Best New Tactics, Trends and Techniques for Career Professionals
Economic and demographic factors are constantly reshaping Canada’s landscape, including an aging population, rapid changes in technology, and a strong need for skilled trades people in the labor force.
These factors, among many, impact the way career
practitioners/coaches work, calling on them to function in a variety of sectors and capacities simultaneously.
Consequently, career practitioners need to expand their skills, competencies and overall adaptability to ease the challenges associated with "talent turbulence" in the Canadian workplace.
Event: Talent Turbulence
Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
5:30 pm Registration & Networking
Light Buffet and Refreshments Provided
6:15pm - 8:30pm Welcome & Presentation
Event Fee: Members and Students $45
Royal Canadian Yacht Club; 141 St. George Street (North of St. George subway), Toronto
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Note to attendees:
Who is presenting?
This event will earn you 1 Professional Development Credit towards your career certification with the
Institute of Career Certification International (ICCI)
Please save the detailed event information in manner convenient to you for transcribing to your ICCI Application Form
· Jason Reid, The Rechargeable Entrepreneur
Build Resilience in Yourself and Your Clients
· Charles Achampong, Manager, Corporate and Stakeholder Relations at Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council
The Communication Conundrum: Communicating and Managing in a Complex Cross-Cultural Environment
· Marc Belaiche, President, TorontoJobs.ca
Changes in the Recruiting Industry: 2000 to Now
· Sue Zablud, Director, Melbourne Australia, Human Asset Development Group
Helping Your Clients Stand Out from the Crowd
· Mark Venning, Change Rangers & Vice Chair - Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling
Working Longer, A Great Audition
· Rhonda Singer, CMF Senior Associate, Coaching For Action What's my Cultural Intelligence (CQ)?
· Ann Marie Mac Donald, Executive Director, Mood Disorders Association of Ontario
Mental Health First Aid 101 for your Clients
· Mary Giamos, Coordinator, Strategic Projects & Institutional Engagement, University of Toronto Career Centre
Bridging Career Education to the Workplace – the U of T Experience