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ABEL Leadership Summit: BE Creative

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CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION INNOVATION: PART 1

BE Creative

ABEL Leadership Summit Innovation Series: BE Creative, facilitated by the Schulich Executive Education Centre's Innovation Centre, will be held on March 9, 2016 at York University in Toronto.  Plan to attend and bring your team!

Innovation is the lifeblood of every growing and adapting organization. The first in our series of three, this day will concentrate on the personal nature of innovation. During this highly engaging and interactive day, come and learn about innovation; the thinking and the creative preferences that support the process, encourage the practice and enable success.

Highlights from this year's session.

 

Facilitators:

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Lee-Anne McAlear

Program Director, Schulich’s Centre of Excellence in Innovation Management at York University and founder of the Toronto-based innovation house, CURRENT.  Lee-Anne is a leading innovation specialist with over 20 years of innovation, leadership and team experience. A dynamic speaker, lecturer, and thinker, she has worked in over 31 countries with the mandate of translating innovative ideas into bottom-line results.

Lee-Anne PhotoMegan Mitchell

Program Director, Schulich’s Centre of Excellence in Innovation Management at York University, author and founding partner of Mitchell Consulting. Megan is one of Canada’s top innovation practitioners with over 20 years experience in innovation, marketing, sales, HR and leadership. Megan is a former Director of Leadership & Innovation at Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. Her passion is leadership effectiveness to build innovation capacity, drive growth and increase engagement.

 

Testimonials from last year's Leadership Summit:

"The highlight was certainly the ability to collaborate with others from around the province to use this process to tackle common problems of practice we all encounter.

"I was very glad I had a team there, folks who I can continue the conversation and learning with in the future - who can collectively support sharing it in the Board."