Posted by Editor on 05/4/16
Cycling Canada announced on Wednesday that CEO / Secretary General Greg Mathieu has confirmed with the Board of Directors his plan to retire at the end of the calendar year.
Greg Mathieu during the Cycling Hall of Fame induction in 2015
The plan to choose a successor, including the final job description, search parameters and recruitment process has been entrusted to a CEO Succession Sub-committee of the Board that is chaired by John Tolkamp, Cycling Canada President.
With this planned change to the organization being on the horizon the Board is also engaged in strategic planning for the next quadrennial and beyond. The CEO Succession Sub-committee will look to have the outcomes of the plan aligned with the skills and expertise that will be expected in the next senior staff member of Cycling Canada.
John Tolkamp noted: "we have enjoyed the stability of our senior management team under Greg's leadership since 2009 and are appreciative of the efforts made to further the growth of the organization while increasing our capacity in key areas of high performance, development and marketing. His successor will be expected to build on this growth and ensure continued recognition of Cycling Canada as a leading national sport organization."
"It has been, and continues to be, an incredible experience working in a sport with such dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers," said Mathieu. "We have moved the yardsticks together and I feel that the organization is ready to capitalize on the emerging cycling culture and the systemic improvement of Canadian cyclists across all cycling sports. Seeing Canadian cyclists succeed at the highest levels and becoming role models for the next generation has been quite rewarding as has the development of more world class cycling races in the country. I intend to make my final eight months in this position of measurable value to those that we serve."
For more information on the Cycling Canada CEO / Secretary General position, please contact John Tolkamp at email@example.com.
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