Imagine always knowing just what to do… 

At some point in your career, you’ve probably figured out that HR isn’t really about managing people. It’s about managing risk.

Can you think of a time when HR professionals would have more to consider than we do right now? Inclusive hiring practices, accessibility, social media policies, global pandemics… If you weren’t concerned about facing a scenario that you don’t know how to handle properly, I might be worried.

The truth is that we all get thrown into situations that leave us stumped. Even those of us with letters after our names and 20+ years of experience. I’ve reached a point in my career where I want to have as much fun, professionally, as I can. And there’s not much that I love more than answering questions. This is where I hope we can help each other.

Introducing the resolveHR Mind Trust.

I’m looking for a small group of HR professionals to join a safe space where you’ll have the opportunity to…

  • Ask the questions you don’t want to bring to your employer
  • Benefit from the experiences of others
  • Gain more understanding around risk mitigation
  • Discuss boundaries
  • Learn how to be a good business partner

Why am I doing this? I get to have fun answering tough HR questions and discuss topics that are important to me and others in our industry.

The resolveHR Mind Trust isn’t really training. It’s more like a group coaching program for people like you who are working in HR without a safety net. 

To make sure you’re supported all along the way, you’ll also get access to a private instant messaging channel. This is where you’ll go to get your most pressing questions answered quickly. You might even start to feel like you’re no longer working in a department of one!

Here’s how it works.

The resolveHR Mind Trust is open to HR professionals in Atlantic Canada.

We’ll meet (virtually) for two hours each month for six months. Plus you’ll get some one-on-one time with me for those one-off situations that may be more than the group can handle. Bring it on!


$300 per month for a total investment of $1800 CAD. 

If you have a supportive employer, you could ask to use your PD budget for this program. You can also apply for funding from Workplace Skills Training for it. And if you don’t have a supportive employer, you definitely should join our group!

There are always interesting conversations to be had! We can dig into many topics to think through the pros and cons of your next big HR idea for your workplace. For example, how about a 4-day workweek? Let’s discuss it so that you’re prepared for a surprise meeting with other management on the subject. You’ll be able to grow your depth of understanding in all things HR.

What People Have To Say About Working With Wendy

“Wendy is awesome to work with. She became a trusted HR advisor for Upstreet as we grew our team, helping to train not only management but the whole staff. Her in-depth knowledge of HR guided us as we sought to implement evidence-based policies to create an outstanding workplace and, also, to deal with HR issues that arise. I would highly recommend working with Wendy!”

Mitch Cobb

“Wendy helped me develop skills in leadership through Emotional Intelligence Assessment & Coaching. I was given actionable steps that I could implement immediately to see an improvement in life and business. After working with Wendy I experienced less stress and anxiety, my communication skills were improved, and I felt greater confidence in my decision-making capabilities. She was passionate and committed to following up on my progress which kept me focused and accountable. Wendy’s relaxed and calm demeanor sets you immediately at ease making it fun and easy to absorb the training.”

Jeanette Walker

“Wendy is remarkable for her ability to connect resources and focus on the central aspects of good HR practices. Her quiet demeanor belies her astute eye and determined approach.”

Michelle Dorsey

“Wendy has provided me with exceptional guidance, mentorship and coaching over the past number of years. I have had the privilege of working with her both directly and indirectly through numerous projects, events and committees. She is very detailed, professional, genuine and caring. She goes above and beyond to finish projects and takes great pride in her work.”

Ashlee London