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Monday, September 16, 2019

Cambridge Red Deer Hotel & Conference Centre (formerly Sheraton Hotel)

3310 50 Avenue, Red Deer

Cambridge Red Deer Hotel & Conference Centre is our hotel of choice

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Master of Ceremonies:
Phil Foreman

Phil Foreman has had a successful 40 year career in business as an owner, manager, recruiter and trainer. He has worked in the financial services industry as well as owned business in insurance, water treatment, and irrigation.
Over his career Phil has recruited, trained, and coached many people while maintaining his own sales career. The importance of maintaining a focused team and achieving worthwhile goals remains front of mind for Phil, even in retirement.
His skill set and achievements in sales and management have given Phil opportunities to speak and present to groups from Ontario to Vancouver and abroad.
He has been host and master of ceremonies numerous times and his sociable and comfortable manner makes him a great choice to MC our conference.




8:30 a.m. Doors Open

9:00 a.m. Welcome

9:10 a.m. Kristen Cumming

10:00 a.m. Carla Harris (Leadercast video presenter)

10:30 a.m. Break

10:50 a.m. Brenda Robinson

11:30 a.m. Andy Stanley (Leadercast video presenter)

12:10 p.m. Lunch, Tradeshow and Lunch & Learns

1:35 p.m. Welcome Back

2:00 p.m. Linda Wilson

2:45 p.m. Patrick Lencioni (Leadercast video presenter)

3:15 p.m. Wrap Up

3:20 p.m. Depart


Lunch & Learn Presentations

Kristen Cumming

Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and a Master of Education degree in Workplace and Adult Learning

The How of Transformational Change

This talk illuminates techniques that support leaders to make powerful, resonant change rapidly within an organization.

Brenda Robinson

Bachelor of Arts degree and a Masters of Education

Managing & Motivating the Gen “Y” Member of your Team

Gen Y team members are often different then we expect. What strengths do they bring to your team? How can you engage, involve and include them to get best results? Succession planning depends on our ability to develop teams that include Gen Y.


Donna Trottier

Managing Director, Tatonga; Bachelor of Science; Professional Agrologist

Fit for Duty: Mind, Body and Soul

How to prepare your team to be healthy and mentally prepared for the day ahead.

Linda Wilson

CorQuest Inc.; Masters of Continuing Education, Specializing in Workplace Learning

The “5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team”

Exploring the 5 Behaviors and how they strengthen your team

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Dan Trottier

Partner, Tatonga; PAg CHSC CRSP

The Power of Competent Teams – Setting Benchmarks

Setting the stage for competency evaluation in your organization.


Tammy Prince

MBSR Certified Facilitator

Mindfulness in the Workplace

An introduction to mindfulness and the positive impact it brings to our wellness.

Panel: Team-building Opportunities Through Community Service

Brett Speight, MBA

Chief Executive Officer, United Way Central Alberta

Karen Vavrek

Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity Red Deer

Pam Snowdon

Executive Director, Volunteer Central


Thank you to the sponsors of the 2019 Leadership Conference!