CEO Honourees: Canada’s ‘Culturepreneurs’
- Monday, April 4, 2022
As the world navigated another year of pandemic-related uncertainty and the Great Resignation took hold, Canada’s Most Admired CEOs fully embraced their roles as “culturepreneurs.” This is to say they adapted – crafting and adjusting culture to meet market realities not just today but into the future.
“This can only happen if you put culture at the centre of organizational strategy,” says Marty Parker, president and CEO of Waterstone Human Capital and chair of Canada’s Most Admired CEO Awards program. “This year’s honourees have done that. As a result, they are winning the people and leadership game and their organizations are thriving – even during a global pandemic.”