Dianne Lapierre

Absolute Software

Dianne Lapierre is Chief Information Officer at Absolute, responsible for driving IT solutions that enhance Absolute’s overall business strategy and transforming the Absolute employee experience through technology and techniques aligned with today’s digital workplace. Prior to joining Absolute, Dianne served as Chief Information Officer for leading investment bank and financial services firm, Raymond James Ltd. She has more than 25 years of experience and leadership within the information technology and security sector. Dianne is currently President of the CIO Association of Canada’s Vancouver chapter and serves on their national board. She is also the former Co-Chair for Vancouver Women in Technology (VanWIT). Dianne holds an MBA from Athabasca University.

Speaking May 4th:

Attention to Retention: A Case for Mentoring

Are you and your organization feeling the impacts of the ‘Great Attrition?’ The dire news is that if you aren’t already, there’s a high likelihood you will. With 40% of employees stating they are at least somewhat likely to leave their current job in the next 3-6 months, it’s time to turn your attention to retention. Join us as we explore how and why mentorship positively contributes to retention. Employers tend to overlook mentorship as a key driver for why individuals choose to stay. What does a good mentor/mentee relationship look like? Hear from both sides of this two-way street and how it fosters a sense of belonging in the workplace.