Meet our Experts Here for The Executive Suite Mastermind Summit


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Counting down until Monday, December 4!

CEO’s, Presidents and Senior Executives of small and medium-size businesses are invited to attend the Executive Suite Mastermind Summit!

This twice-annual breakfast event offers high-level knowledge sharing, professional development, and networking. Guest experts will lead roundtable discussions on issues relating to current events and trends that are impacting business today. Read on to find out more about our discussion topics and our guest experts.

Also on the agenda, The Executive Suite Mastermind chairpeople will facilitate group coaching conversations following our signature process called the Seven Steps of Coaching Alchemy.

Who Should Attend? This event is intended for: Company leaders such as CEO’s, Presidents, and high-level executives of small and medium-size businesses.
 To RSVP,  please click here.
(RSVP by or before November 29 at 5pm. This breakfast event will take place at a beautiful location in Vaudreuil Quebec. The name and address of the venue will be provided to you when once you confirm your reservation.)

It is an honour to introduce you to our guest experts who will be leading roundtable discussions:

Michelle Holliday

Michelle’s roundtable discussion topic:

A recent Gallop poll indicated that employee engagement is staggering low. Engaging people in a sustainable way may seem like an elusive endeavour however, Michelle has studied the issue in great depth so join her table to discuss what it means for a workforce to truly thrive and how you can achieve it at your company.

Michelle Holliday MA

Founder Cambium Consulting

For the past two decades, Michelle Holliday has inspired with her thought leadership and vision. As a writer, presenter, facilitator and consultant, her work centers around “thrivability” — a set of perspectives, intentions, and practices based on a view of organizations and communities as dynamic living systems. To that end, she brings people together and helps them discover ways they can feel more alive, connect more meaningfully with each other, and serve life more powerfully and effectively through their work. She is the author of The Age of Thrivability: Vital Perspectives and Practices for a Better World.

Michelle spent the first part of her career in brand strategy, working internationally for Coca-Cola and H.J. Heinz. The second part of her career focused on employee engagement, consulting for a range of organizations in Washington, DC. Now, she combines both disciplines as the founder of Montreal-based Cambium Consulting, accompanying a delightful community of pioneering and purpose-driven clients.

With a Master’s Degree in International Marketing and a Bachelor’s Degree in Russian Studies, Michelle has lived in 19 cities around the world, including Moscow, London, Paris and a small town in Scotland.

Hosting Michelle’s Table

Corry Robertson, Executive Coach PCC

Executive Coach and Founder of the Executive Suite Mastermind

Click here to learn more about Corry.


Judy Nagy

Judy’s roundtable discussion topic:

The business landscape has changed dramatically and so the way you approach management has to change too. With her brand new course at John Molson School of Business,  Judy is a pioneer in the new world of Responsible Management. Join her table to discuss how to bring the best of cutting-edge management theory to your company.

Judy Nagy

Lecturer in Management (John Molson School of Business, Concordia University) and Consultant in Strategic Growth

Judy Nagy is a Lecturer in Responsible Management and Entrepreneurship at the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University and a Consultant in Strategic Growth. Leveraging her 20+ years in corporate marketing, business development, and social entrepreneurship, Judy coaches both students and clients on how to gain a sustained competitive advantage through stakeholder management, ethics, and sustainability. Bringing responsible management techniques to the workplace ensures highly motivated employees, satisfied customers, strong supplier relationships and a strategic plan that can help grow the company responsibly.

Hosting Judy’s Table

Glynis E. Devine, c.j.

Speaker * Emcee * Executive Coach * Retreat Leader * Founder of SHE-Suite

Click here to learn more about Glynis.


Terry Soucy

Terry’s roundtable discussion topic:

Let’s talk about money. Terry is ahead of the trends for investing so knows what lies ahead. Join this table to discuss what you need to know about what is happening in the world of investments and how it is going to affect your business.

Terry Soucy RIAC, CIM, FCSI

Vice-President, Regional Manager, Investment Advisor & Portfolio Manager, at Laurentian Bank Securities

Terry Soucy is Vice-President with Laurentian Bank Securities since 2012, where he manages both a team of Investment Advisors for the South Shore of Montreal and portfolios for a private clientele. As a Portfolio Manager, Terry actively seeks out investments that have consciously embraced high environmental, social, and governance measures in their businesses. He believes that enterprises that make conscious efforts to act in a more sustainable environment inherently reduce their business risks. Terry has been in the financial advisory industry for over three decades. He is a Certified Investment Manager (CIM), and holds the Responsible Investment Advisor Certification (RIAC). Terry is also a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute.


Hosting Terry’s Table

Helena Hlavenkova MA

Human Resources Strategy Consultant & Executive Coach

Click here to read more about Helena.


Luc Vallée

Luc’s roundtable discussion topic: 

Will the ‘New NAFTA’ affect you?

Slapped with a 220% tax on the C Series aircraft sold into the US, Bombardier Aerospace was the first Canadian company to experience the Trump administrations policies for trade.

Guests of the morning will have the opportunity to take a seat at Luc and Sonia’s table to participate in Q&A and roundtable discussion about the Trump administration’s proposed changes to NAFTA and how these could affect small and medium size businesses in Canada.

Luc Vallée, Ph. D.

Chief Strategist at Laurentian Bank Securities

Luc Vallée is Chief Strategist at Laurentian Bank Securities (LBS) since August 2014 where is heads the Economic Research and Strategy group. He was Chief Economist and the Director of the Research and Analysis group at Canada Economic Development (CED) from 2009 to 2014. Previously he had been Chief Economist and Vice-President at the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec from 2001 to 2008. From 1999 to 2001, he was successively Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President, Corporate Strategy for Mediagrif Interactive Technologies. From 1997 to 1999, Mr. Vallée was Deputy Treasurer at Canadian National Railways. Mr.Vallée was also Associate Professor of Applied Economics at l’École des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) in Montréal from 1989 to 1996 and Associate Director of the Centre d’Études en Administration Internationale (CETAI) from 1994 to 1996. He was President of the Association des economistes québécois (ASDEQ) in 2005-06, a member of Statistics Canada’s National Statistics Council in 2008-09 and a member of the comité consultatif de l’Institut de la Statistique du Québec sur l’innovation from 2009 to 2014. Previously, he had been on the Board of Transportation and Railroad Assurance Co., ASDEQ, the Insurance and Risk Management Journal as well as several non-profit organisations.  Mr. Vallée holds a Ph.D. in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Hosting Luc’s Table

Sonia Di Maulo, MA, CRP

I bring people together and empower them to overcome shared barriers. WHO: Organizations ~ WHY: Harmony ~ HOW: Community

Click here to learn more about Sonia.


This event is brought to you by: Corry Robertson, Executive Coach PCC

To learn more about the Executive Suite Mastermind, please click here.


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