Bridges To Better Business Annual Conference
Thursday, October 25th, 2018
8:30 am – 3:00 pm
At the Brockville Country Club, 1548 King St W, Brockville ON K6V 5T7
In the Morning-
We all want to be part of a companies that matter, ones that are more than just a place where work gets done, but instead leave a lasting legacy. We call these Kick Ass companies because they know their true purpose, have leaders that people follow because they believe in them, and teams that say ‘yes’ even before they know what their leaders need from them.
Building a Kick Ass company isn’t for the faint of heat. It requires hard work, commitment and dedication – along with the ability to look deep within, be uncomfortable and answer the tough questions.
To build a Kick Ass company, you must achieve three objectives: Find Your Mojo, build Legendary Leaders, and create Hell Yeah teams. Whether you are a leader or an employee, through nurturing and building on core company beliefs, everyone plays a role in the success of the company. Giving teams the tools and knowledge they need to be awesome creates engaged employees who want to ‘give’ to the company.
Join us on October 25, 2018 for this exciting and energizing presentation. Keynote speaker Gary Gzik will walk you through the key components of building a Kick Ass company and the steps needed to unlock the power in yours. You will go home with a new perspective on how to build your company from within!
Gary Gzik is an international presenter, corporate trainer, transformational change agent, consultant, and all-around enthusiastic guy who has been inspiring people and organizations for over 30 years. He is the author of two books: The Orange Popsicle and The Power of RE.
He believes that a business is more than just plans, processes and technology – that it is the people and culture that truly make it great. He is passionate about giving teams and leaders the tools to build strong organizations that are not only profitable, but are raved about by customers and loved by employees. He believes that trust and loyalty are key ingredients to great companies. When you have these, people put in their blood, sweat and tears to make things happen and embrace the company goals as their own.
This philosophy has gained him a solid reputation for producing great results. Over the years, he’s brought these beliefs to thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations, including; RBC, Proctor & Gamble, Linamar, Shell, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, Ferrero, Weston Forest, Ross Video and many more.
He awakens thoughts that motivate people to change the way they look at their lives and the way they do their work.
In the Afternoon –
Entrepreneur of the Year Award – presented to the entrepreneur who displays all of the traits of an entrepreneur and has successfully created and grown a business. VIsion – Integrity – Determination – Versatility are just some of the traits we look for.
Paul D Boivin Memorial Award – presented to a young entrepreneur who is blazing the entrepreneurial trail and honouring the late Paul Boivin, mentor and coach extraordinaire.
Immigrant Entrepreneur Award – presented by St Lawrence Rideau Immigration Partnership to a local immigrant entrepreneur who demonstrates key entrepreneurial qualities such as perseverance, versatility and patience.
Cost for the day $60.00 HST included. Continental Breakfast and Lunch included.
Registration is closed.
For questions please contact Jeanette at 613-342-8772 x4471 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our sponsors –