Session 1: Communicate and Influence with Impact
With Sean Verhoeven
The topics of social styles and influence strategies will be discussed in depth during this 45-minute session on Communicate and Influence with Impact. It is essential to our progress that we are able to communicate effectively and cultivate solid connections with a wide array of stakeholders. A core skill that all leaders should be able to acquire is the ability to understand when it is important to alter your style in order to be able to better relate to all different types of individuals. During this session, you will have a better understanding of how to communicate with a wide range of individuals.
Session 2: Governance for Directors/Roles & Responsibilities
With Marion Thomson Howell
When crises hit organizations – where was the board? What happens when boards fail to address problems? 21st challenges that boards don’t recognize. The three reasons boards find themselves in trouble. Issues boards should focus on so they stay out of the headlines.
Session 3: Keeping Up with Governance Trends
With Suzanne Ferguson
In this session, we’ll explore governance trends and ways to make a directorship more than just reading materials and attending meetings. Learn how to reinvigorate your board and create long-term success for your organization by using good governance and governance trends to enhance your directors’ experience and keep them engaged throughout their tenure.
Session 4: Walking the Line Between Risk Management and Strategies
With Teresa Budd
Among a board’s important responsibilities is the oversight of risk. Foundational to this, is understanding who the players are with respect to risk governance and risk management. Join Teresa Budd as she explores risk oversight principles and distinguishes between key governance and operational responsibilities within the context of real estate associations.
Session 5: CREA Competition Overview
With Paul Feuer
Once again, Paul will provide you with updates and new things within the last year an what is on the horizon at the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
Session 6: KEYNOTE – Being 2030 Ready!
with Andrew Au
By 2030, half of the work we get paid to do today will by automated by technology, 10% of jobs will be in job categories that don’t exist today, and demand for technological skills will surge by 55%. Are you ready?
Being “2030 ready” means more than just applying automation, robotics, and AI. It involves a shift in leadership and culture — a modern approach to skilling, a cognitive division of labour, and a complete business model evolution. Andrew Au, an authority on digital transformation, provides audiences with a glimpse into this future and the pathways needed to prepare for this new world of work.
Andrew will explore how to use technology and data to deliver better experiences to realtors, home buyers/sellers, and employees and his work on digital transformation projects related to commercial real estate, architecture, engineering, and construction. We will look at different ways of using mixed reality, digital twins, and AI-enabled analytics to drive industry innovation.