Events for June 16, 2022 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry

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H2O Conference 2022

Halifax Convention Centre 1650 Argyle St, Halifax

The Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia in partnership with the Government of Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia and the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship is pleased to present the H2O: Home to Overseas Conference on Monday, June 13 to Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the Halifax Convention Centre. The Home to Overseas Conference, is rapidly becoming Canada’s premier event for the ocean technology sector and is attracting significant international participation—there were 25 countries, represented in 2021. H2O Sessions will showcase: Canadian Federal Government Outlook Presentations Applications in Big Data Blue Economy Ocean Energy Skills and Training Ships of Opportunity International Partnerships Start-up Pitches

Gardiner Centre Member Webinar – Employee Retention

Online

Our next Member Webinar is presented to you by the Gardiner Centre – Employee Retention In the dynamic labour market, retaining employees is critical to the stability and growth of organizations and businesses. Losing key employees costs employers in many ways including recruitment and lost productivity. An employee retention strategy is an intentional process that encourages employees to remain with their employer. There are many interdependent elements to an employee retention strategy. This session will focus on: The importance of employee engagement on retention The key elements of a strategy that contribute to employee retention The impact the global pandemic has had on employee retention Considerations for improving your employee retention strategy as we emerge from the pandemic Meet the Speaker: Lynn Best Lynn Best is a skilled, experienced facilitator who is passionate about supporting the achievement of organizational goals and employee development. Lynn holds a Master’s Degree in Adult Education, two undergraduate degrees in Arts and Post-Secondary Education, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching. Lynn also holds a number of certifications including Myers Briggs Personality Indicator, True Colors™, and Coaching Out of the Box™. Lynn’s talent is creating trusting, collaborative partnerships and learning environments directed at achieving results […]

Supplier Diversity in Atlantic Canada

Online

We are witnessing unprecedented disruptions in supply chains around the globe and Canada is not an exception. Almost all sectors are diligently focusing on innovation, security, nearshoring and yes, even diversity and inclusion, creating new opportunities for women-owned businesses to grow and succeed. To be clear: they need YOU and your innovative solutions now more than ever before! This is why WBE Canada is partnering with the Centre for Women in Business to host a virtual webinar focusing on supplier diversity in Atlantic Canada and how women-owned businesses can navigate through these procurement opportunities and help shape companies in the post-pandemic economy. Join us to learn… Why supplier diversity is an important strategy for Canada’s economic recovery How to turn what you already know, love and do into profits How buying organizations can become more innovative by improving diversity and inclusion in their supply chains What’s next for Canada’s supply chains Your questions answered Date: June 16, 2022 Time: 2:00 – 3:30 pm AT | 1:00 – 2:30 pm ET Format: online – Zoom Claim your FREE seat and be part of the growing success of supplier diversity! REGISTER HERE! For more information: https://wbecanada.ca/event/supplier-diversity-in-atlantic-canada/ Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_L2nBmTZaSdewegog9DA8Uw

Supplier Diversity in Atlantic Canada | Diversité des fournisseurs au Canada atlantique

Online

Disclaimer: This event will be in English We are witnessing unprecedented disruptions in supply chains around the globe and Canada is not an exception. Almost all sectors are diligently focusing on innovation, security, nearshoring and yes, even diversity and inclusion, creating new opportunities for women-owned businesses to grow and succeed. To be clear: they need YOU and your innovative solutions now more than ever before! This is why WBE Canada is partnering with the Centre for Women in Business to host a virtual webinar focusing on supplier diversity in Atlantic Canada and how women-owned businesses can navigate through these procurement opportunities and help shape companies in the post-pandemic economy. This webinar will benefit… Women-owned businesses selling or wanting to sell to large corporations and governments Corporations and governments eager to discover how to include more women-owned businesses in their supply chains Champions and supporters of women-owned businesses What you will learn… Why supplier diversity is an important strategy for Canada’s economic recovery How to turn what you already know, love and do into profits How buying organizations can become more innovative by improving diversity and inclusion in their supply chains What’s next for Canada’s supply chains

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS: Hope Blooms

2346 Brunswick Street 2346 Brunswick Street, Halifax

We engage youth in the high needs community of North End Halifax to become change agents. They create innovative environments for long term impact in food security, education, social inclusion and disrupting the cycle of poverty. Hope Blooms initiatives are inclusive and diverse. Working together, the community builds urban organic food systems for everyone’s benefit. Programs are based on experiential learning. This social entrepreneurship creates an impact that is inspiring and supportive. More importantly, it mobilizes positive change. IN PERSON EVENT PROTOCOLS: Capacity: Venues will be operating at full capacity. Masks: Masks are encouraged. Physical distancing: Physical distancing is encouraged. Sanitizer Stations: Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the venue, including at registration. All attendees must sanitize at registration before entering.