PMI-RSSC PDC 2019
PMI - Regina South Saskatchewan's Professsional Development Conference
2 Days . Speakers . Sponsors
Event Starts In
Wednesday Nov 13 - Thursday Nov 14, 2019
Save the Date
Ramada Plaza by Wyndham
1818 Victoria Ave, Regina, SK
All Day Wednesday & Thursday November 13 & 14, 2019
More Information to follow!
Making Science and Technology Work for Society
The current scientific and technological revolution is one of the most remarkable in human history. There are worrying signs, however, that digital technologies will undermine or replace a great deal of human labour, without alternatives in place. How do we make sure that the age of innovation works for society at large and makes major contributions to improving the quality of life?
Playing The Role
Focuses on helping you help the individuals in the crowd be motivated and inspired to help those around them. She’ll help your group become a better “team”, whether that’s in the workplace, at home or in relationships, and inspire the group to want to work harder for a common goal.
Sami Jo Small
Call for Presentations
Do you have solutions, experience, or ideas that you would like to share to help your fellow PMP’s?
Please contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or download the form below before May 31, 2109
Michael Pinball Clemens
CFL legend MICHAEL “PINBALL” CLEMONS is an icon of sporting excellence, community leadership, and personal integrity. With boundless energy and moments of quiet introspection, he talks about teamwork and the potential each of us has to achieve anything we set our minds to. Good-natured and unabashedly emotional, he shows you how to put your heart into everything you do.
Leading Thinker on Canada's Future & Canada Research Chair in Regional Innovation
Ken Coates is a rare public commentator who brings deep understanding of past and present realities together with compelling ideas about Canada’s future. His passionate and highly engaging talks have captivated diverse audiences across the country, from college administrators and economic development officers to Aboriginal entrepreneurs and community activists. Ken is Canada’s Research Chair in Regional Innovation and brings his experience in East Asia and around the Circumpolar world to bear on his understanding of Canada’s strengths and weaknesses. Ken combines irreverence, insight and a sense of humour in his conversations about the issues that matter most to Canadians.
Sami Jo Small
Canadian Hockey Goalie, three-time Olympic medalist
Sami Jo Small is a three-time Olympian and five-time world champion goalie for the Canadian national women’s ice hockey team. A multi-sport athlete, Small attended Stanford university on a scholarship for discus and javelin. Sami Jo currently works as a motivational speaker as well is an owner of a hockey school that runs throughout four provinces. She also recently helped start the Canadian Women’s Hockey League where she continues to play elite hockey for the Toronto Furies.