San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Long View:
Magnetic career & talent leadership insights
Featuring: Brian Fetherstonhaugh, OgilvyOne Worldwide
Join in the conversation with Brian Fetherstonhaugh on magnetizing talent leadership and individual career success.
Brian Fetherstonhaugh brings a unique and valuable vantage point: he has deep insights into both sides of the talent equation. As CEO of one of the world’s leading digital marketing agencies, Brian hires, evaluates and develops top global talent everyday. And he also understands talent from the employee side, and has become a global authority on career strategy for thriving at work. His new book, “The Long View: Career Strategies to Start Strong, Reach High and Go Far,” was published in September 2016.
Brian will share his innovative new vision around the Magnetic Talent Enterprise and how companies as well as individual employees must adapt and take advantage of all four levels of employer/employee bonding (Structural, Emotional, Financial and Social). He will offer fresh and practical advice for the new, more strategic role that Chief Talent Officers must play in order to attract and retain top talent. And for individuals, Brian will highlight the necessity of taking the driver’s seat in directly shaping the flow, value and trajectory of ones’ work and career success.
Seats are limited so register early.
About the speaker:
Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman & CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide
For the past 10 years Brian Fetherstonhaugh has been the global CEO of a leading 5,000+ person digital marketing company, working with top brands such as IBM, American Express, Coca-Cola, IKEA, Unilever, and Nestlé. In this capacity he’s helped to start and develop the careers of thousands of individuals and observed the trajectories of people at all career stages.
Over the past two decades Brian has also become a respected career mentor and thought leader. He has lectured on career strategy at institutions including Yale, Harvard, MIT Sloan School, Columbia, and McGill. He is also the executive sponsor for Ogilvy’s Young Professional Network and is an advisor to several start-ups run by millennials. Brian has been a board member of Goodwill Industries for over 20 years and is a passionate supporter of its mission to help people gain independence through the power of work.
Born and raised in Montréal, Canada, Brian now resides in New York with his wife, Chris. He plays hockey on Sunday nights, and plays guitar and harmonica in a rock band, aptly named Plan B.
To read more about Brian's book click HERE
5:00 - Registration & appetizers
5:30 - Session begins
6:30 - Event Finishes (Approx)
6:30 - 7:00 - Guests mingle and event concludes
*Includes light fare and refreshments
Please note that tickets are not refundable, but are transferable.
When & Where
Institute of Communication Agencies
ICA is the not-for-profit association for Canadian communication agencies, representing over 75% of all national advertising. Our mission is to champion commercial creativity, amplify the industry’s economic impact, and to embrace and drive change. ICA promotes higher standards and best practices, and serves as the largest source of information, advice and training for the industry.