An international pioneer in the fields of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space, Peter Diamandis speaks about 3 of his personal masterfully transformative purposes (opening up space; extending human lifespans and solving the world’s biggest problems) and shares 3 tips for CEOs to embrace innovation & technology in our increasingly changing world.
Nancy MacKay, Founder & CEO of MacKay CEO Forums, shares her insights on how CEOs can improve their leadership skills by embracing our shared experience model.
Tamara Vrooman, President & CEO of Vancity, explains the Triple Bottom Line (measurement of people, planet and profit) and why Vancity has become a leader in Canada with their movement away from a CSR-based approach to measuring their success and growth as an organization.
Louise Watson, a strategic planning facilitator and experienced communicator, speaks about why CEOs are relying on inaccurate good news when they want to measure their strategic performance, and shares some tips on how to identify real, predictable and measurable results to determine business success.
As president and chief executive officer of Vancity, Canada’s largest community credit union, Tamara Vrooman believes that banking has a vital role in developing a healthy society—building the well-being of people and, at the same time, ensuring the long-term sustainability of the communities in which they live and work. This summarizes Vancity’s vision of redefining wealth.
Duncan Sinclair, a Vice Chair of Deloitte Canada and Chile, defines inclusivity as more than just diversity, and shares 3 tips for Canadian leaders to seize our commitment to inclusivity as a competitive advantage on the world stage.
Lorraine Moore, a thought leader in strategic speed, innovation and executive performance, is sought out to contribute to the transformation of companies and individuals. In this podcast, Lorraine shares 3 practical tips on how to hold people accountable, and obtain extraordinary results.
Valerie Galvin, CEO & Founder of her coaching practice Stand & Deliver, speaks about the value of being present as leaders, and what gets in the way.
Rahul Bhardwaj, President & CEO of the Institute of Corporate Directors, shares the top 3 internal challenges facing Boards today, and speaks about critical success factors for successful Board roles and great corporate governance.
Natalie Michael has worked in private practice developing executives for the last fifteen years. Whether as an executive coach, CEO forum chair or succession management consultant, her main goal is to help companies identify and develop executive potential. She has coached hundreds of executives, from Canada to Africa to New Zealand, with clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to entrepreneurial start-ups.
Dr. Karen MacNeill is a registered psychologist at Copeman Healthcare Centre in Calgary. She has over 15 years of experience in the helping profession. Dr. MacNeill holds a doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of British Columbia, and is a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists and the Canadian Sport Psychology Association.
Salim Ismail is a keynote speaker at our EDGE Summit on Exponential Change (Oct 3 2017, Vancouver). Salim travels extensively, sharing a global perspective on the impact of breakthrough technologies and how organizations can leverage these disruptions to grow 10x faster than their peers.
Cheryl Cran, an international consultant, best-selling author and keynote speaker, believes that the future of work is now, but the future impact on business is dependent upon 3 key things: embracing emerging technology, maintaining relevant products & services, and ensuring a ‘people first’ environment.
Michael Sonnenfeldt, Founder of Tiger 21 and Chairman of Carmanah Technologies Corp, shares his experiences of working with successful entrepreneurs over the past 20 years, the challenges they have overcome and their unique personality traits that have ultimately contributed to their success.
In this episode, we speak with Rick Tiedemann, Senior Director of Business Development at Copeman Healthcare Centre, about Leadership Well-Being. In addition to some startling recent statistics, Rick shares the 5 top barriers why leaders aren’t taking care of their health, and 3 key strategies to ensure that the C-suite and Leadership team remain a healthy, appreciating asset for your organization.
In this episode, Robin Chakrabarti, Partner at Empresario Capital Partners Ltd, speaks about the hands-on role that Empresario Capital Partners likes to take with the businesses they invest in, and specifically how they have revitalized the Mr. Mikes Steakhouse Casual brand through 4 key strategies.
Alan Weiss, consultant, speaker and author, defines the key attributes of successful leaders, those who take control in their work & life to become more productive.
In this episode, we talk with Brady Wilson, Co-Founder of Juice Inc, Thought Leader & Author.
In this episode, we speak with Chantel Broten, President of Jan Kelley Marketing, about the exponential changes in the marketing industry.
In this episode, we speak with Jonathan Mara, a MacKay CEO Forums Chair and President of Guardian Angel Consulting Ltd.
In this episode we talk with Conrad Sauvé.
In this episode we talk with Dalton McGuinty, former Ontario Premier and MacKay CEO Forums member.
In this episode we talk with Norm Bacal, author of Breakdown: The Inside Story of the Rise and Fall of Heenan Blaikie.
In this episode we talk with long time MacKay CEO Forums member, Gary Zlotnik, Chairman & CEO of ZLC Financial.
Jim is the world’s leading global futurist, trends and innovation expert, with a massive global blue chip client list. Over the last 20 years, more than 2 million people have shared his insight with his events on stage.
In this episode we talk with Neil Crawford. Neil is a partner of Aon Hewitt, leads the Canadian Talent Practice, and is a member of the Aon Hewitt Canadian Executive Committee.
In this episode we talk with Terry Stuart, Deloitte Canada’s Chief Innovation Officer, a core member of the firm’s Global Innovation Network and a Partner with the Canadian Financial services consulting practice.
In this episode we talk with Bart Egnal, President & CEO of The Humphrey Group and MacKay CEO Forums member.
In this episode, we talk with Don Bialik, Executive Chairman & CEO of Long View Systems, MacKay CEO Forums member and Innovator Partner.
In this episode, we talk with John Beauvais, President of Flight Centre Canada and MacKay CEO Forums Innovator Parnter.
In this episode we talk with Marty Parker, CEO of Waterstone Human Capital, MacKay CEO Forums alliance partner.
In this episode, we interview Tom Shepansky, Managing Partner at Rethink, MacKay CEO Forums members and Innovator Partner.
In this episode, we interview Kevin Brady, the CEO & Founder of Advica Health. Kevin is a MacKay CEO Forums member and MacKay CEO Forums Innovator Partner.
Bill Tucker is Chief Executive Officer of Omicron Canada Inc. He is MacKay CEO Forums member and Innovator Partner.
In this episode, we interview David Labistour, CEO of MEC and MacKay CEO Forums member for the past 8 years. MEC has been recognized by Canadian Business as Canada’s Best Brand for the last two years in the row. With over 2,000 employees across Canada, MEC’s purpose is to inspire and enable everyone to lead active outdoor lifestyles.
In this episode, we interview John Nicola, the Chairman & CEO of Nicola Wealth Management, and MacKay CEO Forums member. John’s firm is dedicated to serving the complex needs of high net worth families, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
In this episode, we interview Paul Hollands, CEO & Chairman of A&W Food Services of Canada Inc, and a MacKay CEO Forums member.
In this episode, we interview Chris Nedelmann, CEO at Copeman Healthcare Canada and MacKay CEO Forums member. Copeman Healthcare combines the care of expert physicians with specialized health professionals in private medical clinics to create an entire team designed just for you and your health goals.