Events: Upcoming Event Listings

  

The following is a listing of upcoming events for the SCNETWORK.

Select an event you would like to view by clicking on the event title. Once the event description has expanded, you can click the "register on-line" link to start the on-line registration process.

If you have already registered for the event, and no payment has been received for the registration, you may cancel your registration on-line by clicking the link "cancel my registration" located below the event listing.

Earn 1.5 Professional Development Credits/Units towards CHRP accreditation at our events held in Alberta

 

THE BEST TEAM WINS: THE NEW SCIENCE OF HIGH PERFORMANCE
March 13, 2018
Toronto
DATE:March 13, 2018
TIME:7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
MEMBERSHIP AREA: Toronto
VENUE: The Albany Club or webcast to your home/office
DESCRIPTION:

Called the “Apostle of Appreciation” by Canada’s Globe and Mail, Chester Elton is co-author of bestselling leadership books, All In, What Motivates Me, The Carrot Principle and The Best Team Wins.

To learn how the best organizations create a culture of high performance and winning for employees and customers, hear Chester reveal:

  • The findings of a 850,000-person research study, outlining the most effective ways today’s leaders manage their teams.
  • Practical ways to address the real challenges today’s team managers are facing, such as the rise of Millennials, an increasing speed of change, a growing number of global and virtual teams, and friction created by working cross-functionally.
  • Ways to promote healthy discord and spark innovation on a team; and techniques to unify customer focus and build bridges across functions, cultures, and distance.

In this special video made f... 
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THE AGE OF SKILLS DISRUPTION AND TRANSFORMATION: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOU AND YOUR ORGANIZATION?
March 15, 2018
Calgary
DATE:March 15, 2018
TIME:7:00 AM to 9:30 AM
MEMBERSHIP AREA: Calgary
VENUE: SAIT - MacDonald Hall (located in the Heritage Hall building)
DESCRIPTION:

By the end of the next decade, intelligent machines and systems will enter the workforce at an unprecedented rate. Research organizations estimate that over the next two decades, between 30% and up to 60% of current jobs will be partially or fully automated. Artificially intelligence will be responsible for everyday business transactions and decisions. Human-like robots will be answering all our questions using natural language, while autonomous vehicles will be driving themselves around the world and redefining industries beyond transportation.

Welcome to the age of artificial intelligence and digital employees. The expertise and competencies that made you and your company successful, and relevant in the 20th century might not be required ... 
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