November 28, 2017 by Speakers' Spotlight
Spotlight On: New Speakers, Holiday Reading List, and a Popular Blog
Under Michael Burns’ leadership, the Toronto Invictus Games were completely sold out, and viewed by more than 40 million people around the world, continuing to enhance our understanding and support of the ongoing challenges veterans face. In his engaging, evocative talks, Burns shares his innovative approach to leadership, branding, and community building.
Today’s leaders and teams contend with a whirlwind of distractions, data, and deadlines. Neen Jamesshares practical solutions to help everyone better manage their time, leading organizations to see increased profitability, accelerated engagement, and improved customer satisfaction.
Peter Katz is a JUNO Award and two-time Canadian Folk Music Award-nominated singer-songwriter with five albums to his name. A gifted storyteller, Peter’s presentations are infused with songs and inspire audiences to create their own path, overcome obstacles, and find success in whatever they desire.
A financial markets and disruptive technologies expert, Amber Kanwar is the former host and co-host of BNN’s Business Day AM, and The Disruptors, respectively. A natural with an audience, Amber is equally at home as an event host, interviewer, panel moderator, or keynote speaker.
Phil M. Jones has made it his life’s work to demystify the sales process, reframe what it means to “sell”, and help sales teams learn new skills that empower confidence, overcome fears, and instantaneously impact their results.
Leadership and team development expert Tim Arnold helps people master complexity in their professional and personal lives. His new book, The Power of Healthy Tension, shares a simple four-step method to unite teams, spark change, and take you from “surviving” to “thriving”.
“UnMarketing” evangelist Scott Stratten belongs to an elite class of innovators worldwide. In UnBranding: 100 Branding Lessons for the Age of Disruption, he shares his insider’s look at how major industry influencers stay focused on what matters in the fast-paced race to disruption.
Organizational Psychologist and Business Strategist Liane Davey helps build healthy organizations. With issues surrounding workplace harassment making headlines, Davey shares tips to create work environments that are safe and respectful for everyone, in this popular speakers.ca blog post, A Guide on How to Call Out Your Workplace Predator.