Brainstorming your problems – Sponsored by Jeffrey Gregory of Desjardins Financial – Registration Ends Today!!
Brainstorm Your Problems
How to energize employees and co-workers, and look brilliant doing it!
Get the best ideas by systematically brainstorming any problem (including job searches)
Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc.
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Your employees are your boots on the ground. They are often the single best source of ideas for achieving company objectives through enhanced performance.
- Would you like to have the brainstorming tools to get these ideas crystallized AND implemented?
- Imagine your monthly staff meetings, now more productive and brimming with ideas to make you and your department look good.
All can be done in an hour with the brainstorming method that Cam Scholey will present at our April 25, 2017 dinner.
Great problem-solving starts individually, then is solved collectively. This dinner talk will focus on creating practical solutions, for any issues, by clarifying the challenge at hand, generating real solutions for it, and formulating an implementation plan.
Our TFN dinner approach combines learning new information and then immediately applying it in a workshop session. This topic will be a perfect demonstration of this concept. Cam’s talk will provide the tools and then we will actually use those tools to select common Finance problems that you are experiencing to demonstrate this brainstorming technique. If you are in job transition, the brainstorm workshop applied to job searching will be a perfect opportunity to learn the technique AND gain valuable insights and actions for a better job search process.
Cam Scholey, MBA, FCPA, FCMA, has been a speaker, author and innovator for the past two decades, focusing mainly on the strategic concepts of balanced scorecard and strategy mapping. One of his top passions is performance management. Cam also teaches at Royal Military College of Canada.
Cam is an experienced writer and is the author of the book entitled A Practical Guide to the Balanced Scorecard. As a writer for CPA Canada, he has written several management accounting guidelines and guidance documents on strategy mapping and the balanced scorecard and most recently the Certificate Program on Performance Management.
Time: informal networking starts at 6:00PM;
Dinner at 6:30 PM;
Speaker presentation at about 7:15.
Coffee break about 8:15.
Brainstorming technique led by our Expert Facilitator Karin Hoernig and Cam Scholey at tables from 8:30 to 9:30
Cost is $45.00 which is all inclusive for buffet of salad, roasted chicken, veggies, potatoes, pop, taxes, tip,
A vegetarian option is available on request.
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Cash bar for alcohol, beer and juice beverages.
Location: Weston Golf and Country Club, 50 St. Phillips Road. Free parking.
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