OREA Town Hall with Tania Artenosi & Tim Hudak
An update on the ways that OREA continues to support Members and Member Boards in their everyday business, delivered by OREA President Tania Artenosi and CEO Tim Hudak.
Session 1: Navigating Governance in a Challenging World
With Jeff De Cagna
We must strive to think beyond the fear of the unknown, understand and anticipate the future, and act with greater confidence to capitalize on the enormous opportunities around us. In this compelling talk, participants will begin building a deeper understanding of six habits of mind they can adopt to navigate the growing uncertainty, volatility, and risk of an irrevocably altered world.
Session 2: Ontario Member Boards’ Changing Landscape; a panel discussion
With Anna Naud
There is no doubt Ontario Member Boards are going through historical changes that are affecting membership and real estate associations across the province. As the landscape changes in various ways, hear from the panel on their successes, challenges and lessons they’ve learned. You’ll have an opportunity to gain knowledge from them and ask questions on their journey.
Session 3: Knowing Your Place Makes all the Difference
With Erin Roberts
Find out how to manage your risk and your role as a director in this master class. You’ll expand your knowledge and learn from your peers with real life case studies.
Session 4: Competition Overview for Real Estate Associations
With Paul Feuer
Once again, Paul will provide you with updates and new things within the last year and what is on the horizon at the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
Session 5: The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO): A Closer Look
with Michael Beard
An informative session understanding RECO’s roles and decision-making processes.
Session 6: Navigating Future of Work with Resilience & Creativity
with Hamza Khan
The McKinsey Global Institute’s report, “Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: Workforce Transitions in a Time of Automation,” predicts that the world of work will be radically transformed by 2030. Working alongside tireless technology, the demand for more “human” skills—social and emotional skills, as well as other higher-level cognitive skills—particularly critical thinking, creativity, and complex information processing—will dramatically increase. All the while, levels of chronic stress will continue to rise, resulting in an even more massive epidemic of occupational burnout than the World Health Organization has identified today.