Monday, September 9, 8:00 - 9:00 am
KEN LARSON is a Certified Executive Coach, a Gazelles International Certified Coach, a Certified Franklin Covey Facilitator, a Certified Coach, and Facilitator with Opposite Strengths.
His passion is to ride shotgun with high performers as they break through to new levels of performance personally as well as professionally.
He coaches leaders in growing companies, gives corporate performance training, and presents high-impact inspirational keynote talks.
As a Certified Coach, he assists leaders and their teams to create, implement, and successfully execute a “One Page Strategic Plan” (OPSP) for their organizations. Larson has owned and operated Champion Performance Systems since 1998.
He was involved with TEC Canada (The Executive Committee-September 2008 to October 2013) as a chair of three groups: a CEO/President group, a Key Executive Group (VPs) as well as a TEC Round Table for small business entrepreneurs. He works with leadership teams in creating high performing individuals, teams and organizations. Ken’s trademarks are his energy, experience, and enthusiasm, and he has successfully coached over 250 leaders.
He has a Certificate of Completion from the Hoffman Institute; is a Certified Executive Coach, Executive Coaching, Royal Roads University; and has a Masters of Arts in performance psychology from the University of Alberta.
Tuesday, September 10 - 8:00 - 9:00 am
“Disruptive Technologies and Impact for the Commercial Real Estate Industry”
SHEILA BOTTING is a senior partner and Canadian Real Estate Leader, and a member of Deloitte’s Global Real Estate Executive.
She is responsible for Deloitte’s full-service offerings to the real estate industry, and real estate services for clients that span private and public sectors. Before Deloitte, she was executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield. She led Deloitte’s own corporate real estate strategy for transformation, including Toronto’s Bay Adelaide East tower, Montreal’s Deloitte Tower, and others across Canada.
In 2016, Toronto Life named Deloitte Tower Toronto as the “best new office workplace.”
Her vision and expertise have helped Deloitte toward its “Workplace of the Future,” resulting in significant workplace improvements, productivity gains, and cost savings, along with the creation of a prototype “Smart Building/Workplace.”
In addition, Botting has led teams working for investors, property owners, occupiers, and others to transform their own portfolios and operations toward a digital marketplace.
She has earned multiple professional designations and industry awards, and is a regular keynote speaker.
Wednesday, September 11 - 8:00 - 9:00 am
”IVSC and attempting Everest the harder way”
NICK TALBOT is the CEO of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC), a position he has held since July 2016.
According to its website, the IVSC, based in London, is “a not-for-profit organization that acts as the global standard setter for the valuation profession, serving the public interest.
“The IVSC is unique in the role it plays as a valuation standard setter. It is not a valuation trade body. The IVSC is a leader in the mission to raise standards of international valuation practice and is overseen by an independent board of global leaders.”
Before being appointed as CEO at IVSC, Talbot spent 13 years in a variety of international, senior management roles at accounting firms like Ernst & Young and KPMG before joining The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as a director.
Away from work, Nick is a dedicated fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. In 2016, he became the first person with cystic fibrosis to successfully summit Mount Everest, which has so far raised over £100,000 ($130,500) for the trust.