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On this special edition of the CEO Series, tune in to hear the Producer’s Cut of our recent interview with Barry Nalebuff! Gabriele Hartshorne-Mehl is a student at McGill University, a research fellow studying introversion and extroversion in the C-suite, and Karl’s show producer. In this mini episode, Gabby will share with us her favourite questio…
 
This week on the CEO Series, tune in as Karl sits down with the Mintzberg’s. Henry is a retired McGill professor, author, and world-renowned strategic mind. His daughter, Susie, is a McGill PhD Candidate in social work. Listen in to hear about Henry’s writing process, aging gracefully, and key insights on business strategy from the family.…
 
This week, Karl speaks to Andres Friedman, CEO of Solfium, a Canadian solar energy start-up. Tune in to hear about Andres’s early life in Uruguay, distributed solar energy as an increasingly normalized source of electricity, and the tech company’s innovations to accelerate the adoption of solar energy on a large scale.…
 
This week on the CEO series, Karl Moore sits down with Ivan Vella, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto Aluminum, a global leader in mining and metal production. Tune in to hear about Rio Tinto’s strategy behind revolutionizing the aluminum industry, indigenous impacts on mining, and what's next for the organization.…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Charles Decarie, CEO of Just for Laughs, the world's largest international comedy festival. Tune in to hear about Charles' thoughts on humor, the strategy behind making people laugh, and what's next for the organization.Autor: iHeartRadio
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with André Cinq-Mars, Managing Director of Lumi Canada, a provider of annual general meeting technology serving shareholders and corporation. Tune in to hear about André's background as an entrepreneur, his reflections on remote work, and the components of a good meeting.…
 
On this week's show, Karl Moore sits down with Fabrice Vil, Founder of Pour 3 Points, a non-profit organization that aims to use coaching and sports to drive positive social change for teenagers in low-income neighborhoods. Tune in to hear them discuss the dynamics around systemic racism, what it means to be a coach, and how Fabrice views leadershi…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Susan Cain, New York Times Bestselling Author of the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. Tune in to hear about her new book Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole, and her thoughts on appreciating life, storytelling, and learning to be…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Harley Finkelstein, President of Shopify. As an early employee at Shopify, Harley shares unique insight into one of Canada's most successful technology companies. Tune in to hear his thoughts on entrepreneurship, leadership, and the future of retail.…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Susan Christoffersen, Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, a top business school in Canada and the world. Tune in to hear them discuss Susan's career, what business school was like during the pandemic, and her perspective on business as a whole.…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down in Quebec City with Denis Ricard CEO of iA Financial Group, one of Canada's largest insurance and wealth management groups. Tune in to hear about Denis' thoughts on the current state of insurance, leadership, and adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic.…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Collins Oghor, Founder & CEO of Collogh Cares, a digital health and advocacy startup committed to preventing kidney failure across the globe. Tune in to hear about Collins' background both as a doctor and as an entrepreneur, and the problem that he is working to solve in healthcare…
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Peter Simons, newly stepped down CEO and now Chief Merchant of La Maison Simons, one of Canada's largest retailers and indeed the longest private family-owned business. Tune in to hear them discuss the history of Simon's, what's next for Peter, and the future of the retail industry…
 
On this week's CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Jason Robinson, CEO of Evoco, a sustainable plant-based materials company that helps provide natural footwear products, making the world a better place. Tune in to hear about how Evoco was founded, what Jason sees for the future of the environment, and the role of individuals in changing the worl…
 
On this week's episode of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Dr. Joanne Liu, Former International President of Doctors Without Borders, and current ER physician in Montreal. Tune in to hear them discuss Dr. Liu's experiences across various epidemics and conflicts, and most recently her work supporting medical services in the Ukraine.…
 
On this week of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Christa Dickenson, CEO of Telefilm Canada, Canada's premier financing partner for films across all stages of production and marketing. Tune in to hear about Christa's perspective on leadership, the future of the film industry, and the future of work.…
 
On this week of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Roger Martin, former Dean of the Rotman School of Management, best-selling author, and of the world's foremost business thinkers. Tune in to learn about Roger's take about education, strategy, and CEOs today.Autor: iHeartRadio
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Carolyn Dewar, a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, and the founder of their CEO Practice. Among other things, Carolyn will be discussing her recently co-authored book, CEO Excellence: The Six Mindsets That Distinguish the Best Leaders from the Rest, and will dive deep into what…
 
On this week of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Mirko Bibic, CEO of BCE. BCE is best known for its businesses like Bell, Bell Media, CTV, and RDS. Tune in to hear about Mirko's experiences as CEO, his take on leadership, and how he manages to stay on top of things throughout the pandemic.Autor: iHeartRadio
 
What is a social enterprise? Tune in to this week's edition of the CEO Series, where Karl Moore sits down with Barbara Stegemann, Founder and CEO of The Seven Virtues (as seen on CBC's Dragon's Den), a leading sustainable perfume line focused on promoting both peace and commerce in conflict zones.Autor: iHeartRadio
 
On this week's edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with two guests: serial entrepreneur David Segal whose ventures include the famous DAVIDsTea, Mad Radish, and Firebelly Tea, and Deborah Flint, long-time airline executive CEO of the Greater Toronto Airport Authority which includes Toronto Pearson Airport. Listen in to hear about their …
 
This week on the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with three-time gold medal winner Kim St. Pierre, former goalie for Canada's women's hockey team, and Craig Buntin, former Olympic figure skater. Tune in to hear about their experiences at the games, and the lessons they've learned over the yearsAutor: iHeartRadio
 
On this week of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with John Wood, a former Microsoft executive who quit his job to start a non-profit Room to Read, focused on increasing literacy rates across the world. Now, John has surprised the world by stepping down from Room to Read to start something new.Autor: iHeartRadio
 
On this special week where the 2022 Winter Olympics are kicking off in Beijing, China, Karl Moore had the opportunity to sit down with Richard Pound, Canadian lawyer, first Head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, and Vice-President of the International Olympic Committee. Go Team Canada!Autor: iHeartRadio
 
This week on a special edition of the CEO Series, Karl Moore sits down with Daniel Boulud, award-winning Chef and Owner of the Dinex Group and Adam Bryant, Former Corner Office journalist for the New York Times and current Managing Director at the ExCo Group, a company that coaches CEOs on leadership.…
 
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