By challenging conventional thinking, Robyn Bews is the leader in what can only be described as the revolution of the traditional workplace.
Robyn’s leadership, advocacy and management have brought WORKshift from Canada’s first regional telework project to a national not-for-profit and the defacto brand for all things related to workplace transformation in Canada.
Robyn has advised private and public sector organizations across North America and municipalities around the world by offering a holistic ecosystem approach for organizations to make their WORKshift program a reality.
She is sought after to tell the story about how companies who shift to this new reality will eventually win and has conducted numerous presentations and keynote speeches on this topic.
Robyn is dedicated to enhancing the quality of the discussions about the future of work. She oversaw Canada’s first national white paper detailing the bottom line benefits of flexible work and has been featured in interviews with The Globe and Mail, CBC’s The National, The National Post, Avenue Magazine, CTV, CBC’s The Current, Canadian Business Magazine, Shaw, and Global News.
She is the co-author of Workshift: Future Proof your Organization for the 21st Century a book dedicated to supporting organizations and their leaders successfully adopt flexible cultures.
Robyn has a commerce degree from Acadia University. She has worked as a marketer for multinational organizations including Calgary Economic Development, TELUS Communications and the United Nations.