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Oct 15, 2019

Roger Thompson is the Vice President of Strategy and Sustainability at First Service. First Service is a company in the essential property services sector and primarily helps manage and grow property service businesses. Roger has been with the company since 2007 and is currently in charge of progressive roles within the organization. He obtained his MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and holds multiple degrees from other schools such as Western University, York University, and D'Youville College in New York.

 

Roger joins me today to share what it means to have a purposeful leadership and how it ties in with their company philosophy on social purpose. He describes his role in the company and his responsibilities. He discusses the power of human connection, how his company helps the community, and how he gets his family involved. Roger also shares his philosophy on building a strong team at work as well as at home and how he is intentional about spending time with his family.

 

 

 

“Do things with intention.” - Roger Thompson

 

 

 

Today on the Creative Disruption Podcast:

 

  • His journey to becoming the Vice President of Strategy and Sustainability
  • What it means to have a culture of service.
  • Their unique approach to fulfilling their social responsibility.
  • How his family gets involved in their community and provides service.
  • The volunteer campaign Roger’s 9-year old son developed on his birthday to support Charity Water.
  • The challenges he encountered when working with condominiums and board members.
  • How he manages his team and the business.
  • The challenges of separating work-life from home-life.
  • What he would like to accomplish in the future and the legacy he would like to leave.

 

 

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