On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 the Canadian Institute of Management Winnipeg Branch will be a Silver Sponsor of the QNet – Manitoba Quality Network Conference: Rethink Motivation – Winnipeg’s Conference for Leaders
Victoria Inn Hotel & Conference Centre | 1808 Wellington Avenue
Keynote Speaker – Cy Wakeman
New York Times bestselling author, Cy Wakeman, spent over 20 years cultivating a revolutionary approach to leadership. Grounded in reality, her philosophy teaches people how to turn excuses into results and transform employees into accountable, successful members of the workforce.
Cy’s professional journey began when she was promoted to her first management position. She developed and taught her employees a reality-based mindset and discovered that they were driven to deliver results, adapt to change and emanate happiness on the job.
Inspired to help others transform their workplace, Cy wrote the book Reality-Based Leadership and began consulting and training. Today she visits more than 200 companies each year.
Named one of the “Top 100 Leadership Experts to Follow” on Twitter, Wakeman’s influence continues to build. Her programs are consistently ranked by participants as the single most impactful training they have ever received.
An expert blogger on FastCompany.com and Forbes.com, Cy’s ideas have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New York Post, and on SHRM.com.
CIM Winnipeg and our educational partners, University of Manitoba – Extended Education, will be represented at the trade show.
To find out more about the conference and to Register visit http://www.qnet.ca/conference/
Life Member Awards Dinner at Baileys Restaurant.
The Winnipeg Branch Board of Directors hosted an evening at Bailey’s Prime Dining on March 19th to honor two of its newest Branch Life Members.
Mr. William John Antiliff Bulman has been an active member and continues to hold his membership in good standing since 1963. Mr. Bulman has demonstrated outstanding contribution to our branch as he was one of the visionary leaders that established the Canadian Institute of Management which was called the Canadian Industrial Management Association (Manitoba Division) prior to 1970. He has served as a member of our branch as well as a board member while demonstrating outstanding service through his contributions. A very successful business and community leader, Mr. Bulman was inducted as a member of the Winnipeg Citizen’s Hall of Fame in 1988 for his work in Business and Public Affairs. Without Mr. Bulman, the CIM Winnipeg Branch might not be here today.
Mr. George Smith has been an active member and continues to hold his membership in good standing since 1968. He has demonstrated outstanding contribution and service to our branch as a very instrumental for many years with dedication. His main contribution to the program was and is his strong support for maintaining a high academic standard in the classroom. He was responsible for the program management and delivery from 1968 when there were 32 graduates in the program and in his retirement year in 2004 there were 113 graduates. Mr. Smith is the reason we present a Communications Award annually to the student who attains the highest mark in the Canadian Institute of Management’s communication class.
We are honored to have awarded these two gentlemen with the Branch Life Membership Award.
Louise Doberstein, C.I.M.
Vice President of Membership
CIM Winnipeg Branch Board of Directors