Under the theme of The Road Ahead: Seeing Beyond the Curves Ella speaks at Session: Attention to Retention: A Case for Mentoring

Date: 04 May 2022

Location: Virtual Conference

The flagship technology conference for CIOs

The CIO Association of Canada’s Annual Conference, the CIO Peer Forum, is a vibrant community event for attendees and the profession. It brings the IT community together to share the latest trends, provide opportunities for thought leaders to learn about innovations, and be able to network with colleagues in areas of expertise.

The Road Ahead: Seeing Beyond the Curves

As the world gradually emerges from the pandemic, business and technology are continually being transformed. CIOs have been driving technology and their respective companies for many years. This year’s conference focuses on the futures of both. In the era of COVID-19, some technology initiatives have been accelerated; in other instances, brakes have been applied. The aim is to bring IT leaders together to help them navigate an emerging future, avoid obstacles, and, most importantly, accelerate out of the curves. The CIO Peer Forum® assembles IT leaders from across industries and regions, providing them with an invaluable view of the road ahead, informed by industry experts and knowledgeable peers. Main themes include: Digital Acceleration and Innovation +  IT Security, Privacy & Governance +  The Future of People.  Work, Talent, and Emerging Norms. 

Speaking at May 4th's Session on Attention to Retention: A Case for Mentoring, Boyden's Ella Laure Hipolito joins Dianne Lapierre, Director, Lapierre Consulting, as they explore how mentorship positively contributes to retention. See additional details below: 

Are you and your organization feeling the impacts of the ‘Great Attrition?’ The dire news is that if you aren’t already, there’s a high likelihood you will. With 40% of employees stating they are at least somewhat likely to leave their current job in the next 3-6 months, it’s time to turn your attention to retention. Join us as we explore how and why mentorship positively contributes to retention. Employers tend to overlook mentorship as a key driver for why individuals choose to stay. What does a good mentor/mentee relationship look like? Hear from both sides of this two-way street and how it fosters a sense of belonging in the workplace.

Hosted by the Calgary Chapter of the Association, learn more or register for the Virtual CIO Peer Forum here

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