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Richard Harbridge

Chief Technology Officer at 2toLead

Toronto, Canada

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My Goal: To be internationally renowned for the accomplishments and contributions I have made throughout my career and my personal life.

I am the Chief Technology Officer and an owner of 2toLead. I work as a trusted advisor with hundreds of organizations, helping them understand their current needs, their future needs, and what actions they should take in order to grow and achieve their bold ambitions.

I remain hands on in my work and still lead, architect, and implement hundreds of business and technology solutions that help organizations transform both digitally and organizationally. I have a passion for helping organizations achieve more; whether it is helping an organization build beautiful websites to support a great content and social strategy, or helping an organization leverage emerging cloud and mobile technology to better service their members or the communities that they serve.

Prior to my role at 2toLead, I served as an advisor and leader within Microsoft helping partners adopt and develop new services and business models. I managed a large team of executives, directors, consultants, and other resources through various sales and partner programs, extending the reach, impact, and capability of Microsoft teams. Before my time with Microsoft I also led consulting and enterprise companies, helping them achieve triple digit growth, expand into new markets, differentiate their brand, and achieve better business results.

I am lucky enough to be an author and an internationally recognized expert in Microsoft technology, marketing and professional services. As a sought-after speaker, I often have the opportunity to share insights, experiences, and advice around social networking, collaboration, technology/process adoption, and business development at industry events around the globe. When not speaking at industry events, I work with 2toLead, Microsoft, partners, customers and serve on multiple committees including the Microsoft Community Leadership Board.

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Company Type: Company
Business Unit: Microsoft Technology Consulting Services
Theatre: North America
Media Experience: 14 Years
Last Media Interview: 10/25/2018

Areas of Expertise

AI
Analytics
Big Data
Cloud
Culture
Design Thinking
Digital Disruption
Digital Transformation
Emerging Technology
Future of Work
Innovation
IoT
Leadership 30.62
Management 30.58
Mobility
Social

Industry Experience

Agriculture & Mining
Automotive
Chemicals
Consumer Products
Engineering & Construction
Federal & Public Sector
Financial Services & Banking
Healthcare
High Tech & Electronics
Higher Education & Research
Hospitality
Insurance
Manufacturing
Media
Metal Products
Oil & Gas
Pharmaceuticals
Primary Metal & Steel
Professional Services
Retail
Travel & Transportation
Utilities

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2 Article/Blogs
It's okay to say "Yes" too much.
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August 16, 2017
Are you a "Yes" person? Are you a generous professional that is often trying to find ways to help and do more and are always ready to help out? The challenge is that even when someone is sincere around the commitment of saying "Yes" other priorities come up and it is all too easy to be overwhelmed. Saying "Yes" often can lead to even the best people struggling to deliver against all of those "Yes" opportunities presented to them. What follows are a few approaches for tackling the challenge that results from saying "Yes" often.

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Tags: Management, Leadership

How To Handle Angry, Frustrated, Or Upset Co-Workers, Clients, Or Managers
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August 05, 2016
It is rare, but when I run into conflict, issues, or frustrated people in my line of work I follow four simple steps if I want the best outcome. It's not the only way to handle conflict, but I always go back to these steps when I am confronted by an upset, angry, or frustrated person.

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Tags: Management, Leadership

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