Breakfast and Learn: Caterina Milioto – Small Business CEO of the Year
The role of a leader brings with it its share of joy, achievement and challenges. Self-awareness, self-development, self-regulation are all attributes that often distinguish an outstanding leader. We are increasingly hearing about conscious leadership, complementing the well-known qualities of visionary, strategic and transformational leaders, to name a few.
This month, we are pleased to invite Caterina Milioto, President of Intervia, an engineering consulting firm whose projects place people and mobility at the heart of their projects. In 2022, Caterina was named CEO of the Year in the Small Business category by the newspaper des Affaires.
In our next breakfast and learn, we will explore the importance of investing in yourself in order to better support your team, your organization and your clients. Too often, self-development takes a backseat to organizational development, but this strategy is increasingly unsustainable in today’s complex and changing world.
This conversation will allow us to explore:
We will wrap up this conversation with a Q&A period for the audience.
This event will be facilitated in French, but participants are welcome to ask questions and participate in English. Please note that a summary of the conversation and its recording will be sent to registered audience members.
Caterina Milioto is a bold entrepreneurial engineer with highly influential leadership and communication skills. She is trilingual and has over 20 years of experience, including six years at the helm of the Intervia Group, a consulting engineering firm that attracts top talent in the mobility field.
Prior to becoming President and Founder of the Intervia Group, Caterina Milioto worked for private and public companies. She received her engineering education at McGill University and holds an MBA from HEC. She was the recipient of the 2022 CEO of the Year award from the newspaper Les Affaires in the Small Business category. She is Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Association québécoise du transport et des routes (AQTr). She is also involved with the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies and the Women President Organization.
Her communication and negotiation skills allow her to attract specialized resources to work on the most coveted projects in Montreal, including the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine tunnel and the Samuel-De Champlain bridge. She is a member of the Quebec Order of Engineers and regularly attends various international conferences and conventions to remain informed of new trends.