Jun 07 2023 @ 9:00 - 10:30

Impact for Breakfast - Toronto



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Centre for Social Innovation - 192 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON


Sarah Nielsen


Join us for Toronto's 2nd Impact for Breakfast Event

Assessing transformational leadership capabilities

Join us for a morning of networking and learning, as Glem Dias and Marv Franz discuss the importance of understanding the capabilities of your leadership team to lead transformational change and execute on stakeholder promises. 


Glem Dias is an award-winning Leadership & Talent Strategist. He has led full life cycle leadership strategies at Pitney Bowes US, Walmart Canada and Morgan Stanley India. Glem is the Director of the Global Talent Centre and Adjunct Faculty at  Schulich ExecEd since 2010. He has guided the careers of over 1000 executives and high-potential leaders from 20 countries over two decades. His work around accelerating millennials to be future leaders has been recognized as world-class and published by the Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD). 

He was the Global Director of Strategic Talent Management at Pitney Bowes Inc. His diverse experience comes from sectors such as investment banking, software, telecommunications, retail, pharmaceuticals, healthcare,  not-for-profits and entrepreneurial companies. He has worked in the US, Canada, India, and has done assignments in Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. He was also responsible for executive and high-potential development at Wal-Mart Canada and HR Leader for Morgan Stanley India. 


Marv Franz is the Principal of New Vantage and consults with leaders, senior management teams and boards to help them bring transformation to their organizations. 

Marv has applied fourteen years of consulting experience to the needs of his clients in strategy design and execution, executive leadership development, organizational culture and board governance in North America, South America, Africa and Asia.  He has worked with over sixty organizations including small firms to multinationals in: banking, consumer goods, advertising, health care, social services, international development, technology, sports and entertainment, energy, education, insurance and transportation, government sectors as well as other not-for-profit organizations.