Reduce, Remove and Declutter: A Minimalist’s Guide to Leadership
Date(s) - May 10th, 2019
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
PC Client meeting room at Pacific Center
609 Granville St., Suite 950
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Struggling with the crush of organizational priorities compelling you to do more with less? Hey, waitaminit! What if you just do less? Welcome to minimalist leadership. This is where a fierce focus on the raw essentials inspires a sense of clarity and the space to let go. After all, simplicity is not only an aesthetic value. It’s an elegant connection to what makes your presence meaningful – to your clients, your colleagues and your community.
Our speaker: Bev McPhee
With a specialization in strategic business transformation, Bev provides executive leadership and talent management expertise for clients across North America. She is a former Vice-President of IBM’s Canadian subsidiary and has also led PwC’s People and Organization division for western Canada. In her executive roles Bev has led teams of over 500 staff and tackled client initiatives impacting up to 30,000 employees.
Bev is also an Associate Faculty member at Royal Roads University – where she develops curriculum and teaches graduate-level communications, leadership and organizational behavior courses. She has been widely recognized for her contributions in the fields of Technology, Communications, and Change Management. Bev is a popular keynote speaker and was nominated for YWCA’s Women of Distinction Award and RRU’s Kelly Outstanding Teaching Award. She travels internationally providing Executive Leadership, with one of her custom corporate programs recently winning HR.Com’s LEAD Award for Best Innovation in Design and Execution in North America.
Please make cheques payable to BC Legal Management Association. Cheques may be mailed in advance to PO Box 75562, RPO Edgemont Village, North Vancouver, B.C. V7R 4X1 or brought to the meeting.
Reserve your tickets before May 8, 2019