.) pour les accompagner dans leur transition vers une meilleure prise en compte du facteur « diversité ethnoculturelle » au sein de leur organisation. Son objectif principal est de sensibiliser, épauler et outiller tous ceux qui aspirent à inclure la diversité dans leurs valeurs, leurs actions et leur positionnement stratégique.

Il est l’auteur de l’essai Il est temps de dire les choses paru en octobre 2015.

Sylvie Rochette
Sylvie Rochette

Sylvie Rochette - Le milieu culturel et la démarche artistique sont depuis toujours au centre de ses intérêts et activités professionnelles en tant qu’artiste en arts visuels, chargée de projet, consultante et formatrice en développement de carrière artistique auprès d’individus et organismes.  Ces différents rôles la dispose à être très sensible aux préoccupations de l’artiste et travailleur culturel des différentes disciplines et c’est pourquoi, elle a acceptée de se joindre à l’équipe des formateurs francophones du CRHSC pour dispenser les ateliers sur le Maintien du respect en milieu de travail.

Charles Smith
Charles Smith

Charles C. Smith is a poet, playwright and essayist who has written and edited fourteen books. He studied poetry and drama with William Packard at New York University and Herbert Berghof Studios, drama at the Frank Silvera’s Writers’ Workshop in Harlem. He won second prize for his play Last Days for the Desperate from Black Theatre Canada, edited three collections of poetry (including the works of Dionne Brand, Marlene Nourbese Phillips, Claire Harris, Cyril Dabydeen, Lillian Allen, George Elliot Clarke), published four books of poetry and his poetry has appeared in numerous journals and magazines, including Poetry Canada Review, the Quille and Quire, Descant, Dandelion, Fiddlehead and others. Charles was the founder of the Black Perspectives Cultural Program in Regent Park and has received writing grants from the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council. Read more

Charles is the Executive Director of Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario and Artistic Director of the wind in the leaves collective, an interdisciplinary performance group combining his poetry with music, dance and visual arts which he founded in 2009. He lectures at the Humber College post-graduate program in arts administration. His new book of poetry travelogue of the bereaved was released in October 2014 along with his book of non-fiction The Dirty War: The Making of the Myth of Black Dangerousness. His chap book whispers was released in August 2014.he has published articles with Stanford Law and Policy, University of Toronto Press, Alberta Law Review, Captus Press and his writings on racial profiling and Black lives in Canada have been published by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. His research has been commissioned by several institutions including the Canada Council for the Arts. His most recent book of poems, destination out, was released in May 2018 by Tightrope Press.

Victoria Steele
Victoria Steele

Victoria Steele is a bilingual arts and non-profit management consultant who has 35 years’ experience managing Canadian arts organizations in presenting, producing, community engagement and advocacy. She has acted at both the local and national levels. Ms. Steele works collaboratively with clients, teams, artists and stakeholders to research and develop strategies and to realize innovative projects. She is passionate about the power of the arts to connect Canadians and has worked with artists from independent, indigenous, culturally diverse and francophone communities. Ms. Steele teaches part-time in the Master’s in Arts Leadership program at Queen’s University and in the Theatre Department at the University of Ottawa. She is an experienced facilitator and workshop leader, a member of Arts Consultants Canada and the Canadian Association of Management Consultants. Read more

Her management experience includes 19 years as Managing Director, English Theatre at the National Arts Centre and over four years as Executive Director of Arts Network Ottawa where she also served as Chair of the Ottawa Cultural Alliance. Prior to joining the National Arts Centre, she held general management positions with theatre companies in Toronto, London (Ontario) and Muskoka. Ms. Steele’s contributions included service on the Boards of Canadian Arts Presenters (CAPACOA), the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, the Association of Cultural Executives, Théâtre la Catapulte, PAL Ottawa, the Cultural Human Resources Council as well as the Federal Cultural Trade Advisory Board.

Stephanie Strugar
Stephanie Strugar

Stephanie Strugar is the founder of Difinity Dance Studio and Productions a commercial performance arts education company founded in 2008 as an independent artist collective for indie artists. In addition she recently founded DIFIE Dance, a not-for-profit dedicated to breaking performer stereotypes in performance arts through project initiatives that increase accessibility. As a visual artist and owner of ArtWithSas she provides contemporary fine arts education and entertainment to the public. Not only is she a choreographer, she is also a model, actress, R&B singer, song writer, costume designer, certified body painter, and artisan. Read more

Through these initiatives, Stephanie has provided ground breaking visual and performance arts education to vulnerable groups including at-risk youth, seniors, children and adults with disabilities, and newcomers to Canada. Her most recent project "Def.Up", Manitoba's 1st all deaf dancers dance crew made national news. Her unique experience as a performer and visual artist with a disability has motivated her to improve accessibility of performance arts education to emerging artists. Stephanie's post secondary education includes management in human resources, not-for-profits, and small businesses, advertising, early childhood education and disability studies.

Stephanie has toured across Manitoba as a professional clown, mascot, celebrity impersonator, body artist, karaoke host, emcee entertaining corporate and family audiences. As a recognized RAW.org artist Stephanie has mentored emerging performance artists through her dance crews classes and showcases. Through Difinity Dance she also provides performance arts educator mentor ship through in-house training of her trademarked program curriculum's. All of the mentorship programs she provides aim to provide emerging artists and educators with industry knowledge so they can maintain a respectful arts workplace. Difinity Dance offers customized therapeutic and recreational performance arts education services through collaborations with arts and cultural organisations.

Natasha Tony
Natasha Tony

Natasha Tony is a trained mediator and experienced labour relations specialist who has advanced the discussion on how to build inclusive organizations. Bringing a keen sense of fairness and sensitivity to intersectionality, she goes beyond diversity programming and sets up organizations for true inclusion of and respect for all members. A graduate of the Labour Relations certificate program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Natasha has rounded out her education through mediation, negotiation and coaching programs offered by the Justice Institute of British Columbia. Natasha’s former career as an extras casting director piqued her interest in diversity. Subsequently, she held a labour relations role for almost a decade with IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees), a union representing members of the film, television, and entertainment arts. Read more

She is Principal and CEO of Elevate Inclusion Strategies, a consulting company which focuses on issues management and systemic conflict resolution. To this end, Elevate develops and implements diversity initiatives and respectful workplace programs for client organizations. Elevate delivers services to its clients in two main categories: Issues Management and Culture Shift. Specializing in workplace restoration, Elevate conducts investigations, particularly pertaining to bullying, discrimination, and sexual harassment. For its client organizations Elevate also tailors workshops and master classes geared towards leaders, trainers, and staff on themes relating to respectful workplaces and building inclusive organizations. A much sought-after speaker and author in the post-“Me Too” public sphere, she is a thought-leader on themes of activism, equity and inclusion; she is often invited to provide interpretative commentary on current events.