Impact Series

The Right Fit: Find the Right People and Right Seats for Your Business

Tuesday, February 27, 2024
8:30 AM
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Keynote Speaker:Jeremy Hardern
Certified EOS Implementer
OnTrack Business Coaching
Schedule:Registration, Breakfast & Networking: 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Program and Q&A: 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.


Jeremy Hardern

Jeremy Hardern

In this rapidly changing world of work where technological innovations are dictating skill requirements and generational and demographic shifts are redefining the role of the leader and team, finding the right people for your business is not as simple as it once was. 

Putting the right people in the right seats involves a strategic approach to understanding your business objectives, clearly defining roles, and creating a culture that emphasizes accountability. 

In this workshop, led by Jeremy Hardern, OnTrack Business Coaching, you’ll walk through the process of building the right structure for your organization. Then you’ll learn how to discover your core values and use them to determine who fits your organization.  The result is a clear and unambiguous view of who does what, how to drive accountability, and how to deal with issues when they arise.

About GVBOT’s Impact Series

The Impact Series is an initiative of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade’s Scale-up Centre for SMEs (SCS) which aims to help high-potential firms from various sectors overcome barriers to continued growth and elevate their growth trajectories. Featuring a variety of topics and industry experts, these monthly sessions in the Impact Series will provide small to medium sized businesses with useful resources, tools, and information needed to advance their company growth and make a positive impact on their companies and communities.

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The Scale-up Centre for SMEs (SCS) is an initiative of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. The SCS works to understand the trends, forces, and issues impacting SME growth, innovation, and competitiveness and develops programming and policy to address these issues. Based on the goals of helping companies to discover gaps, engage with experts, and create solutions to address obstacles to growth, the SCS connects, educates, and inspires SMEs in British Columbia.