REGISTER NOW    |    MARCH 26-28, 2014
GLOBE 2014

Many companies are dealing with existing talent gaps and projected labour shortages as baby boomers retire and the economy rebounds. This requires recognizing cultural shifts in values and a ‘next generation’ that is more socially-minded and environmentally conscious. To be successful in attracting and retaining these individuals, companies will need a different approach – one that balances engagement, empowerment, and education around fostering the management and leadership skills necessary to address emerging environmental pressures and solve complex social problems. This session will explore different approaches and perspectives on engaging emerging leaders so that companies can more effectively identify and capitalize on innovative opportunities to keep pace with this new generation of socially-minded consumers and workers.

Speakers Include:

Mike-Gerbis_300x300Mike Gerbis, CEO,
Delphi Group, Canada (M)

Gavin PitchfordGavin Pitchford, Chief Talent Officer,
Delta Management Group, Canada

Doug HietkampDoug Hietkamp, Director of Sustainable Development,
Teknion, Canada

James Gray-DonaldJames Gray-Donald, Vice President, Sustainability,
Bentall Kennedy, Canada

Two of the young professionals listed below, chosen by jury selection, will participate on this panel to provide the ‘next generation’ persepctive:

Rosalynn Dodd, Owner, Leela Eco Spa & Yoga Studioc
Philipp Garber, BSc, Wildfire Fighter, Province of BC
Ngaio Hotte, Resource Economist, University of British Columbia
Aleema Jamal, Inaugural Executive Director, Laurier Project Foundation

Final Four Bios

About the Author