The CLiP with Jennifer Reynolds

By Jennifer Reynolds | | March 08, 2017
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The Canadian Leadership Podcast (the CLiP) features casual interviews with leaders and mavericks of Canadian industry, community and business. Your host, Bill Vlaad, President and Founder of Vlaad and Company, takes the listener on a candid deep dive into a wide variety of current great Canadian leaders' philosophies, aspirations, personal histories, management style and outlook for the future. With the purpose of identifying how good leaders lead and isolating common mistakes found through the history of bad leadership, the CLiP will deepen your management toolbox. Whether you are leading a house league hockey team or a large cap public company, the CLiP shares real life examples of good leadership that you can use to better your team and your life.

The second episode features Jennifer Reynolds – a dynamic leader in the Canadian finance community. She isn't just an advocate for change but a former investment banker, an avid runner, a mother of six and, currently, the President of Women in Capital Markets or what we will refer to in the Podcast as WCM. This episode goes beyond just gender issues faced in the finance industry. It speaks to balance, working to your strengths and leading leaders to action change.

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