We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events. Attendance at Chapter events are open to all members, candidates and students enrolled in the CPA Professional Education Program or Pre-requisite Program, as well as legacy AAT and ACIA members. Guests are also welcome at some events.
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Prince George: 2018 Member Engagement Tour & Chapter PD Event
October 3, 2018
2018 MET Luncheon (1 CPD)– 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
CPABC’s leadership is excited to visit your chapter this fall for the 2018 Member Engagement Tour (MET). Members of the board executive, supported by senior staff members including President and CEO Lori Mathison, FCPA, FCGA, LLB will be participating in the tour. Members, students, and candidates are encouraged to attend to receive key updates on the profession and to connect with CPABC’s leadership.
Throughout October and November 2018, the MET will be touching down in 20 locations across BC. The tour will feature a special presentation that addresses:
- An overview of BC’s economic performance, upcoming economic trends, and challenges and opportunities for business.
- How technology and digital transformation are affecting CPAs, and how the profession is supporting members through this transformation.
- The role CPAs play in contributing to volunteerism, leadership, and good governance within the profession.
New: This year, each tour stop will acknowledge local-area members who are celebrating 10-, 25-, and 50-year membership milestones, allowing CPABC to celebrate its longstanding members.
*To receive your email invitation you must not have unsubscribed from chapter emails. If you have not received your invitation please contact Tpawluk@bccpa.ca.
Chapter PD: Leadership Seminar (7 CPD) – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Presented by: NuStride Executive Coaching. Bill Quinn PCC, RPF Certified Executive Coach
This seminar will provide participants with an understanding of their leadership style, what happens in conflict and valuing team diversity to move the team up to the next level.
- Enhance the communication as a leader of all participants
- Understanding and leading the multi-generational workforce
- Continue to build on existing leadership skills and team atmosphere
|Date:||Wednesday, October 3, 2018|
|Where:||Coast inn of the north, 770 Brunswick Street, Prince George, BC|
|Room:||Chapter PD: Fraser Room | MET & Lunch: Summit Room|
|Seminar:||Registration: 7:45 am | Session: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (lunch break for MET)|
|MET:||Registration: 11:45 am | Lunch & MET: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm|
|CPD:||Chapter PD: 7 hours | MET: 1 hour|
|Cost:||Chapter PD: $150 + GST | MET Lunch Presentation: $15 + GST|
|To Register:||Click here|
*Please note that lunch is only provided to those who have registered to attend the MET. If you have registered to attend both seminars but not the MET, please note that lunch will not be provided.
About the Speaker:
Bill Quinn, President of NuStride Executive Coaching, has been a resident of northern BC for over 38 years. He has been designing and delivering
workshops within government since 1994 and on his own for the past 8 years. His focus has always been giving all participants a voice and as such,
is well versed in the use of learning organization facilitation tools such as world cafes, open spaces, challenge walls, etc.
A certified executive coach and accredited through the International Coaching Federation, Bill brings a coach approach to his workshops. He has
taken additional training to enhance his skills in this area (specifically A Coach Approach to Facilitation and a Coach Approach to Team Building
through Essential Impact of Vancouver – these courses are endorsed through the International Coaching Federation). Key to this philosophy is
creating a safe space for participants to be present, comfortable in voicing their thoughts and leave feeling they have said what is on their mind.
Through open questions, curiosity and suspending judgment, attendees are able to fully participate in the session.
A NuStride session focuses on creating conversations, a high level of activity and a minimal use of powerpoint.
Being a professional forester since 1981 (now retired) and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) since 2009, Bill has a keen understanding of the
pressures on professionals and the need for continuing education – especially in enhancing leadership skills.