3D Vision: The Budding Leaders of 2025 - keynote October 18 2011

Julie Carignan will present this conference as part of the CRHA convention, to be held on October 17 and 18, 2011, at the Quebec City Convention Center. SPB’s team will be present at Kiosk 314.

tags : CRHA, engagement, generation, High-Potentials, Keynote, Leadership, Succession, Talent

 

3D Vision: The Budding Leaders of 2025

They’re being educated in our schools and in our homes. Some are working in entry level positions and as interns. But just who are these future leaders? Let’s travel in time to explore three dimensions of their budding leadership:
 
1)    What profile characterizes the leaders of 2025?
2)    What top issues will they face?
3)    What strategies can best develop their potential? 
 
This original, interactive conference showcases three “virtual” executives representing the many facets of the leaders of 2025: a woman entrepreneur in her 20s; the IT and Knowledge Director of a major transport company who is a worthy succession candidate in his organization; and the VP of Human Resources of a leading bank, in charge of Talent Development.
Julie Carignan will present this conference as part of the CRHA convention, to be held on October 17 and 18, 2011, at the Quebec City Convention Center. SPB’s team will be present at Kiosk 314. We look forward to meeting you!
 
About the speaker
Organizational Psychologist and Senior Partner Julie Carignan has fuelled SPB Organizational Psychology’s innovative spirit through her vision, determination and know-how since joining the firm in 1995. “Boundless Performance”, the conference she presented at the 2010 Congrès mondial des ressources humaines, inspired the In‑VESTA principle, a new model for healthy and sustainable performance that transcends SPB’s culture.  Her energetic approach, passion, pragmatism and focus on tangible results have made her a popular expert contributor in the media. Ms. Carignan holds a specialized bachelor’s degree in psychology, two master’s degrees in industrial and organizational psychology, and has completed her course requirements for a Ph.D. in this field.  

 


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