Join us for an Innovation Lunch and Learn hosted by Ignite Fredericton, Enterprise SJ, 3+ Corporation and UNB.
A Four-Generation Workplace. Now What?
The era of a multigenerational labour force is upon us. From millennials to traditionalists, and everyone in between, today’s workspaces represent global villages with diversity, making it even more critical to understand effective communication across generational lines. As more tech-savvy millennials begin to coexist with seasoned veterans, learning to create opportunity versus conflict can serve as a competitive advantage. Join us for a panel discussion on the “new workplace”, and how to manage and motivate a unique workforce.
PANEL: Moderated by Greg Hemmings
Greg Hemmings, Founder and CEO, Hemmings House Pictures
Don Hemmings, Producer and Photography Coordinator, Hemmings House
Kaiya Hemmings, Founder, HeartFun
Cherise Letson, Freelance Writer and Journalist
11:30am Registration desk opens
12:00pm Lunch panel begins
12:30pm Lunch panel concludes / Light lunch served
12:30pm – 2:00pm 2018 KIRA Finalists Showcase (display tables)
Meet our 2018 KIRA Finalists and learn first-hand about these innovative and game-changing companies and organizations. We’ll also be giving away a FREE ticket to the 20th Annivesary KIRA Gala taking place that evening at the Fredericton Convention Center. The KIRA Awards celebrate innovative excellence in New Brunswick across all industries, drawing in hundreds of nominees and leaders in innovation. Learn more here
Greg Hemmings is a filmmaker and storyteller with a global vision and experience to match. His TV shows have sold to over 60 broadcasters around the world, including W Network, CBC, CTV, Discovery Channel, Travel + Escape, BRAVO!, IFC, RUSH HD, RADx, Globosat, Turner Latin America, The Fight Network, and RAI (Italy). Greg’s portfolio features award-winning documentaries, docu-soaps, music videos, live concert films, TV commercials, and commercial videos. He has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Commonwealth Vision Awards, presented by the Royal Commonwealth Society in England. An honours graduate of the Television and Film Production program at Niagara College, Greg has continued his studies with the National Screen Institute’s Global Television Marketing Program in Canada and France, and Banff’s North American Media Executive Leadership Program.
Don Hemmings brings over four decades in business to his work in marketing, sales and business development. As the company’s resident expert in disruptive technologies, Don is deeply interested in the application of cutting-edge tools to the business and art of film and video production.
Kaiya Hemmings is the Founder of Heart Fun, a movement to create an inclusive world and show up to life’s playground with love and kindness! It all started with Kaiya Hemmings (when she was six years old) wanting to make a YouTube channel following her as she adventures through life and makes the little changes in the world that she wants to see. Kaiya has raised alot of money for causes she believes in by designing and selling her shirts, and has had many opportunites to speak about inclusion in front of hundreds of students of all ages!
Cherise Letson is the associate editor and staff writer at Huddle Today, an online business magazine that covers New Brunswick and the Maritimes. Previously, Cherise worked for CBC New Brunswick, The Canadian Press, the Telegraph-Journal and a few other great places. She also hosts a vinyl podcast and blog called Strange Grooves.