Boyden is a proud series sponsor of GVBOT's 'Leadership Lab'
Date: 13 February 2020
Location: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver | Vancouver, BC
The right leadership is key to any successful organization. With business more complex than ever and disruption and volatility the norm, how do leaders thrive? Each 'Leadership Lab' event will feature an influential business leader who will share their secrets to inspiring and effective leadership.
For our second part of the series, we are pleased to announce that Galvanize President and CEO, Laurie Schultz will sit down for a fireside chat with the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's President and CEO Bridgitte Anderson. Recognized by the Women's Executive Network (WXN) as a winner of the Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award, Laurie is also the recipient of BIV’s BC CEO Award and was selected as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year. Laurie’s leadership style has been the driving force behind the dramatic growth and transformation of Galvanize.
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About the speaker:
Laurie Schultz is responsible for leading the transformation of Galvanize's global business by mobilizing talent toward category disruption and IPO.
With 30 years of experience, Laurie has led several multimillion-dollar software businesses where she has both doubled revenues and doubled profits by empowering change and relentlessly focusing on the "right critical few."
Since being appointed CEO of Galvanize in 2011, Laurie has successfully repositioned the company to one of Canada's top 100 and Best Managed employers; enjoying "top quad" analyst recognition on a build/buy/re-brand formula obsessed with disrupting its category while profitably delivering high double-digit revenue growth.
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