TORONTO, Ont. — Business therapy will be in the spotlight at the Ontario Trucking Association Convention and Executive Forum.
The OTA Convention and Forum, Nov. 13-14, will be held at a new location, The Ritz-Carleton in downtown Toronto, and features a line of panelists and speakers that will touch upon corporate performance, the association announced.
Leadership and change expert, Tom Connellan, will join the conference to discuss integral business practices including creating customer loyalty, attaining superior sales performance and navigating a turbulent economy.
The convention and forum and will be joined by Don Bell, a co-founder of WestJet. Bell has been credited with shaping the company into prosperity, one of the most successful companies in North America. Bell will discuss the keys to understanding business at each stage.
The CEO and co-founder of the Business Entrepreneurship Hub for Virgin Unite and author of Success Built To Last will be on hand to share his insights.
Mark Thompson has studied the success of world-class companies that have confronted change and generated teams that have experienced successful and exponential growth.
Doug Robbins, author and business columnist, will join the forum as a facilitator. Robbins will steer a session that opens discussion between veteran fleet owners and the next generation of trucking professionals and examine how they are bridging the generation gaps at their companies.
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