2016 Leadership Conference: Building a Culture of Resilience

Join us for a day of collaboration with leadership gurus who will cover topics of personal and organizational resiliency, leaving attendees with tools to build a culture of resilience.

In an era of globalization and technological change, volatility and uncertainty can often surround us. To be an effective leader through change, you must be resilient. Saskatchewan is able to adapt to changing times by maintaining its resiliency through its flexibility, fortitude, innovation, and openness. This culture of resilience allows Saskatchewan to sustain its growth by building its capacity to bounce back in the face of difficult times.

The Leadership Conference series has highlighted such topics as the importance of trust, generational differences, leadership styles, sustainable leadership and the role of conversational to help us articulate and share ideas about leadership.

The 2016 Leadership Conference theme Building a Culture of Resilience will showcase leaders' knowledge and expertise, as well as provide the audience with take-home tools and practices on resilient leadership. In doing so, we hope to create an interactive, workshop style conference allowing all attendees to build their individual and organizational cultures of resilience. The Leadership Conference will promote forward thinking, innovation, flexibility and fortitude toward Edwards School of Business' goal of developing business professionals to build nations.

In 2016, we will have interactive keynote sessions and announce the 2016 Grandey Leadership Honouree at the fourth annual Spring Forward! Grandey Leadership Luncheon.