It all started in 2014. We knew we had to start a culture change within the municipality, but at the same time we needed to be guided. Our progress has not been easy. Some projects have been successful, other have been less successful. There were skeptics and people outright opposed this idea. With the perseverance of the implementation team at the municipality, the use of proven tools, structured training, and the coaching that the DirecSys team gave us, we can say that we have made big steps. Today, after 6 years, we can see the daily impact of this initiative, employees who think and act differently with a common goal of improving the way we do things.read more
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On this page, we will regularly publish links to resources and information related to the pandemic.
Canadian Federation of Indepedent Business (CFIB)
COVID-19: How the federal government is supporting small business. Click here
National Research Council Canada (NRC)
NRC IRAP Innovation Assistance Program. Click here
New Brunswick Government – Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour / Labour Force Training
Funding for Labor Force Training. Click here
Chamber of Commerce – A guide for Businesses & Organizations – Re-Opening & Recovery of New Brunsick
Virtual Training Sessions – DirecSys
During this important time of social distancing, DirecSys is offering virtual training sessions on Leadership, Continuous Improvement and Quality Management Systems. Click here
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