Join Canadian Club Toronto on April 5 when Leagh Turner, Co-CEO of Ceridian, speaks to her personal journey within the Canadian technology ecosystem. She will share how Ceridian achieved successful growth and scale across global markets, fueled by the acquisitions of value-added companies, the rollout of game changing technologies, and the hiring of critical talent in key markets. Leagh will also reveal insights about Ceridian’s award-winning culture, anchored in her leadership team’s reimagined approach to the employee experience and bold commitment to workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion. Leagh will be joined in conversation by David Skok, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Logic.
*For virtual attendees, please note that the live stream will begin at approximately 12:40pm ET & the link will be provided closer to the event date*
Leagh Turner is Co-CEO of Ceridian and a member of the company’s Board of Directors. Leagh oversees the end-to-end operations and strong execution that are fundamental to Ceridian’s growth. Leagh joined Ceridian in 2018, serving as President and Chief Operating Officer.
Leagh has been a leader and innovator in the software industry for more than 20 years, previously serving in senior leadership roles at SAP and Oracle and has twice been recognized by the Women’s Executive Network as one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women.
Leagh is a member of the boards of directors at Manulife, a leading international financial services group, and Plan International Canada, a global not-for-profit that focuses on improving lives of children around the world. She is a strong advocate for the advancement of women in leadership and a champion of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the workforce.
Leagh is a graduate of Western University in London, Ontario.
Founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Logic.
Before founding The Logic, David Skok was the associate editor and head of editorial strategy at the Toronto Star. Previously, he served as the managing editor and vice-president of digital for the Boston Globe, where he led the organization’s digital transformation, and as the co-creator and director of digital for Global News. David is a leading thinker on digital transformation who has co-published with Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen. He was the 2012 Martin Wise Goodman Fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. David has served as a juror for the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism.