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Spotlight On: January 2017

January 19, 2017 by Speakers' Spotlight

Spotlight On: Canada’s 150th, The Millennial Question, Who’s New, and More!

Happy Birthday, Canada!

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Who better to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday than the iconic Canadians represented by Speakers’ Spotlight? These astonishing, world-renowned individuals are champions of human rights, the environment, mental health, education, active living, and all encourage their fellow Canadians to overcome challenges and reach their dreams.

Back row: Margaret Trudeau, Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Bruce Kirkby, The Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson, Chris Hadfield, Rick Hansen.
Front row: Adam van Koeverden, Gen. Rick Hillier, John Herdman, Lawrence Hill.

 

Simon Sinek answers "The Millennial Question"

Simon Sinek, the renowned leadership expert, TED sensation, and bestselling author of both Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last “broke the internet” with his answer to “The Millennial Question”, which has now been seen by over 100 million people worldwide!

More great speakers who provide insight on Millennials:

More great speakers on Millennials

David Coletto, Expert on Canadian Public Affairs and Millennials; Dave Wilkin, Founder of TenThousandCoffees.com; Giselle Kovary, Generational Expert; Seth Mattison, Trend Spotter | Workforce Strategist.

Who's New?

Dave Wilkin, Chitra Anand and Mike Downie

We’re pleased to have added these terrific new speakers from the worlds of intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship, and social activism: Dave Wilkin, Founder of TenThousandCoffees.com; Chitra Anand, Expert on “Intrapreneurship”; and Mike Downie, Co-Creator, Secret Path.

 

Dr. Danielle Martin on her new book, Better Now

Dr. Danielle Martin is on a mission to improve medicare. A family doctor and hospital vice-president who made headlines at a global inquiry into health care in the USA outlines “Six Big Ideas” to bolster Canada’s health care system in her new book, Better Now.

 

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