You can Benefit from Accessing Local Leaders from Multiple Sectors as they Share their POST COVID Experience and Advice to Succeed in Today’s Turbulent Business Environment.
Learn about the importance of being purpose-driven.
Reawaken your passion for making a difference.
Explore ways to build resilience in the workplace.
On Saturday May 6 from 8:30 am-1pm at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Port Arthur Rotary will feature over 12 business and not for profit leaders who will discuss ways and means of thriving in a Post Covid business world at Port Arthur Rotary’s first Leadership Forum – Leading with Purpose, Passion and Resilience.
With a focus on learning and growing your expertise, whether For-Profit or NFP, this forum will provide advice, ideas, and strategies as well as offer opportunities to share your own experience. Today’s Managers, CEOs, Executive Directors and Entrepreneurs cannot afford to miss out on a chance to gain insight into better business practices from HR, Media, Social Entrepreneurship and team-based leadership perspectives to mention a few. Shelley Crawford, Port Arthur Rotary organizer, says “Make sure you click though all the info on the website to see the scope of the roundtables and review the speaker bios… what a terrific lineup of local leaders!” We thank our venue sponsor Thunder Bay Art Gallery for their support.
Tickets are $30.00 (pp)
Refreshments: (Bay Village Coffee) included, Limited Capacity, Book early.
Virtual Welcome – Rotary International President Elect, R. Gordon McInally
Keynote: Purpose, Passion, and Resilience – Lessons Learned on my Leadership Journey
Diane Walker: CEO The Children’s Centre
Panel Presentation – Thriving in the Face of the Pandemic
A panel of successful entrepreneurs share their strategies for thriving, despite the pandemic challenges they faced: Charla Robinson (Chamber of Commerce) facilitates local Leaders: Kari Chiappetta (KC Consulting), Jason Thompson (Superior Strategies and Warrior Engineering Ltd.), Allan Forbes & Gary Mack (Bay Village Coffee).
Rotate through two facilitated sessions addressing stimulating topics that embrace the strategies and best practices facing business and not-for-profit leaders in our community. Whether it is related to creative partnerships, HR recruitment, hiring, motivation, retention, work life balance, demystifying Gen Z, social enterprise, fundraising/development success, media savvy etc., we’ve got your best interests at heart.
Albert Brule (CEO United Way of Thunder Bay), Gail Brescia (Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Foundation of Thunder Bay), Paula Haapanen (Senior Director of Innovation Cooperation Council of Ontario), Amy Kembel (The Kembel Group), Stephen Margarit (Foundation Coordinator George Jeffrey Children’s Foundation), Michael Nitz (District VP-TD), Warren Philp (Waterfront Trail Rotary Community Action Team), Zoya Rehman (Rotary Youth Leadership alumna).
For more information visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/leading-with-purpose-passion-resilience-tickets-580920287217
CONTACT INFO: Shelley Crawford, President Elect, Port Arthur Rotary