Peer Advisory Groups

TEC (The Executive Committee)

TEC Canada is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of chief executives and business leaders.

A chair since 2015 Janet Davie leads two groups: one for CEOs, another for key executives. She facilitates peer to peer advisory boards monthly, challenging them to think differently and make better decisions. Janet also coaches each member of the CEO group one-on-one for two hours monthly, in-person.

“One of my most rewarding accomplishments is working with a network of professional business leaders who are already accomplishing good things, winning awards and giving back,” says Janet. “Yet these folks are driven to do better for their businesses, employees, family and community”.

For her work, Janet has received the Master Chair Award and the Chair Excellence Award in both 2017 and 2018.

As part of a peer-to-peer advisory board, you attend confidential meetings guided by an accomplished facilitator who provides a safe and stimulating environment to accelerate personal and professional growth.

TEC has supported Canada’s best and brightest business leaders for more than 30 years, helping them to create jobs, drive innovation, introduce new technologies, propel the economy, improve company cultures and build tomorrow’s leaders.

Leaders need to make tough decisions constantly. What if you could make better ones, faster? What would that do for your confidence?

TEC Canada has more than 1,400 members who come from all sectors, who lead some of the country’s most successful organizations.

Maybe joining TEC would be a great next step for you.

For more information, check out this video

Go to the TEC Canada page or contact Janet Davie.

Janet Davie
Professional Qualifications:
  • Professional Certified Executive Coach
  • Certified EQ-i 2.0 & EQ-360 Assessments
  • Chartered Professional Accountant, Certified Management Accountant
  • Member of the International Coach Federation
  • Member of Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia