On this week’s Mindset in Motion (MIM) episode, entitled “Students, Skills, Competencies, and Employers – Part One,” we’re joined by Brien Convery. With over thirty years of diversified and progressive experience spanning a wide range of industries and disciplines, worldwide, Brien is a powerful voice and advocate of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. As the National Director, Early Talent Communities and Inclusive Recruitment at the Royal Bank of Canada, Brien engineers people-centric recruitment strategies and plans focused on the attraction and engagement of early talent and inclusive recruitment of Womxn, BIPOC, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQ+, and Persons with Disabilities.
A friend of Orbis, Brien also consults with many post-secondary and industry advisory boards to support the overall student learning experience. He is a multi-award-winning student experience maker, published thought leader, speaker, and podcaster with features in American Banker, Dell Technologies, The Financial Pipeline, CERIC Careering Magazine, and the HRPA 2020 Power Up HR Conference in Toronto.
Brien attended the University of Hartford, Connecticut, and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, Management, and Operations.
Tune in, tomorrow morning, to hear Brien’s insightful thoughts on a student-centric and holistic approach to recruitment and helping students develop skills essential to their success and career paths. (Thank you, Brien! We’re grateful for your time, thought leadership, and for all that you do).