Leadership Lab with Chris Bertram: Cultivating a High-Performance Workplace


Apr 9


The Grand Hall, 201-45939 Thunderbird Lane, Chilliwack, BC, V2P 0J6




What can Olympic snowboarders and Silicon Valley tech giants teach us about high-performance cultures?  Find out from someone who works hand-in-hand with both.  Join Dr. Chris Bertram for a deep dive into the alchemy of thriving teams as he demystifies the core ingredients of success. This experience will unlock insights about what makes teams gel and plot a course for how to access new levels of productivity and well-being at work. Come prepared to reexamine (almost) everything you know about team dynamics and high performance.

Chris Bertram, Ph.D.

Senior Director of Applied Neuroscience, Exos
Associate Professor, University of the Fraser Valley

With more than 20 years of experience as an applied neuroscientist and human performance coach, Dr. Bertram teaches some of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs, executives, and athletes how to maximize learning, build resilience, and optimize performance under pressure.

In sport, Dr. Bertram has worked with some of the world’s most celebrated athletes including numerous Olympic gold medalists, World Champions, XGames Champions, PGA Tour winners, Collegiate National Champions, and many other athletes and teams from across the sporting landscape.

As the Senior Director of Applied Neuroscience at Exos, he applies his experience from working with elite athletes in high-consequence environments to developing data-driven performance strategies for business leaders across the Fortune 100 and beyond.

In addition to holding a faculty position at the University of the Fraser Valley,  Dr. Bertram has been invited to speak at Harvard and Stanford universities and has been featured in The Globe and The Mail, The Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun, The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, as well as on CNBC and the Golf Channel.  Dr. Bertram earned a Ph.D. from Simon Fraser University and completed the Neuroscience for Business program at MIT.


Chamber Members: $50 Non-members: $75