Habitat Canada invites you to the 2021 National Leadership Summit - ReConnected

We look forward to welcoming all Habitat for Humanity federation members from across Canada to our 2021 National Conference and Annual General Meeting taking place virtually on May 13 to May 14. Our theme for the conference is Stronger Together, where we will focus on, and encourage participants to think about the role partnerships and collaboration play in building a stronger and healthier federation.

Join us in this virtual space for an incredible two days of inspirational keynote speakers, participatory workshop offerings, the annual national awards celebration, health and wellness focused content and so much more!

We are excited to offer this two-day event for $25.00 per person, so mark your calendars and make sure to register by Friday, April 16 in order to be entered into a draw for our Habitat Canada “Summer Days” gift package, which includes a $50 Amazon gift card!

Get ready to be inspired, energized and reconnect. Together we are stronger!

Keynote speakers spotlight

Fenton Jagdeo Jr. | Advocate for Radical Curiosity

Fenton Jagdeo Jr. | Innovating your Future with Curiosity and Strategy

Fenton Jagdeo Jr. advocates for radical curiosity, innovative leadership thinking, and forward momentum in ways that ensure unique personal and professional development experiences for your whole team. He’s got a rare combination of experience as a startup executive, a civic leader on large public boards, and an advisor to large corporations. He is currently the youngest person ever to sit on the Toronto Transit Commission’s board of directors and his company Faculty; makeup for men, has gained the attention of Esquire, the Wall Street Journal, and GQ.

Health and Wellness tips

We understand how difficult it can be to participate in long virtual sessions. Zoom fatigue is real and many studies have been conducted on how to avoid virtual burnout.

Visit our Health and Wellness page for information and additional tips on how to combat Zoom fatigue.

  • Just 30 minutes of exercise can reduce stress and boost mood
  • Practice mindfulness
  • Unplug from technology a couple hours every day
  • Get balanced sleep
  • Check in with your friends and reach out when you need someone
  • Practice an attitude of gratitude

Working from home:

  • Create different “zones” in your home
  • Ensure your chair is comfortable
  • Get up at least once an hour
  • Stay hydrated