Tuesday will begin with a plated breakfast and introduction of the morning two-part session on the leadership qualities in highest demand for the 21st century.
Part I: Women in Carwash: The 21st Century Demand for Woman Leaders
Part II: the 21st Century Demand for Woman Leaders Workshop
Paul Krismer and Amy Boudreau will pick up where the keynote presentation left off with a highly original, progressive and inspiring presentation – Women In Carwash: The 21st Century Demand for Woman Leaders. Paul created this presentation specially for the January 2020 Arlington conference and with Amy, will build on the theme for this coming June. This uplifting, funny presentation gets right at the heart of great opportunities while insightfully demonstrating that the path forward lifts everyone – both men and women.
Following the presentation, Paul and Amy will facilitate a workshop-style discussion to apply the lessons from the presentation. This workshop will focus on:
- Identifying the actions that lead to the success of women in particular in the carwash industry
- The importance of emotional intelligence
- Impacts of perception and misperception
- Determining mentoring and leadership strategies to continue to strengthen the success of women in the industry
Lunch will fuel you up to learn how criminals think and a Crime Stoppers hosted session will educate guests about the increase in human trafficking and how victims might be walking amongst us.
Think Like A Criminal: Emerging Trends in Carwash and Prevention of Human Trafficking
Sean Sportun and Amy Boudreau – As changes to technology become more complex and systems reach new levels of innovation, criminals find new and creative ways to commit crimes.
Get the police ‘inside view’ on robberies, break & enters, thefts, frauds & scams and the emerging opioid crisis. Learn all about Toronto Crime Stoppers and their efforts to create community awareness on Human Trafficking, while getting insight on proactive measures your staff can take to identify signs of this crime.
Inspiring Women Panel Discussion
Attendees will enjoy a Niagara Falls boat tour followed by a very special dinner at the family owned Casa Mia Ristorante.