Our February fdu INSIGHT Breakfast Event will be hosted by Jamie Surgenor. Our guest speaker is Heeral Gudka, a leadership performance consultant and coach working with individuals and businesses internationally. Heeral is the founder and director of Convergent Consulting and dedicates her time to helping people and businesses fulfil their potential, transforming the way C-Suite professionals and middle managers operate and connect to people, as well as provides expertise in helping leaders work in a manner that motivates themselves and those around them. Heeral has worked with SAGA; Tandem; Argenta; Conyers, Dill & Pearman; Freisenbruch-Meyer; AON Bermuda; The Bermuda High School; and CCS Group.
Heeral will lead the conversation discussing ‘The Life of a CFO’, looking specifically at the changing role of a CFO; networking and relationships; stakeholder and media scrutiny; and communication.
This event is suitable for Controllers, Heads of Finance, and those aspiring to become CFOs.
All discussions will be held under Chatham House rules.
About the fdu INSIGHT Breakfast Series
fdu’s consultative approach to Executive Search and Recruitment is based upon our deep sector knowledge, our networks and extensive experience. We distil this insight for each unique Client situation, allowing us to provide strong results through our bespoke service.
An important part of this process is sharing knowledge – sharing insight – among our Clients, our networks and interested parties in the various sectors we serve. Our INSIGHT Breakfast Series brings small groups of high-level individuals together to discuss strategically relevant topics in the business world, with an expert guest speaker sharing insight into their respective field.
Our INSIGHT Breakfasts take place every month with a different theme each time, ranging from talent retention in M&A, to Brexit impact, to the changing C-Suite role during today’s business transformation. You will certainly leave the Breakfast with greater insight, new industry contacts and points to ponder … for the next event, perhaps?