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Excellence Chat - Pandemic Silver Linings and Your Future of Work Strategy
EXCELLENCE CANADA - FUTURE of WORK SERIES - with a focus on Organizational Excellence

The pandemic is transforming how work is done in the digital age. Businesses that commit to continual improvement across the six drivers of organizational excellence - People, Process, Customers, Planning, Partners, and Leadership - stand the best chance to survive, and thrive. Join an insightful conversation that will demystify the “Future of Work” and inspire you to feed pandemic silver linings into your business strategy with a focus on the four P’s: Purpose, People, Place, and Process.

Jennifer Elia, VP Future of Work at Excellence Canada, will host this dynamic session featuring Craig Irwin, Partner, Real Estate at Deloitte and Dr. Santa Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor at University of British Columbia. Our panelists will share their personal silver lining examples and practical strategies for future-proofing your organization.

Jun 22, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Elia
Vice President, Future of Work @Excellence Canada
Jennifer Elia is an HR and Group Benefits executive with over twenty years experience leading award-winning best practices in organizational health and performance. Her niche expertise is innovating top-tier health, wellness, mental health, and disability strategies for Canadian employers so they can attract talent and optimize performance. As VP, Future of Work with Excellence Canada, Jennifer helps organizations future-proof their workforce. By teaching organizations how to foster employee health, performance and sustainability, Jennifer helps organizations amply arm themselves against today’s relentless pace of social, digital and economic change. Jennifer holds an honours degree in Health and Psychology from Queen’s University and is a graduate of the Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion program at Centennial College. A lifelong learner, she obtained a Workplace Mental Health Leadership certificate from Queen’s in 2020 and is pursuing her CHRL designation in 2021.
Santa J. Ono PhD FRSC FCAHS
15th President and Vice-Chancellor @University of British Columbia
Dr. Ono also serves as Chair of the U15 Group of Universities, on the Board of Directors of Universities Canada, and as Past Chair of Research Universities of British Columbia. In 2018, he served as co-chair of the Tri-council advisory committee on equity, diversity and inclusion policy. Prior to his appointment as President and Vice-Chancellor of UBC, Dr. Ono served as the 28th President of the University of Cincinnati and Senior Vice-Provost and Deputy to the Provost at Emory University. A molecular immunologist educated at the University of Chicago and McGill, Dr. Ono has taught at Johns Hopkins, Harvard University and University College London. He holds Honorary Doctorates from Chiba University and the Vancouver School of Theology and is a recipient of the Reginald Wilson Diversity Leadership Award from the American Council on Education, the Professional Achievement Award from University of Chicago, a Grand Challenges Hero Award from UCLA.
Craig Irwin
Partner, Real Estate @Deloitte Canada
Craig Irwin is a Partner and National Leader of the Real Estate Services Group at Deloitte. With over 20 years of experience, he has led the audits of several high-profile public and private real estate enterprises and provides services to some of our more significant real estate clients. In addition, Craig has also been the National Audit Public Talent Leader and is currently Deloitte’s representative to the Real Property Association of Canada (REALpac). Craig has been a panelist and speaker at several external conferences on the topic of accounting standards and its impact on real estate entities.