By Ángela Colón
From left to right: Panellists Andrew Rudyk, Centennial College; Katie Duklas, Humber College;
Riley Bowman, Humber College; Aaron Mitchell, Durham College; and moderator Rohini Mukherji, APEX PR.
Insights on the importance of storytelling, working in a multigenerational environment and the future of digital trends were just some of the topics IABC/Toronto Reverse Mentoring Panel Discussion delved into.
The event, which took place last Wednesday at the First Canadian Place Gallery, kicked off with the panellists discussing the importance of authenticity as a key differentiator for companies and their thoughts on emerging trends that will be of the utmost importance to maintain authenticity.
The panel led to a lively Q & A session where the attendees asked insightful questions of our panellists to get their take on everything from citizen journalism and ethics to the importance of diversity in the modern workplace.
Panellist Katie Duklas sharing her insights with the attendee Lana Rosenburg.
IABC/Toronto would like to thank the panel participants and attendees for making the Reverse Mentoring Professional Development Panel Discussion a success.
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