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Ninth Conference on the Leader-Engineer

  • Hart House, Music Room, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle Toronto, ON, M5S 3H3 Canada (map)

Workplace Culture in Times of Change

Engineers in the 21st century are encountering increasingly changing workplaces. As the world continues to become more connected, organizations are relying on remote collaboration, global teams, and new workplace technologies to stay ahead. Quite simply, organizations are recognizing the need to adapt their cultures to support their employees.

This conference will explore themes around culture and how it influences the behaviour of people and organizations. Where does culture come from? How does culture affect the ways in which people work? What can individuals do to understand and navigate times of business change and growth? How can individuals leverage culture to create positive influence from any level of their organization?

The Ninth Conference on the Leader-Engineer will enable participants to develop an awareness of the workplace and equip them with the tools to have meaningful interactions with others around culture. Through interactive activities, group learning sessions, and discussion with industry experts, these conversations will extend beyond the conference and into organizations. Participants can look forward to engaging with a diverse group, including: engineers, managers, and human resource professionals; engineering students from leadership programs and courses; and the faculty and staff from ILead and U of T who work on these initiatives. 

 *NOTE: This event is by invitation only. Please register below.

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Note: If you are having trouble submitting the above form to register for the conference, please send an email directly to Milan Maljkovic (milan.maljkovic@utoronto.ca) and we will follow-up to get your information.

Earlier Event: August 20
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