This episode of The CLiP is a real treat! The inaugural FinForum event – bringing together titans of the fintech space. This panel discussion how the industry got to where it is and tackles where it is going. In an industry where 18 months is a lifetime, FinForum works to bring providers of capital and innovators together efficiently. Listen in to the inspirational thoughts on how to craft successful inroads into the fintech business.
Professor Gerard Seijts has written many books, and articles on leadership DNA. What is the makeup of a “good leader”? What is the importance of further education to good leadership? This is a very informative podcast for those listeners who are students, thinking of becoming students, or are parents to students. This podcast also makes for a great refresher on what characteristics we should look for in ourselves as we strive to become better leaders.
Joining us for this unique podcast, is Misha Berman, a snowboarder going for a Whistler/Blackcomb record for most vertical in a season. In an attempt to interview leaders and influencers, we thought it important to interview young people. What pushes them? What motivates them? Why would someone want to tackle something as silly as 2 million feet in a single season. What better way to start, than to interview a snowboarder trying to set records.
Love him or not, Kevin O’Leary gets people talking. The TV Host and Investment Guru shares with us his views on where Canada is going right and provides many opinions as to where Canada is going wrong, with a podcast called the Canadian Leaders and Influencers Podcast this is an episode filled with great stories and management ideas.
Brent Belzberg founded private equity firm TorQuest Partners from the ashes of a family business up against the ropes. Taken from that experience was a long list of what he didn’t want in a firm which was to be based on integrity and good judgement. Twenty years later, with billions in invested capital, Brent shares his experiences on how he made and avoided mistakes as he rebuilt his company, his team and his family name.
Marc Kielburger, with his brother Craig, have inspired and empowered millions of young people around the world. The Co-Founder of a family of organizations called WE shares his views on the foundation of any good leadership decision, at any age, anywhere in the world.
There is not one type of leader or leadership style, there are common traits in good leaders and there are skills that have a higher rate of success when deployed, but each scenario requires a different make up of leadership characteristics. In this episode of The Clip, we talk to a leader in the consumer products world. Michael Moskowitz has led several house hold name companies, all of which had a technological bent. Listeners to this episode should find his experiences in leadership very eye opening.