ExecTuesday is a networking/presentation evening we host on the second Tuesday of each month for senior members of our technology community. If you would like to be added to our invite list, please contact us. Regards, Terry Matthews.

Helping Build Organizational Resilience Through A.I. and Emotional Intelligence

Erin Leslie currently helps 17 of the 43 divisions that operate the City of Toronto use technology innovation and tighter relationships at municipal/public levels to modernize programs and services for local residents, youth, and businesses, as well as visitors to the city.
She focuses on the challenging ground between technology strategies and service delivery. As a leadership coach and keynote speaker, this area of focus also enables her to advise business leaders on how to evolve their organizations – to mentor and build more talent, enhance internal processes, improve service delivery and build corporate resilience.
Erin will be the guest speaker at ExecTuesday in September. She will provide insights into the organizational culture required to empower the workforce of the future, and the role emotional intelligence will play in developing and maintaining that culture. She will highlight biases in the latest artificial intelligence technologies that will need to be dealt with, and suggest best practices for moving forward in key areas including information technology services, finance management and globalization strategies.
We hope you will be able to join and take advantage of this insight. Please note, the date for this event is Tuesday, September 10th, and that is also the date of the 16th annual Lumiere Gala, the highly-successful charity, networking and socializing event held each year at the Brookstreet Hotel. As such, we are adjusting the time and location of ExecTuesday to enable guests to attend this presentation and also move seamlessly into the Gala to meet family, friends and colleagues and enjoy the festivities.

Erin Leslie
Erin Leslie
Leadership Coach, Keynote Speaker, Relationship Manager, City of Toronto

In my view, if Canada is to be more than a branch economy in the tech sector, experienced C-Level Leaders – even those who are semi-retired – need to come together regularly to share their experiences, best practices, ideas and more. They need to share their network, and help identify business opportunities for our next generation of industry leaders and participants.
Terry Matthews
Terry Matthews