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Join us to explore ways of unlocking your creative superpowers or those of your team.

ASQ VANCOUVER MONTHLY QUALITY AND EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

Creativity: A pathway toward Continuous Improvement

Free Webinar!

Sep 19th, 2022, 7:00 pm to 8:30pm PST

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About this event

Are you creatively awesome or do you think that you may be creatively challenged? The good news is that we are all creative. It is a matter of finding our own way of achieving new ideas, new products, new processes, or new relationships.

As quality professionals, we can nurture both our own creativity and that of others in our collective journey toward continuous improvement.

Join us to explore ways of unlocking your creative superpowers or those of your team.

Come join us!

Earn Recertification units for your ASQ Certification by attending this event

About the Speaker

Ruth Stanley is a former Regional Director for Canada Greenland Region. She is also an author and founder of Boann Consulting. A long-time public servant from Ottawa, Ruth has always walked to the beat of her own drum. Coming from a creative family, she has looked for new ways of doing things and different ways of knowing. Her greatest pleasures are making words sing, data dance, and people grow.

Ruth will be joined in spirit by her three co-authors: Edwin Garro, Region Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Tim Regan, Founder of Cview Strategies, and Dwight Powless, former Aboriginal Relations Coordinator for Canada Post.

Dwight Powless is an author with extensive experience in operations as a former operations manager and Aboriginal relations coordinator at Canada Post and at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Canada. A Mohawk, originally from the Brantford area near Toronto, Dwight has embraced the Anishinaabe culture. Trained in Lean practices, Dwight draws parallels between Indigenous culture and continuous improvement.

About ASQ Vancouver Section 408:

ASQ Vancouver (ASQ Section 408) has been advancing individual and organizational performance excellence in BC by providing opportunities for learning, quality improvement and knowledge exchange for professionals in quality management, risk management

Date & Time
Monday September 19th, 2022 9:00pm CDT
End Date & Time
Monday September 19th, 2022 10:30pm CDT
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Webinar
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Vancouver
Vancouver, BC V5M 2K5
Canada
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