8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
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George Brown College Campus
51 Dockside Drive (Queen's Quay)
The marketing and communications landscape is ever-evolving, and so are the needs of talent. Learn how forward-thinking organizations empower Millennials and Multi-Generational talent by creating an effective on-boarding and retention strategy. Discover the Millennial hierarchy of needs to create diverse, high-functioning teams and how companies can shift their ways of communicating to be more effective, leading to better results.
Agenda & Speakers
Breakfast & Networking
MANAGING MILLENNIAL DISRUPTION
President, Intercept Group North America
At a time when every company is a tech company, empowering the millennials on your team is mission-critical. Discover the millennial hierarchy of needs to create diverse, high functioning teams.
LEARNING IS THE NEW MONEY
Dr. Mary Donohue
Social Scientist on the Multi-Generational Workplace
Dr. Mary Donohue is a social scientist and educator. It’s her job to know why we speak and act the way we do at work and how we can shift to be even more effective.
Dr. Mary is a cancer survivor who worked with Paul Newman, learned from Robert Kennedy, Jr., made her movie debut with former Toronto mayor David Miller, and was briefly (very briefly) a Supreme with Diana Ross.
Named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women In Tech, and Diversity MBA’s top 50 under 50, Dr. Donohue is a passionate advocate of revolutionizing today’s workforce training through technology and developing internal talent. Her book with Jack Canfield is an Amazon bestseller in both the US and Canada.
She is CEO of Donohue Learning™, and her clients include Walmart, American Airlines, TD Bank, Kaiser Permanente, OLG, and many other private and public organizations.