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Keynote Speakers, Business Speakers and Motivational Speakers for your next event. Use search filters here to narrow down to the perfect keynote speaker, then save that speaker to “My Shortlist”.
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Dwayne Nittel has extensive experience in both the educational and corporate world as a team builder and leader. His commitment is to help find, build, develop and capitalize on the strengths that exist with each individual in the organization and in so doing enhance their capacity to perform as a valuable team member.
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A geo-economist and long term thinking advocate, Eric Noël helps leaders better anticipate and better prepare for tomorrow’s global markets and politico-economic, demographic and technological changes. Eric Noel launched his first information company at the age of 18 and began his career in journalism, finance, and international business publishing, with assignments in China and Europe, including with The Economist Intelligence Unit.
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Simon O'Byrne is an award winning urban designer/planner and is Senior Vice President of Stantec's 2,000 person Community Development Business Line. As a planning expert, he is frequently quoted in the media and is a sought after global public speaker.
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A brilliant and charismatic keynote speaker, ground-breaking business man, Canadian philanthropist leader and author, Frank O’Dea, founder of the Second Cup, inspires and motivates audiences from all walks of life. Frank O’Dea’s story of triumph over adversity in business and in his personal life inspires audiences around the world.
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Dr. Larry Ohlhauser is a formidable man.
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Natalie Doyle Oldfield is a Tedx speaker and a 3x awarded of the world’s Top Thought Leaders in Trust by Trust Across America. Natalie joins other recipients of this award including: Sir Richard Branson, CEO Virgin Group, Howard Schultz, Chairman, former CEO of Starbucks, Richard Edelman, CEO of Edelman, internationally renowned authors Tom Peters, Stephen M.
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Amy Oliver is the founder and President of Amy Oliver + Co, offering dynamic and trusted advisory services and executive coaching to drive high performance and impactful change to practitioners, leaders, and organizations within healthcare, social services, and academia. She specializes in assisting practitioners, health organizations, and leadership teams in the areas of strategy development, project planning, operations, leadership and engagement, and diversity and inclusion.
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Kwame Osei was born in Ghana West Africa. He came to Canada at the age of 4 and resided in Toronto with his parents and sister.
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Patrick Owen, Ph.D.
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Marni Panas is diversity and inclusion professional dedicated to creating safe and welcoming, and inclusive environments especially for the LGBTQ population in large public and private organizations, all levels of government and departments, health care, educational institutions, corrections and law enforcement. Most recently she was a member of the LGBTQ2 Apology Advisory Council which helped draft the apology Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered in the House of Commons on Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017 to LGBTQ people in Canada who for discrimination and injustices faced by this community as a result of federal legislation, policies and programs.
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