Next Generation Project Management & Collaborative Project Delivery

Power Skills

Event Description

Collaborative Project Delivery is on the rise in Canada, with ever more Alliance Model and Integrated Project Delivery projects launching every month. As collaborative contracts find their way into the mainstream, next-generation Project Managers are asking themselves how they need to evolve their toolkit to help their teams rise to the occasion. 

In this highly experiential dinner session, we will shed light on the role Project Managers play in helping teams perform at their collaborative best, delivering better results for the organizations and communities they serve.  


Your Speakers from The Coaching Studio

Lyndsey Dyer (Executive Vice President)


Over her career, Lyndsey has designed and delivered cutting-edge leadership development programs for thousands of participants, led team optimization and strategy sessions for hundreds of teams, and coached countless leaders and executives across multiple industries. Lyndsey’s innovative approaches to culture building have contributed to her former organizations being recognized as Top Employers, Most Admired Corporate Cultures, and Best Places to Work. ​

Most recently, Lyndsey held the position of VP People at a prominent Canadian SaaS company where she helped the business scale from 150 to over 900 employees and from ~$15M to more than $100M in Annual Recurring Revenue over six years. Previously, Lyndsey led the Talent function at a rapid-growth tech company in New York City. There, Lyndsey designed and launched an innovative portfolio of initiatives, including a comprehensive Manager Development program, a technology-driven goal setting and performance evaluation framework, and the introduction of in-house Performance Coaching to support on-the-job learning.

Russell Hunter (Leadership Consultant)


Russell brings over 20 years of leadership experience as a business executive, organizational development consultant and certified executive coach. His signature strength is helping leaders sustain high levels of performance in the face of ever-increasing pressure and rapid change. His science-based approach to full engagement is based on experience working with an array of world-class performers and organizations in sport, business, healthcare, education, and government.

His recent clients include leaders at Vmware, Google, Microsoft, WestJet, Johnson & Johnson, Sage, SAP, Ballard, Nexen, University of Calgary, Vancouver Canucks, and the Canadian Olympic Committee.

Over his career he developed over 10,000 leaders and executives in more than 12 industries, optimized executive teams, built coaching cultures to align with business strategies, and supported enterprise change transformations.

Russell contributes to business publications such as BC Company, Fortune, and Canadian Business. He speaks regularly on the topics of leadership, change, and resilience at business conferences and association events worldwide. He co-authored the book Coaching for Engagement in October 2010 and is working on his next book entitled Tenacious Leadership.

As a mental consultant, Russell supported the development of Olympic athletes preparing for the 2010, 2012, and 2014 Olympic Games, along with professional athletes in the NHL and NFL.

Prior to working with the Human Performance Institute Canada in 2005, Russell was the founder and CEO of an integrated marketing and communications consulting firm with operations in Vancouver, Chicago, and London England.

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Type of category: Speaking Event

Type of activity: Power Skills

Date: 15 May 2024

Hour: 17:00 to 20:00

Number of PDUs: 3


Members: $55.00

Non members: $65.00


UBC Robson Square Room C400/420

800 Robson Street
Vancouver, BC