on October 12th, 2017 for a Presentation and Panel Discussion
Join Chris Rasmussen, David Lahey andRobert Lane
on November 16th, 2017 for a Breakfast Session with Financial Services
Chris RasmussenCEO & Founder of Doxim
Chris founded Doxim in 2000. He is a visionary and charismatic leader, and under his guidance Doxim has become a leading supplier of customer engagement software solutions to the North American Financial Services marketplace. Chris has worked in the electronic document industry for the past two decades, holding a variety of senior management and leadership roles. Immediately prior to founding Doxim, Chris was Vice President, Professional Services for Ricoh Canada, a leading global provider of document imaging products and services. Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative and Commercial Studies from the Western University.
David LaheyPresident & Founder of Predictive Success
David Lahey is the founder of Predictive Success, and an MBA graduate from Queen’s University. David has been specializing in leadership development, talent acquisition, change management and productivity improvement for over 25 years across a variety of industries. He is an executive coach and consultant to 28% of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. David has been a master certified Predictive Index®(PI®) Analyst since 1988 and received his training by our Boston office. David is the author of three books; his latest, a best seller on the value of human analytics in the workplace, Predicting Success: Evidence-Based Strategies to Hire the Right People and Build the Best Team (Wiley, 2015).
Robert LanePresident & Managing Partner of Robert H Lane and Associates Inc.
Robert serves as President and Managing Partner of Robert H. Lane and Associates Inc. His experience includes senior management positions with NORTEL, GE, Coca-Cola and International Paper. He was 20 years as a Management Consultant to Canadian, American and International organizations, including technology start-ups, public utilities, government agencies and Fortune 100 companies. He served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Commodore International from 1981 to 1984 – sold over 200 million units of the Commodore 64, Vic 20 and other models, and established Commodore as the world’s leading home computer company.