#WhatWorks – Resilience Series

One of BC’s strategic advantages is our resilience. Challenging times have accelerated innovation, challenged us to think & work differently and provided an opportunity to be bold!

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Through a series of solution-oriented events, from guest speakers to impactful panels, #WhatWorks events will explore how resilience is harnessed to build stronger teams, drive business results and support economic recovery in BC.

Personal Resilience: Navigating Challenging Times
February 17, 11:00 to noon

Businesses, teams and individuals have faced unprecedented change during the past year. During these challenging times, personal resilience is put to the test. How are you and your team coping? Join us to learn more about personal resilience and what strategies you can use to keep inspired and engaged, as an individual, team member or leader.


·        Sue Matheson, High Impact Lab

·        Erin Sills, High Impact Lab

Team Resilience: Culture is the Glue
March 10, 11:00 to noon

The role of culture in an organization is critical. During the pandemic, it has been the glue that has held many organizations together when they have had to be apart. How do leaders in BC cultivate and celebrate their culture? Hear strategies from local culture-driven organizations and how they pivoted to virtual strategies.


·        Miranda Alldritt, Copperleaf​

·        Jennifer Carreiro, SAP ​

·        Josh Nilson, East Side Games

Business Resilience: Cybersecurity during (and after) COVID
April 14, 11:00 to noon

The global pandemic has significantly impacted how we work with many companies moving to remote workforces. The implications to cybersecurity are significant from remote access to identity verification. Join us to explore the cybersecurity strategies you need to have in place now (and after COVID)!


·        Christy Wyatt, Absolute Software

·        Dianne Lapierre, CIO Association of Canada

·        Brian Kuhn, Softlanding Solutions

·        Gerry Akkerman, TransLink

Business Resilience: Digital Engagement
May 12, 11:00 to noon

Engagement has shifted greatly in the past year in the digital and mobile space. What trends and impacts are we seeing in how we market in the B2B and B2C space? What are some of the persistent shifts in digital engagement that we will see stick with us into the coming years.


·        Chris Peacock, Traction on Demand

·        Darian Kovacs, Jelly Digital Marketing & PR

·        Eiman Abadi, Rogers

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