TEC Canada Small
Toronto and Area
“It’s a unique skill-set to be able to balance and make the connection between leadership, vision, strategy and overall direction with all stakeholders. It’s my commitment to make sure you have what you need to grow and develop as a leader on every level – personally and professionally.”
Lindsay McMurray is a seasoned coach with highly developed communication skills. He exhibits a deep commitment to helping those he works with and a rich understanding of learning and development methodologies. His approach is a balance of performance consulting and coaching that identifies the root challenges his clients are facing instead of the symptoms. He also possesses wide business knowledge and an understanding of the differences and similarities across numerous industries.
As an entrepreneur in the learning and development field, he has lived the challenges of being a leader in a small business. In his last role, as Vice President of SPM Learning, he was able to transform the company from providing project management training to offering sophisticated leadership development, in just four years. One of his accomplishments was to spearhead fundamental cultural change, largely through his authentic, consultative and laissez-faire style. “To me, leadership is understanding who you are, knowing how you show up and being aware of the impact that you make. If you understand this, you can lead from strength and surround yourself with those that fulfill and complement your growing edges.”
Lindsay is currently President of Keels in Motion, a human capital consulting firm that helps people, businesses and government navigate and excel in business and technology. He is also bringing his aptitude for building rapport, trust and accountability to the role of being a TEC Chair. He is part of the wider TEC community whose members represent nearly $50 billion in annual revenues and over 100,000 employees.
TEC Group Vision
Lindsay is focused on members who run small to medium-sized businesses as he feels they are the economic engine of our country. He is interested in helping his members to manage the changing dynamics of a quickly growing business. “It’s a unique skill-set to be able to balance and make the connection between leadership, vision, strategy and overall direction with all stakeholders. It’s my commitment to make sure you have what you need to grow and develop as a leader on every level – personally and professionally.”
Lindsay is married to Liza Nassim and they have two children – Quinn, 5 and Grayson 3. Though family is his foundation, Lindsay is also a competitive sailor and squash player.