We list speakers we love and would travel to see
In a world of online information overload, being in the audience listening to the right speaker can spark permanent change.
Lovell Corporation is thrilled to see our award-winning #BridingTheGap presentation and CEO, Kelly Lovell listed on !nfluence Magazizne’s must-see list. See the Editor-in-Chief’s review of our presentation below.
As an entrepreneur and an eternal student of life, I’m inundated with information, advice, hacks, tips and new research online. Everyday my social media feeds flood with articles that are meant to inspire me, make my business better and even motivate me to meet all my goals in less time! I have loved learning online but something inside me has reached a tipping point. I am craving the pure pleasure of sitting in an audience, under the spell of a great speaker and feeling the buzz of being connected to another human while learning and growing.
And so I challenged my Scout Team to shortlist and then select speakers who have a reputation for being vibrant, authentic and challenging on the stage. Speakers who could spark lasting change in how I think and move through the world. The final list of speakers includes speakers I have either heard speak in the past and never forgotten or are on my bucket list. When you’re ready to take learning and inspiration back to a human level and turn your ringer off for an hour or so, I highly recommend that these speakers be the ones you travel to see!
Kelly Lovell, Speaker, Ontario
Kelly Lovell has been our Editor’s radar for a few years and she was one of our natural picks for our Speakers You Must Hear list. What really stands out for us is her talk focused on “Digitalization at Work – How to Recruit and Engage Millennials”. In her audience you’ll find HR professionals and C-Suite leaders looking for common sense ideas on how to recruit and retain young talent.
Wondering why it’s important for you to hit the road and hear Kelly speak? According to Kelly herself, “Millennials are set to make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025, millennials are becoming a critical demographic for employers. Much to their frustration, these young employees do not respond well to traditional communications and training methods.”
So, what do you do with new employees who aren’t concerned with the bottom dollar and will move companies to find a vibrant, socially engaged community where there’s room for growth? You hit the road and find Kelly wherever she is speaking and take a deep dive into workplace gaps and figure out the defining characteristics and strategies to build the purpose-driven culture millennials seek.
What others have said after being in Kelly’s audience?
“At the end-of-the-day wrap-up, everyone in peer marketers’ group, agreed Kelly’s presentation was the best. Not only did you help us better understand our challenge but you left us with some real nuggets of wisdom and inspiration to face that challenge – and make it an opportunity. I look forward to working with you again soon to make our youth and Millennial marketing authentic and effective!”
-VP, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Your Neighbourhood Credit Union
UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU TO HEAR KELLY SPEAK:
Startup Canada’s Day on the Hill – Oct 19th (Ottawa)
FEMM Live – Oct 21st (Toronto)
GroYourBiz Luncheon – Millennial Employee Engagement for SMEs Nov 28th (Mississauga)
World Youth Forum – Nov 4-10 (Egypt)
For more upcoming events and presentations please visit
Other speakers on the list include: Danny Khursigara (Hong Kong), Drayton Patterson (Chicago/Phoenix), Catherine Oaks (Nevada) and Troy West (Colarado).
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Influence Magazine, November 16, 2017