Strategic Staffing – Breakfast Workshop: Register Today
July 03, 2007

Re: Strategic Staffing – Breakfast Workshop

Please attend as our guest a special Strategic Staffing – Breakfast Workshop on July 18th, 2007 at Ryerson University (Ted Rogers School of Business), 55 Dundas Street West, 7th Floor, Room 1-148, from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.

See below for an overview of the session and registration details. Please confirm your participation today as space is limited.

Seminar Overview:

Competition, new discoveries, inventions and changing global events cause sudden changes in strategic direction. Traditional workforce planning fails at delivering the right people for these needs as it is based on an assumption that the future will look more or less like the past. Learn what is driving a radical rethink of traditional workforce planning & what you can do to move your organization forward.

Find out what is on the mind of your company's IT staff - from salaries to job motivators to outsourcing. This presentation shares analysis from IT World Canada's Salary Survey '07: Insights from IT Professionals. It will offer an unprecedented deep and broad look at how IT professionals from all levels of the industry view compensation, career, outsourcing, skills development, recruitment, and job motivators.


To register for this complimentary seminar as our guest, please refer to:

About the Speakers:

Kevin Wheeler is a globally known speaker, author, teacher and consultant in human capital acquisition and development, as well as in corporate education. He has been the Senior Vice President for Staffing and Workforce Development at the Charles Schwab Corporation, the Vice President of Human Resources for Alphatec Electronics, Inc. in Thailand, and served in a variety of human resources roles at National Semiconductor Corporation.

John Pickett is the 2006 Harvey Southam Award winner for career achievement, and host of the popular executive breakfast series, Frankly Speaking. His passion for information technology and its role in enterprise has facilitated the demand for his observations on the major themes of business including IT infrastructure growth, creating sustainable expansion, privacy, and ownership of intellectual properties. He leads the editorial direction of CIO Canada, CIO Governments Review, ComputerWorldCanada, and Network World Canada and

Thanks to Our Sponsors

The following are sponsors of this event: CareerDoor Inc.,, CATAAlliance,, Ryerson ITM BComm and