Featuring Boyden's Jim Harmon, Ron Burkholder, and Justin Ferrabee, in partnership with Food & Consumer Products of Canada
Date: 12 May 2020
The Coronavirus crisis has profoundly disrupted our economy and will leave behind a changed landscape for companies to navigate. While most businesses are now well into resilience and restart initiatives, the most dynamic companies are already reimagining themselves in a new normal context and are asking what skills and experience will be critical to sustainability, growth and long-term success.
On May 12, Boyden's Jim Harmon, Ron Burkholder, and Justin Ferrabee join FCPC members to share forward-looking perspectives on a variety of critical senior management functions, including CEO and the role of boards.
Topics to be discussed include:
Learn more about this webinar here.
About Food & Consumer Products of Canada
FCPC is the voice of industry on many issues of importance to Canadians including food and product safety; helping to bring innovative products to market including healthier-for-you options; promoting environmental stewardship; product labelling, and working to ensure the competitiveness of the industry so that Canadians have choice and ready access to world-leading safe and innovative products.
Boyden, a global leader in executive search, proudly serves Canadian organizations and institutions. As a corporate member of FCPC, we are committed to excellence in industry and leadership and proudly support FCPC’s mission.
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