Dan Levitt is an acclaimed international speaker, elder care leader, writer, and gerontologist, specializing in helping others to create better lives for seniors. Dan’s purpose is to teach people how to transform the lives of older adults across the globe. As a popular professional speaker, he has delivered inspiring keynote speeches impacting thousands of people on four continents. Dan doesn’t tell people where to go but guides them in the direction of where they need to go. His talks leave the audience with a new mindset on aging needed to thrive in the 21st century.
As CEO of KinVillage, Dan Levitt shepherds the enhancement of social, spiritual and care needs for more than 300 older persons, inspiring a team of over 400 employees and volunteers with a commitment to continuously improving the quality of life. Dan is an Adjunct Professor in Gerontology at Simon Fraser University an Adjunct Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia and a Sessional Instructor, British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is also a Surveyor with Accreditation Canada, as well as a Board Member of Common Age and the International Federation of Ageing.
Dan’s adventure exploits have taken him from Africa’s highest peak Mt. Kilimanjaro to the Caribbean Sea’s coral reefs, from canoeing across the Yukon to racing in the six World Marathon Majors.
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Day 1: May 3, 2023
Day 2: May 4, 2023
Attract, Retain and Train Talent in a World of Cost Pressure Challenges
Organizations are adapting to the new post-Covid world of hybrid working. A changing workforce of new career expectations relentlessly drives its own pressures. Adapt your business to this new workforce environment to deliver improved bottom line performance and improved employee wellbeing. Take away specific solutions to:
- Harness existing transferable skills and competencies
- Utilize cost effective or minimal training programmes
- Adapt to demographic changes with new recruitment solutions
Apply new skills and strategies to overcome increasing cost pressures.