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Jim Reid

Chief Human Resources Officer, Rogers

With a keen understanding of what it takes to win, Jim has elevated the employee experience agenda by strengthening key programs in the areas of leadership development, frontline training, talent management, and culture. Jim has spearheaded Rogers’ workplace transformation initiative, enabling the company to become more collaborative, agile and flexible.

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Presentations

Three Key Principles: Achieving and Sustaining Extraordinary Performance
Successful businesses and successful people think and act differently. Understand the three key principles that will help you achieve and sustain high performance.Three Key Principles: How to Achieve and Sustain Extraordinary Performance

What a Difference Leadership Makes
Becoming a top performing leader is a choice. By understanding and applying what the research says differentiates the best from the average, all leaders can make even more a difference at work, and in life.

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  • It's always gratifying for us to listen to senior executives such as Jim Reid - and especially clients - on track for their organizations to achieve breakthrough performance results. Thanks again for helping to make the conference such a success!

    - Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, Inc

Summary Profile

Striving for higher levels of performance in a more and more competitive world is on the agenda of virtually all results-driven executives. Jim Reid unveils a set of timeless principles that can contribute greatly to improving the performance of your company, department, team, or your personal life.

Jim has served as Rogers Chief Human Resources Officer since 2011. He is responsible for shaping the talent, culture and engagement strategy at Rogers.

During his tenure, Rogers has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Employers in Canada, a Top Employer for Young People, and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers.

Jim has more than 20 years of experience leading large, global human resources teams, including Husky Injection Molding Systems and the global health sciences company, MDS Inc. He is a former tactical helicopter pilot in the Canadian Armed Forces and served more than three years in West Germany. Jim holds an MBA from McMaster University and is a graduate of Harvard’s Advanced Management Program.