VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/21/13 -- Simon Sinek, a leading motivational speaker and author of, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker for the gala dinner at the 2013 CHC Safety & Quality Summit.
The dinner will take place on Tuesday, March 19, at the Westin Bayshore hotel. With an expected 600 guests in attendance, the dinner will be an excellent opportunity to meet and learn from Mr. Sinek and other summit attendees.
Mr. Sinek is broadly known for his writing and speaking, the latter include a presentation at the 2009 TED idea-sharing conference. In Start With Why he discuss the concept of the "Golden Circle" - that inspiration and motivation start with why we do something rather than what it is that we do.
More background about Mr. Sinek is available at www.startwithwhy.com or www.ted.com.
Underscoring the theme of this year's summit, Mr. Sinek will discuss how the Golden Circle concept can influence human factors to make improvements in predictive aviation safety. After his remarks, Mr. Sinek will answer questions from conference attendees.
Former Gala Dinner speakers include, Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, Commander Fred Baldwin, Dr. Scott Shappell, Dr. Jerry Cockrell and Sergei Sikorsky.
To attend the dinner, please visit www.chcsafetyqualitysummit.com.
CHC Helicopter is a leader in enabling customers to go further, do more and come home safely, including oil and gas companies, government search-and-rescue agencies and organizations requiring helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul services through the Heli-One division. The company is headquartered in Vancouver and operates more than 250 aircraft in about 30 countries around the world.
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