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Speaker: Jim Harris

Jim HarrisJim Harris is one of North America’s foremost thinkers on change and leadership working internationally with clients on the issues of most concern to executives: leadership, change and innovation. Association magazine ranked him as one of the North America’s top speakers.  

His clients include Barclays Bank, Canon, Columbia Tristar Pictures, Deloitte & Touche, IBM, IEEE, International Council of Shopping Centers, Johnson & Johnson, Munich Re, Society of Professional Engineers, the UK Cabinet Office, Wal-Mart and Zurich Insurance.  

Jim’s third book, Blindsided, is published in 80 countries worldwide and is a #1 international bestseller having hit the top position for business books on The Financial Times of London’s European edition. Soundview Executive Summaries, selected Blindsided! as one of the best business books of the year sending a summary to 80,000 executives worldwide. The Miami Herald calls Blindsided! “Brilliant stuff!” While Clare Hart, CEO of Factiva says it’s a “must-read for all senior executives.” 

Jim’s second book, The Learning Paradox, was nominated for the National Business Book Award, and was ranked it as one of the top 10 business books in all of North America.  

Mr. Harris was one of the first seven Canadians personally trained by Noble Prize winner Al Gore in Nashville to give his An Inconvenient Truth presentation. He gives these presentations free of charge.  

Mr. Harris also co-authored the national bestseller The 100 Best Companies to Work for in Canada. As a management consultant, Mr. Harris works with leading businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and organizations aspiring to join these ranks. From 1992-1996 he represented the Covey Leadership Center in Canada – teaching Dr. Stephen Covey’s work, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.

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