ABOUT THIS EVENT | JUNE 29TH | 10 AM – 12 PM EDT | REGISTER NOW
The Communities Moving Beyond Crisis Summit will bring together brands and experts with a mutual interest in finding ways to come out the other side of the crisis stronger and better connected.
Join us as we present experts who’ll share their thoughts on how to emerge from the worst of the pandemic with more influence, larger networks and proven ways to remain at the center of one’s communities.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Discover how the pandemic changed how corporate brands connect and engage with customers and employees
- Hear how mindfulness can be used by HR and leaders to address mental health issues, help build mental agility, and better respond to stress and anxiety associated with the lasting effects of the crisis
- Get the panelists’ take on what we’ve learned about ourselves and our businesses since Q1 of 2020
- Understand how your employee-repatriation and hiring efforts can be managed in ways that meet DEI best-practices
- Hear thoughts on the best ways to move forward with workforce planning that retain the best bits of Work-From-Home (WFH) with the ‘necessities’ of bringing large swathes of employees back together
- Get deeper insights into the reasons why many leaders are pushing for their employees to return to the office
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Leaders of companies and not for profit organizations
- HR and Recruiters
- Professional Speakers
- Business Coaches
- Anyone interested in growing communities in engaging ways
- Tonya Surman, Founder and CEO at Centre for Social Innovation
- Sherwin Modeste, Executive Director, Pride Toronto
PANEL DISCUSSION – COMMUNICATION IN A POST-CRISIS SOCIETY
Panel Recording – Discussion moderated by Jenny Okonkwo, Founder, Black Female Accountants Network: “Future of Virtual vs Office” with:
- Unstoppable Tracy Schmitt, International Speaker, Best Selling Author, TV & Podcast Host, Decorated Athlete
- Paul McIntyre Royston, CEO, Grand River Hospital Foundation,
- Coko Galore, Artistic & Managing Director at Bad Dog Theatre Company
- Kristi Herold, CEO, JAM and Sport & Social Group