The Revolution of Work is Here. Are You Prepared?
You Are Invited to a Provocative Panel Discussion moderated by a Trained Disruptor
Are You Prepared for Flexible and Agile Working?
Are Your Teams? Have you implemented an agile work infrastructure and policies or are you considering moving to a flexible and agile work model? If implementing, is it positively impacting your business?
Join colleagues and business leaders to learn from five leading experts from diverse business disciplines discuss their experiences, challenges and the benefits of Flexible and Agile Workforces.
Gain feedback on the problems you’re trying to solve during an Interactive Q&A Session.
The Moderator, a trained Disruptor, will probe for opportunities for innovation and new value creation.
Ching Mac, Sales Director, Citrix Canada
Holding several leadership positions on the Canadian management team at Citrix for 14 years, Ching Mac is now responsible for the overall management of Commercial business across the entire Citrix product portfolio, leading teams focused on field and channel engagement with end customers, who are guided to use technology to re-imagine IT, drive business growth, and create new ways of working.
Robert Lane, Robert H. Lane and Associates
Managing partner of Robert H. Lane and Associates Inc., “Bob” Lane is management consultant to Canadian, American and International organizations, including technology start-ups, public utilities, government agencies and Fortune 100 companies. His experience includes executive roles with NORTEL-NEDCO, GE, Commodore Business Machines and International Paper. In recent years, his focus has been mentoring technology start-ups including Fleet Complete Inc., Entripy, Nulogy and Smart Cities. Bob is a Board Member and Advisor to numerous companies including Symboticware, Signum Wireless, Newport Thompson Inc. and Predictive Success, which delivers Smarter Hiring for Google, Salesforce.com, Bell, HBC, TELUS, Nexen, CP Rail and JD Irving SA.
Bronwyn Ott, Manager, Benefits & Well-being, Unilever
Bronwyn Ott has over 15 years of experience leading benefits and well-being programs in both public and private sector organizations in Canada. In her current role as Manager, Benefits & Well-being at Unilever, Bronwyn is evolving the well-being program – which includes physical, mental, emotional and purposeful well-being – to help employees and leaders build resiliency and thrive in an environment of change and disruption. Through innovative, integrated programs and policies, including remote and flexible work, Bronwyn is successfully creating a culture where employees can bring their best selves to work.
Dr. Laura Hambley, President, Work EvOHlution
An Industrial/Organizational Psychologist based in Calgary, Alberta, Laura is co-founder and President of Work EvOHlution, which creates innovative assessment and developmental supports for mobile/remote employees, leaders and teams. Recent clients include Siemens, Public Service and Procurement Canada and ATB Investor Services. Over the past 15 years Laura has published extensive research on the critical success factors for effectively leading distributed teams and has developed and delivered seminars on distributed teams for organizations, universities and international conferences. Work EvOHlution was recognized as one of the 50 most innovative new organizations in Alberta, profiled in Scientific American magazine, and continues to develop cutting edge tools for public and private organizations of all shapes and sizes.
Gail Green, President, Emergenics Ontario
Gail Green is the Owner and President of Emergenetics Ontario. Emergenetics’ tools and programs maximize human potential, collaboration and productivity, and ensure hiring for the right job fit. Drawing from her 16 years as a Senior Client Partner with FranklinCovey Canada, Gail has consulted with Canadian organizations from coast to coast in the areas of Leadership, Team and Individual Effectiveness, Culture-Building and Execution of Highest Priorities. Emergenetic clients include Microsoft, MolsonCoors, Kit & Ace and Wyndham Worldwide.
Marguerite O’Neal, Marguerite O’Neal Consulting
A former pharmaceutical company executive and business consultant, and graduate of Harvard Business School’s Clayton Christensen, the world’s foremost authority on disruptive innovation, Marguerite guides the changes of mind, brain, and behavior that are necessary to apply different ways of thinking and working for her clients to succeed in their management roles and implement a winning business strategy.
5:00pm – 5:30pm: Registration
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Panel Discussion
6:30pm – 7:00pm: Interactive Q&A
7:00pm – 7:30pm: Networking Reception
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The Revolution of Work Panel
May 23rd, 2018, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Ted Rogers School of Management
Ryerson University, Commons, 7th Floor
55 Dundas Street West, Toronto, M5G 2C3
About Citrix Canada
Our mission is to power a world where people, organizations, and things are securely connected and accessible. A place where all business is digital business. A world where our customers are empowered to make the extraordinary possible. We will accomplish this by building the world’s best integrated technology services for secure delivery of apps and data ⎯ anytime, anywhere. For more information, visit www.citrix.com
About Third Octet Inc.
We design and implement technology solutions as a means to anywhere access for Work Life Balance improving engagement, productivity and profit for our clients.