Limited Tickets Remain for LEAD Alumni Event at Truck World

The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) and its Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Committee are excited to host the first alumni event for graduates of the Next Generation and OTA-Schulich ExecEd program at Truck World on April 18. But you’ll need to act fast to participate – only five tickets remain!

The inaugural session will bring together past grads in an informal environment and include the ability for registrants to walk the showroom floor, have lunch with OTA Board members, participate in a presentation on the hot topic of strategic thinking and enterprise mindset, as well as an exclusive networking event with OTA members, Team OTA, and program alumni.

This is a great opportunity for members and emerging leaders to connect, network and learn from each other.

Eligible graduates of the Next Generation or OTA-Schulich ExecEd program will be sent an email invite to register for the event at a cost of $50 per person. Further details of the session will be sent to registrants before the event.

Questions regarding the registration process can be sent to otaevents@ontruck.org, and questions regarding the event format and content can be sent to lak.shoan@ontruck.org.

Guest Speaker – Wissam AlHussaini:

Award-winning Schulich School of Business faculty, Wissam AlHussaini, leaves a lasting impact on learners with his expertise. In addition to his impressive delivery style, Wissam’s expertise on strategy and enterprise mindset – including driving profitability – is truly unmatched. Wissam has designed and delivered numerous training programs for major companies all over the world, including the United Nations, Johnson & Johnson, Manitoba Government, Loblaw’s, Mastercard and Shell Petro-chemicals among others.

In 2016 he received the prestigious “Excellence in Teaching” award for his impact and inspiration on the executive, graduate and undergraduate students. In 2020 Wissam was a finalist for the “John Peace” Excellence in Teaching Award.

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