Conference Theme: Work 2.0: The Future of Work is Now
Thank you for attending the Alberta Global Talent Conference 2022! Hope you had a great learning and networking experience. In case you missed any of the sessions, you can watch the recordings on our YouTube Channel or by clicking on the links below:
Alberta Global Talent Conference 2022: Opening
Welcome from ERIEC and CRIEC’s Executive Directors; Prayer and Blessing from Elder Patrick Daignault; Greetings from Amarjeet Sohi, Mayor of Edmonton; Greetings from Tyler Shandro, Alberta’s Minister of Labour and Immigration
Keynote: Journeys of Hope and Opportunity
Rola Dagher, Global Channel Chief for Dell Technologies and Dany Assaf, Co-Chair at Torys LLP, share their stories of overcoming challenges to rise to amazing roles. Hear their perspectives on how they were able to turn challenges into lessons in strength and resiliency and how their bonds were forged not only through what they have in common, but also what makes them different.
5 Personal Leadership Traits for a Rapidly Changing World
Speaker: Stephen Uwazota, Director, Canadian Commercial Credit, Global Risk Management, CRIEC Mentor, shares his vision on how to become a better leader.
Women Building Resiliency through Diverse Career Paths
Speaker: Shafana Mitha, Principal Akollage Consulting Inc.
The Pandemic has had significant impacts on the career paths of women. For many reasons, whether it is due to changes in your employment, balancing with personal family needs or, a mass exodus of individuals in the workforce, re-evaluation of career paths has been absolutely necessary. This session will help provide some considerations when looking at changing your career path, what you need to do to prepare new future of work, and how you continue to check in with yourself along the way.
Work 2.0: The Future of Work is Now
Speaker: Matt Adolphe, Author, Presenter, Keynote Speaker, Career Success Strategist
Standing out from the crowd in today's world of work is showing how well you can adapt. What do common concepts like teamwork, communication, flexibility, and dependability look like these days? How do we keep up with constant change? How resilient are we? And how important is it for us to build on our portfolio of micro credentials? In short, what do companies want from their employees? Understanding the answers to these questions will help us succeed in our careers. Let's explore what the expectations are for "new normal" workplace. Do we have what it takes to leverage our strengths, learn new approaches, and challenge our own perceptions? Yes, we do!