May 23, 2019
Parkside Hotel & Spa, 810 Humboldt Street, Victoria, BC | 3:30 – 6:00 pm | May 23, 2019
CFA Society Victoria invites CPABC Victoria/Southern Vancouver Island Chapter members/students/candidates for an inspiring and empowering workshop centering on leadership and success with special guest speaker, Chantal Schutz. Based on the wildly successful book Think and Grow Rich for Women coupled with Chantal’s own wisdom & personal spin, this is an experience not to be missed.
Think and Grow Rich for Women
For all women seeking to create their ideal lives.
• Discover the 13 Steps to Success for women through the eyes and experience of women who have created a life of success and significance.
• Learn how to address the issues women face today with real life advice on how to overcome obstacles and seize opportunities…from family issues, to job advancement, to business ownership.
• Trade in the life-work balance guilt trip for the pursuit of ONE BIG LIFE filled with love, family, satisfaction and success.
As an official licensed affiliate of the world-renowned Think and Grow Rich For Women brand and a multi-time CEO overseeing more employees and team members across multiple channels, Chantal Schutz is best known for her decisive and forward-thinking leadership style and her ability to inspire others to believe in themselves, no matter the circumstance or challenge.
In addition to her work in personal development and coaching, Chantal boasts over 20 years as a CPA, CA, a career she has evolved to complement her expertise growing top and bottom lines, obtaining financing, onboarding investors and leveraging pre-existing assets for her clients and companies.
Chantal is an engaging speaker with a clear growth mindset, straightforward manner and genuine curiosity about people, able to transform industries and inspire progressive change in both individuals and organizations. After graduating with a degree in Entrepreneurial Management from Royal Roads University (1997) and articled with both PwC and KPMG, obtaining her CA in 2001.
Cost: $65 + GST