CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

 

CALENDAR

Public events

Subject 1 :

CORPORATE TRAINING

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DIGITAL TRAINING :

Inventory

(Duration: 1.5 hours)

Online training, or eLearning, or now "digital learning", is a reality for many employees, but does it work as well as in the classroom? What is the outcome? This conference offers an overview of multimedia training solutions implemented worldwide, and addresses trends in this field.

Structure :

What looks promising? What works?
How much does a training module cost?
Create online training internally, or hire a consultant?
What are the questions to ask yourself before getting started?

Complementary workshops (3 hours, 20 people maximum):

- How to transform a traditional training into an online training module.
- Measure the ROI of online training.
- What technology is used?
- Methodology working with consultants

Target clientele: Managers and HR manager for organizations of any size

Octo D Remote office @ Montréal, Canada

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DIGITAL TRAINING :

Strategies for Effective Online Training 

(Duration: 1.5 hours)

Because we believe online training should always be effective without costing an arm and a leg, this conference offers you strategies and methodologies to make the most of your existing resources and equip your trainees with the tools required to design and produce quality training.

Structure :

Action Mapping to design training that produces measurable results.
The rise in competence of employees involved in training.
How can we make the most of existing resources and recycle the existing ones

Complementary workshops (3 hours, group of 20 maximum):

- Action Mapping: Design by objectives.
- Recycling and making the best use of existing resources

Target clientele: Managers and HR manager for organizations of any size

Nomad Cruise @ Pullmantur Monarch, Atlantic Ocean

Subject 2 :

NOMADISM

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Mobilization Strategy: 

LET THEM GO!

(Duration: 1.5 hours)

We have surpassed the notions of flexible work schedules, telecommuting, and work-life balance to adopt those of work-happiness. Who are the digital nomads, those "resident independent" people who exist via experimentation and not by being chained to material property (experience over material)? These trends increasingly affect the general public and make people dream of change. As business leaders, we can no longer ignore this phenomenon and can even benefit from it.

Structure :

6 socio-economic facts
What are the consequences?
Who are digital nomads?
What are their lifestyles?
What are the challenges and benefits of this way of life?
Who hires digital nomads

Complementary workshops (3 hours, group of 20 maximum):

- Selection and recruitment of a nomadic employee.
- Virtual team management

Target clientele: Managers and HR manager for organizations of any size

My Office @ Panama City, Panama

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NOMADIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP: 

Manual

(Duration: 1.5 hours)

This presentation is composed of explanations, tips, resources, and inspiring nomad testimonies. It is built to give a boost to anyone who has already flirted with the idea of making travel their way of life while on the road.


Be warned, because your presumptions on the daily business of the nomadic entrepreneur will no doubt be turned upside down!

Structure :

6 socio-economic facts
What are the consequences?
Who are digital nomads?
What is their way of life?
How do they travel?
Which specialized services meet their needs?
List of useful resource

Complementary workshops (3 hours, group of 20 maximum):

The Budget of the Nomadic Entrepreneur

Target clientele:  Entrepreneurs interested in the nomadic lifestyle.

Nomad City @ Las Palmas, Spain

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Portrait of a Social Enterprise: 

NOMAD COLIVING

(Duration: 1.5 hours)

After two years of hard work, Nomad Coliving, the first residence for entrepreneurs in Montreal, funded by Octo D, launches in 2018. Our organization assists entrepreneurs interested in international development and the discovery of different cultures through living in facilities adapted to their needs, but also through the creation and management of a virtual community. This model is already very successful in Asia, Europe and the United States. Such a social business, unprecedented in Canada, generates a lot of value but is also very challenging.

The material will be presented from two angles:

a) The pursuit of professional well-being through entrepreneurship

(max 30 people for workshop mode)

Objective: To inspire, inform, and answer questions about the realities of entrepreneurs.

Structure :

Presentation of partners
Project description
Portrait of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Montreal
Question Period on Entrepreneurship

Target clientele: Scholar groups and organizations helping entrepreneurs in and around Montreal.

b) A marginal project from and atypical entrepreneur

(max 20 people for workshop mode)

Objective: Reflecting on challenges to overcome by innovative social businesses.

Structure :

Presentation of partners

Project description

Business plan overview

Workshop: challenges and solutions

Target clientele: Local entrepreneurs (Quebec).

CONTACT US

1679, de Champlain, Montréal, Qc, H2L 2S6

514-502-9066

contact@octod.ca

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