During this day of professional development, you will have the opportunity to listen to experts and gain valuable tools to drive your career to the next level.
Four speakers will be your guide as you navigate your way through the day tackling four instrumental topics to career success: leadership presence, career transition, negotiation, and networking. You will learn how each of these plays a part to your career success and get practical tips and tools that you can apply to and use to take charge of your own your career.
Whether you are an aspiring engineering, early career explorer or mid-career professional, use this day to network with other colleagues in industry, find your leadership presence and lead your career.
There will an optional lunch time session on the Path to Obtaining your Professional Licence hosted by Engineers and Geoscientists BC Registration staff available to attendees.
Campeau Learning Ltd.
Greg Campeau is a learner and teacher of timeless leadership principles or truths that govern both personal and organizational effectiveness. Greg has delivered over 2,200 presentations and workshops throughout North America providing leadership strategies and solutions that support both personal and organizational success and stability in the “white water world” of the 21st century.
Since founding Campeau Learning in 1991, Greg has established a client list that is clearly a breed apart, including organizations like Finning Canada, Telus, the Canadian and U.S. Federal Governments, the NHL Coaches Association, and KPMG. Concurrently, for the last 14 years, Greg has instructed courses at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in the School of Business. After obtaining an Honors Bachelor of Commerce degree from University of Windsor, Greg went on to spend over 15 years in international packaged goods corporations, during which he achieved increasingly senior management positions while establishing an outstanding record of award-winning success. Twice, Greg led corporate regions from worst to first in terms of overall performance (market share, revenue, and profit growth). Greg’s broad and riveting appeal is rooted in his relevant, meaningful, thought provoking, proven, and practical content, which is always delivered in an interactive, humorous, and inspirational style.
Cheryl brings diverse expertise in project management, engineering innovation, and leading transformative change in the workplace. She has a degree in mechanical engineering, hands-on experience in alternate fueled engine technology, and senior leadership success in the oil and gas sector. As Managing Director of the Mitchell Odyssey Foundation, Cheryl developed a network of schools across BC with innovative programs that motivate and inspire high school students to pursue STEM careers. As Project Manager with SCWIST, Cheryl led the MakePossible mentoring project. Cheryl is a certified facilitator; created the “Wild About Science” Odyssey symposium for BC educators; and has delivered MakePossible Diversity by Design workshops. As a WinSETT Regional Facilitator, Cheryl has delivered the Leadership Program; and provided training to various engineering organizations on Interrupting Unconscious Bias.
The Humphrey Group
Diana is a Consultant based in Vancouver who works with our clients globally. She has developed a reputation for excellence in both her group training and individual coaching with senior leaders from various industries including energy, infrastructure, technology, and finance. Diana believes the most important area of her work is helping leaders find their voice. She is an expert in delivering presence coaching, which she has cultivated through her diverse background and coaching in the film and television industry. Diana is passionate about developing leaders at all levels of an organization. She specializes in helping her clients communicate authentically and become recognized by their organizations as confident leaders with polished executive presence. A featured Keynote speaker across Canada, Diana received her BFA from the University of Regina, with a Minor in Psychology. Diana is an award-winning professional film and television actor.
In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day, The Women in Engineering and Geoscience Division is hosting a networking evening called: Let's Expand Our Professional Network. This is a great opportunity to socialize and network with fellow engineers and geoscientists in a relaxed environment right after the seminar.