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Diversity & LGBTQ2 Solutions
Dr. Kevin Alderson is a dynamic keynote speaker for mental health and LGBTQ2 issues.
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Customer Service Trainer | Customer Loyalty Expert
Elaine Allison, (CSP) is known as a Customer Care Advocate and is an international keynote speaker; trainer, consultant and author of the bestselling book The Velvet Hammer: PowHERful Leadership Lessons for Women Who Don't Golf. With extremely successful results in helping organizations become #1 in Customer Care - Elaine delivers powerful keynotes and learning programs that have an impact on audiences.
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Foresight, Internet of Things and Futurist Expert
Nikolas Badminton is one of Canada's and the World's leading experts and keynote speakers for futures and foresight predictions and trends. He is a master of igniting curiosity in the changing world.
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Bully Free at Work, Leadership, and Communication Expert
Valerie Cade has earned worldwide acclaim as a professional keynote speaker and business consultant. Valerie truly has a gift for inspiring those who work to support and lead others, whether it’s in healthcare, government, the corporate sector, education or not‐for‐profit settings.
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Politics, Government and Influence Expert
Lorne Calvert is an entertaining and humourous presenter. He can address most topics related to economics and the growth of social programs in conjunction with economic growth.
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Stanley Cup Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, Mental Health and Trauma Expert
Canadian's mostly know Theo Fleury for his time on the ice in the NHL and as an Canadian Olympian Athlete. But off the rink, his life once carried the markings of a troubled childhood, abuse and coping with emotional pain through addictive and self-destructive behaviours.
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Diversity & Inclusion | Multicultural Workplace
Gobinder Gill is a #1 Best Selling Author on Amazon – “Achieving Prosperity through Diversity.” He trains companies in the art of Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity to bring greater harmony, productivity and profitability in the workplace.
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Storytelling | First Nations | Aboriginal Performances
Marilyn is a vibrant and powerful speaker addressing major current themes and areas pertinent and relevant to Indigenous people in Canada and elsewhere. Her passion lies within reclamation and revitalization of ceremony, songs, culture and everything foundational to her identity but which was stolen and displaced.
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Public Policy, Mental Health, Trauma and Addictions Expert
Ann Dowsett Johnston is an award-winning journalist and keynote speaker. She is one of Canada's leading experts on public policy related to higher education, alcohol addiction and trauma.
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Ontario Social Change | Human Rights
Award Winning Conservationist, Educator, Naturalist and WildLife Expert
Brian Keating is one of Canada's most in demand keynote speakers. He previously held the position “Head of Conservation Outreach” at the Zoo, which enabled him to raise money and then spend it on environmental projects around the world.
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International Trades, Global Economy, Futurist Expert
Norman Leach presents keynotes, seminars and workshops. The best way to book Norman is to have him present a workshop immediately following a keynote address on the same topic.
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Aboriginal Indigenous and First Nation Expert
In December 1984 Chief Clarence Louie was elected as the Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band, part of the Okanagan Nation in south central British Columbia. Chief Clarence Louie has consistently emphasized economic development as a means to improve his people’s standard of living.
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Building Trust | Ethics Speaker
Dr. Sinclair MacRae, Ph.
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Truth and Reconciliation, Aboriginal and First Nation Expert
Janice Makokis, the youngest of the Makokis family, is an acting lawyer and consultant that is fresh from participating in legal matters relating to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada. Janice has Co-Chaired the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus (NAIPC) at the United Nations on the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
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Indigenous Rights, LGBTQ2, First Nation Health, First Nations Relations Expert
Dr. James Makokis is a proud Cree from the Saddle Lake First Nation in Northern Alberta.
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Aboriginal Expert | First Nation Relations | Aboriginal Health | Truth and Reconciliation
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Leadership, Change, Communications, Team Building and Transformation Expert
What does it take to leave an audience altered through a keynote or workshop presentation? It takes the kind of talk that delivers such a fundamentally penetrating message that you are left compelled to act on what you hear. This is exactly what you get when Vik Maraj speaks.
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Governance, Future and Foresight Expert
Ruben Nelson is an author, speaker, visionary thought-leader, public commentator, consultant, international advisor and Canada’s foremost practitioner and teacher of strategic foresight. He is a reliable guide in these perilous times to more deeply desirable futures.
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