Business as Unusual. Making Remote Work “Work” – Innovate Inclusion

Business as Unusual. Making Remote Work “Work”

“Business as usual” does not apply these days, but business still needs to happen. We still have goals to meet, customers to serve and work to get done, even if we’re not in the office.

Staying motivated, establishing healthy habits and productive patterns, keeping virtual teams connected and accountable, leading from a distance, staying on-task when you’re not in-office, even dealing with survivor’s guilt amid layoffs … there’s just a lot to deal with all at once right now. We’re here to help you make sense of the chaos as leaders share their stories about how they’re setting their teams – and themselves – up for success. Your first step? Register for this webinar! It’s free!

AGENDA:

1:00 pm – Welcome and Introductions
1:05 pm – Panel Discussion
1:40 pm – Question & Answer period
1:55 pm – Closing Remarks

Note: Registered guests will be in ‘listen only mode’. Guests will have an opportunity to use the Q&A feature to ask questions at the end of the panel discussion.

PANELISTS:

Veni IozzaVENI IOZZA, MBA, ICD.D
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT, CIBC

Veni Iozzo is Executive Vice-President, Enterprise Real Estate and Workplace Transformation at CIBC. She provides strategic direction and leadership for CIBC’s global workplace experience strategy and is responsible for CIBC’s global real-estate portfolio. With over 30 years in the Financial Services industry, her experience at the senior executive level spans across a variety of disciplines. Veni is a two time-recipient of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women Award. She proudly supports women’s issues, having devoted her time to the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Women’s Foundation. She is a Top 100 mentor for female leaders and a member of the International Women’s Forum.

 

Tevi LeggeTEVI LEGGE
VICE PRESIDENT & HEAD OF CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE, EVERYDAY – ATB FINANCIAL

As one of Lethrbidge’s top 40 under 40, one of Alberta’s 60 She-Innovators, Tevi is a pillar in within the province of Alberta. Through her vulnerable and transparent leadership style, Tevi is a courageous leader at ATB Financial and an ATB President’s league winner which represents the top 1% of achievers in the company. Tevi is an advocate for gender equality, a mom of three boys and wife, with a double degree from the University of Lethbridge.

 

Denise PothierDENISE POTHIER
VICE-PRESIDENT, PRACTICAL SERVICES – STANTEC CONSULTING LTD

A Professional Engineer, Denise Pothier has more than 25 years’ experience in oil and gas, regulatory compliance, quality assurance, process engineering and risk assessment. She is currently employed at Stantec Consulting Ltd and holds the position of Vice-President Practice Services. Denise is well known as a champion of diversity and inclusion, and has served on Stantec’s Diversity and Inclusion Council for the last decade. She has won many awards and accolades including the Progress Club Women of Excellence Award, the 150 Women is STEM by HerVOLUTION, the inaugural Inspiring Fifty Canada, and WXN’s Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100.

 

Tara WilsonTARA WILSON
SVP AND GENERAL MANAGER – INCOME ACCESS (PAYSAFE GROUP)

Accomplished leader of overall excellence with more than 17 years of experience delivering superior results based on emerging business practices within the payments sector and digital marketing space. Experience overseeing large teams of in-house, remote and outsourced employees that range from front-line support staff to senior managers. Dedicated to perfecting processes and procedures to improve efficiencies inside the business, strong product development focus, coupled with client engagement that results in low attrition and high satisfaction. Passionate positive disruptor invested in diversity and inclusion, promoting core values and progressive workplace culture. Proud recipient of Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada 2019, Mercedes-Benz Emerging Leaders Award (Women’s Executive Network / WXN), Women Run Workplace of the Year 2019 (Stevie Awards), Female Executive of the Year 2018 (Stevie Awards) and 2018 Woman of Inspiration Award, SupportHER (Canadian Business Chicks). 2019 finalist for Leader of the Year – Suppliers Award (Women in Gaming).

MODERATOR:

Marian GayedMARIAN GAYED
VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, NORQUEST COLLEGE

Marian Gayed joined NorQuest College in 2016 as Vice President, Business Development. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing, and an MBA from the University of Alberta. Marian brings with her to NorQuest extensive experience in leadership and consulting with various industry sectors such as education, construction, and healthcare.

Prior to joining NorQuest, Marian was Program Director at University of Alberta Executive Education, working with national and international institutions and organizations. She advised and consulted with a large number of organizations and boards in the public, private and non-profit sector on designing and developing professional development opportunities in governance, strategy and leadership.

Marian has chaired a number of advisory and working committees, and is currently sits on a number of boards as Vice-chair and Chair of Governance at E4C, Director Firefly Theatre & Circus and member of Canadian Board Diversity Council. Prior to her tenure at Executive Education, she worked at the Health Organization Studies Centre managing a number of grants for research in the pre-amalgamated healthcare regions. Prior to that, she worked in sales and marketing at Brookfield Residential.

LOCATION:

Webinar via Zoom

To register for our Free Webinar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Fj04hgl0QCi-ptUZCxyM8A

Date

Apr 22 2020

Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost

Free

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Location

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Organizer

Women's Executive Network
Website
https://wxnetwork.com/wxn/about-wxn/

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