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Radio Host Antoine Gaber covering documentary topics from “It’s all about ME”.

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Greg Witz (Part 1) (Gen X) CEO Witz Education

The different generations, the impact of the current education system on the workplace and the employers challenges with Gen ME.

Through a rich understanding of business processes, facilitation and executive coaching, Greg has effectively and energetically delivered programs that transform careers and lives. Morphing company
cultures, raising staff retention, reengaging team members and increasing bottom line profitability are all byproducts of his body of work.

A graduate of the University of Toronto’s O.I.S.E. Adult Education Program, Greg is Founder and President of Witz Education Inc. Personally and professionally,

Greg is ever evolving, continually learning the newest technology, marketing and social media strategies stems to keep him and his clients on the cutting edge of business.

Greg has worked with many companies, including Canon Canada, St. Louis Bar & Grill, Southlake Regional Health Centre and Sharp.

See him in action here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CfO5b8HgDY&feature=plcp

Antoine Gaber, Producer, is the Director of the Feature Documentary “It’s all about ME” and Radio show host. This double award winning documentary received its first award (MADA Award, Make a Difference Award) at The Commffest Global Film Festival, and the Best Documentary award, at the Daring Independent Film Festival, both in 2013.

For those of you who missed the Toronto Premiere, or some of the festival circuit, where the documentary has been screened, this radio show series will capture the essence of several important topics addressed within the film.

Brought to you by COMMFFEST GLOBAL COMMUNITY FILM FESTIVAL

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