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Invigorate 2019


Invigorate  

Your community, your culture and your commitment 

Invigorate is an inclusive celebration for all employees, designed to showcase our culture and our commitment to lifelong learning and to build and strengthen our community. This employee development day will be held May 1 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   

Our day begins in the Val Matteotti Gymnasium to experience and learn together from two influential keynote speakers.  Breakout sessions throughout the day will focus on building community, culture and commitment.  Be ready to share a learning opportunity that enriches us as individuals and collectively builds on our culture. Register today to join us for learning, celebration and community building.   

Call for Proposals

Proposals to present are now being accepted from all employees. We all have expertise to share with others, no matter what our role is at Lethbridge College. All Lethbridge College employees are welcome to submit proposals to present at Invigorate in 30-minute or 45-minute sessions or a poster session.  

The submission form is online and must be submitted electronically by noon March 20 to pd@lethbridgecollege.ca. Please share your expertise in a way that celebrates community, culture and commitment. 

Keynotes

Kate Davis

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Kate Davis has the unique ability to find humour in any situation and offer creative solutions to defuse frustrations in both the workplace and at home. A five-time nominee for the Canadian Comedy Awards who has opened for the likes of Bill Clinton and Barbara Walters, as well as the star of many television comedy specials, Kate's generous insight and hilarious presence is a powerful combination in helping organizations empower their staff with effective tools for managing stress and sustaining motivation.

 

Brian Keating

Are you overwhelmed with everyday demands at work and at home? Is the pace of life leaving you breathless? Wondering what you can do to de-stress and re-charge? If so, Brian Keating’s magical presentations allow you to forget your problems and be whisked off to many of the world’s most wondrous places will leave you feeling like you got the break you needed. A celebrated wildlife expert and world traveller, Keating takes audiences on adventures from jungle safaris and mountain climbs, inspiring audiences toward wanderlust and exploration.  

For over 20 years, Keating ran the Calgary Zoo’s nature-based travel program. Presently, he is the Zoo's honorary conservation advisor to their outreach efforts, and a part-time adjunct assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Calgary.