Executive Dinner & Discussion: Fresh Tips for Leading a Millennial Workplace - Eastern Ontario

1 CPD Hour

Date and Time

Starts:11/15/2017 4:30 PM

Ends:11/15/2017 8:00 PM

Event Type

Executive Programs

Location

Westin Ottawa

11 Colonel By Drive

Ottawa, ON

Price

HRPA Members:
$135 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$160 + Taxes

Availability

Additional Information

Registration Deadline:
November 13, 2017

Event Sponsor


Matthew Corrin is building a billion dollar business – primarily by and for millennials – in a fiercely competitive industry. And he and his team are succeeding. Still in his early 30s, Corrin is the oldest member of his management team and became the youngest CEO star of Undercover Boss. His Freshii brand has grown faster than Starbucks, McDonald’s and Subway did in their first years. How does he do it? Hear Matthew share what he’s learned from the millennial generation who are moving away from traditional white collar careers towards intra- & entre-preneurship, how he is ‘maniacal about learning from failure,’ and how he leverages the trends relevant to a new generation focused on quick innovation, customization, and choice. Corrin recognizes the value of his young franchisees and invests in their success. Where once his business was modeled on Brand first, Customer second and Employee third, his most successful model now places his millennial franchisee Owners and Employees first.


Join us for an intimate executive dinner with Matthew and Freshii Chief People Officer Ashley Dalziel. You’ll have the chance to hear them share what they've learned from the millennial generation – and then they’ll open the floor to you! Now’s your chance for a small-group Q&A with a leading Canadian CEO – registration is limited, sign up today!


For more information, please contact Inna Tuka at ituka@hrpa.ca


Draw: Everybody who purchased a ticket to Regional Executive Dinner on November 15th, 2017 will be entered into a draw for a chance to win a roundtrip airfare and two night accommodations in either San Francisco, San Diego, Orlando or Las Vegas!


In order to foster high-level discourse among a community of peers, Executive Events are by accepted registration only. The events are open to those at the VP level or equivalent and above, at medium to large organizations. CEOs welcome. Please submit registration requests toituka@hrpa.ca

Registration: 4:30PM;
Dinner: 5:00PM;
Presentation: 6:00PM;
Cocktail: 7:00PM



Sponsorship Opportunities


Speaker bio(s)

Speaker Matthew Corrin

Matthew Corrin, Founder & CEO of Freshii

Still in his early 30s, Corrin is the oldest member of his management team and became the youngest CEO star of Undercover Boss. His Freshii brand has grown faster than Starbucks, McDonald’s and Subway did in their first years. How does he do it? Hear Matthew share what he’s learned from the millennial generation who are moving away from traditional white collar careers towards intra & entre-preneurship, how he is ‘maniacal about learning from failure,’ and how he leverages the trends relevant to a new generation focused on quick innovation, customization, and choice. Corrin recognizes the value of his young franchisees and invests in their success. Where once his business was modeled on Brand first, Customer second and Employee third, his most successful model now places his millennial franchisee Owners and Employees first.


Co-Speaker Ashley Dalziel

Ashley Dalziel, Chief People Officer at Freshii

Ashley Dalziel is the Chief People Officer at Freshii. Before joining Freshii in February 2016, Ashley spent nearly a decade at lululemon athletica, building their global recruitment strategy and promoting employee growth and engagement. With a strong background in recruitment, employment branding, training, talent management and leadership development, Ashley understands how to strategically build leadership capabilities and invest in people, as this is what brings experiences to life in Freshii stores. People Culture is a critical pillar of Freshii’s success, and in 2016 they were awarded Best Workplace Culture, at the Canadian HR Awards. Freshii’s commitment to people and it’s distinct culture will continue to power the growth of the company - allowing the brand to achieve its mission of helping citizens of the world live better by making healthy food convenient and affordable.



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