Positions Available

Some of our customers currently have open positions and are looking for individuals to join their teams.  If you are interested or know someone who might be interested, contact us. It should be noted that some of these businesses are primarily Francophone or bilingual and they are located in different parts of New Brunswick. However…

Opinions hinged on ancient paradigms

What can we do when our workers’ opinions are hinged on ancient paradigms? Can we change those perceptions, those opinions? Yesterday, I was conducting a training session to a group of 17 employees, who belonged to one of our clients. The training, a white belt certification, was part of the implementation of a continuous improvement…

10 Elements of Great Company Culture

Stick to this list and your employees will be committed to their jobs, as well as your company. Building a company culture of engaged employees takes years and requires consistent execution. The author boils down your culture strategy into 10 essential components called the “10 Cs of Culture.” 1. Core Values You need to be…

5 Ways to find extraordinary employees

Having a hard time getting top talent? Become a good spy and send mash notes to your rivals’ top employees. By Verne Harnish, contributor FORTUNE — 1. Build your bench View scouting for talent the same way you do customer acquisition so you always have top people in the pipeline. Keep an ongoing list of…

Does it have to be lonely at the top?

I’m sure you’ve heard that concept before, business round table (BRT). Hey! you were probably invited to join in at one point in time in your career. Did you accept the invitation because you felt dubious in declining it? So, what’s this concept, is it worth your time, energy and resources? First, let’s talk about…

The Healthiest Organizations Win

Patrick Lencioni on “Organization Health”. In this clip, Pat will take you through the model and describe the four disciplines required to create a healthy organization. A healthy organization, as Lencioni defined in his book, The Advantage, is one that maintains a cohesive leadership team, establishes clarity about what it stands for, communicates that clarity repetitively, and puts in place processes and…

Do you have the choice not to do it?

Here are some quotes which I’ve read over the past few months. Everything rises and falls on Leadership (John Maxwell) So goes the leader, as goes the culture. So goes the culture, so goes the company. (Simon Sinek) In most organizations, the bottleneck is at the top. (Peter Drucker) How to update theses statements to…