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The Talent Revolution: 3 Mega Trends Fueling a New Focus on People in 2016

  • 02 Mar 2016
  • 5:15 PM - 8:45 PM
  • Ontario Heritage Building, 10 Adelaide St. E. Birkbeck Room

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Date: Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
Fee: Guests $75 (CAD) Early Bird by Oct. 7, $85 thereafter (CAD)
Location: Ontario Heritage Building, 10 Adelaide St. E., Birkbeck Rm.

Description: Guest Speaker:  Lisa Taylor, Founder and President, Challenge Factory

Today’s workplaces are changing and demands on first and second level managers have never been greater. Shifting workforce demographics, technology, and a freelance economy are challenging traditional talent management wisdom. However, they are also creating new opportunities for organizations who can see the bigger picture. This interactive session will provide an opportunity for us to “zoom out” and examine the larger macro trends impacting organizational design today.  

 Lisa’s Bio:

 Lisa Taylor is a trail blazer intent on challenging outdated career thinking. She understands how demographics are driving strategic changes to today’s workforces and her company – Challenge Factory – tackles every aspect of the issue with real world solutions.

 Lisa identifies the aging workforce as a catalyst for innovation and challenges corporate leaders to initiate talent revolutions within their organizations.

 The talent revolution is Lisa’s second wave of innovation. In the 1990s she led strategic and technical projects when early-adopting institutions moved their back-end processes onto the nascent Internet. Today, she offers a dynamic perspective on how demographics and talent patterns offer organizations a similar opportunity to transform outdated business models and gain strategic advantage.

 With an MBA in Strategic Management and Public Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, Lisa was a senior consultant with Deloitte and held Practice Lead, National Managing Principal and Global Team roles with Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. In 2014, Lisa was recognized by the Urban Land Institute as one of Canada's Top 100 Women for her work in the areas of leadership, employment and city building. Lisa is an instructor at the Schulich Executive Education Centre in Toronto.

 Lisa is a sought after expert, speaker and columnist—the go-to resource for helping companies recognize and adapt to changing career timelines and demographic composition. Her clients and audiences rely on her invaluable insights and real world know-how. Indeed, Lisa’s expertise is widely recognized and regularly cited in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Sun Media, CBC, Zoomers Media, Rogers and other North American media sources.

Contact Lisa at lisa@challengefactory.ca or on twitter: @changepaths


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