“For an organization to be high-performing and for a team to be high-performing, they need a leader who is energized and at their best," said CEO of the Year Kathryn Tremblay.
The auction, called Art For Impact, featured the work of 21 local artists.
While the chief executive exudes positivity and joy, she's faced her share of hurdles. On the topic of resilience, Tremblay was honest.
It’s like the Rainbow Bistro found its pot of gold when a group of savvy businessmen, motivated by their love of music, banded together to save the music hall from closing last year.
Formal dining rooms in homes around the city made a giant comeback Saturday night.
Members of Ottawa's business community came together Friday to applaud, admire and appreciate a who's-who of local leaders.
As pandemic-fuelled chaos swirled all around her business 18 months ago, Kathryn Tremblay calmly stood in the eye of the storm.
Altis-excelHR group of companies are on track to place more than 8,000 workers across Canada in 2021, and the firms’ combined revenues are expected to surpass $150 million.
Three decades on, CEO Kathryn Tremblay writes new chapter for excelHR
By closely collaborating to address a unique set of challenges, in[tempo] design and Excel HR created a workspace that balances openness with privacy and sleekness with the comforts of home