Catherine Lawrence

Catherine Lawrence,
C.L.O. (Chief Laughter Officer)

 

The Power of Laughter and how it impacts
all aspects of your Life

January 19th, 1:00-3:00 pm

Has Catherine Lawrence ever got a recipe for you! It's called Rubber Chicken Soup and the main ingredient is laughter. Survival of the Funniest is the name of her company, and when it comes to Catherine's work and life, she sees humor as a critical survival skill. It has positive effects on your health, both at home and in your working environment. A corporate lawyer by trade, Catherine now works at helping you to harness the Power of Laughter to impact your energy and enthusiasm for your work and life.

Jane Eastmure

Jane Eastmure

Jane Eastmure,
Partner STEM CONSULTING

 

Managing Effective Interpersonal Communication;
it’s not what you say, but how you say it!!

January 26th, 1:00-3:00 pm

Have you ever known someone that you had to work with, but simply could not “connect with”? Do you have family members or friends whom you find it difficult to relate to? We all want to improve relationships and communication with others.

Allyson Hewitt

Allyson Hewitt

Allyson Hewitt,
Director, Social Entrepreneurship, MaRS

 

Social Innovation Generation

February 2nd, 1:00-3:00 pm

Event Location:
MaRS Discovery District
101 College Street, Toronto M5G 1L7
T: 416.673.8100

MaRS drives social and economic prosperity by leading Canada’s innovation mission. We at MaRS envision Canadian communities that are prospering through enhanced employment prospects, the creation and retention of local wealth and an enriched cultural and social environment. To realize this vision, we foster and promote Canadian innovation.

Tim Morawetz

Tim Morawetz

Tim Morawetz,
Author & Publisher

 

Art Deco Across Canada

February 9th, 1:00-3:00 pm

You may be surprised to learn that the Art Deco style of architecture, exemplified by New York Cityʼs Chrysler Building or Miami Beachʼs pastel-coloured hotels, was also prevalent in Canada between the mid-1920s and the early 1950s. In the major centres of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, but also in smaller cities and towns from St. Johnʼs to Victoria, one can still find buildings that display the jazzy verticality, sleek streamlining or modernized classicism of this globally influential style of design.