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Scott consistently provides insightful comments and advice to me in my role as the senior manager of HR responsible for numerous worksites with both unionized and salaried employees. I am able to comfortably discuss individual scenarios and those with greater corporate effect, and together we determine a plan of action with both short and long term effect. As my responsibilities have progressed and my profile increased, I have been asked to sit on several boards of directors. As a result, I have consulted Scott for direction on the responsibilities and conduct of individuals who are new to boards directors. I continue to consult with Scott on a regular basis as new career paths open up to me.
Richard B., Senior HR Manager, National Transportation and Logistics Company

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Another Exciting Update

I am pleased to announce that after numerous meetings and following thorough discussion, I will be working in association with Claire A. Gibson & Associates, recruitment and placement specialists, on HR, management and operational reviews for her new and existing client base.  Claire’s “background in success” includes extensive experience while working in Employee Training and…

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Well it would appear that we’ve made it through the Apocalypse and the Christmas season (not really sure which one is the more traumatic!) and now looking to new opportunity in a new year. I hope everyone had a restful holiday break and is looking forward to re-engaging in the coming weeks. I came across…

Monkey Business

Nope, not talking about the 7 month old macaque found shopping for a new futon at the North York Ikea.  I’m referring to an article by Harvey Schachter in the December 2, 2012 Globe and Mail that addresses the issue of managers inadvertently taking on challenges that their direct reports have responsibility for. Here’s the…

So, What’s New?

Well it’s been a while since any new posts have been added to the website and for that I must fall on my sword. People get busy, your clients get busy, we’ve heard all the excuses.  No one can claim complete innocence from pushing things back “just one more day.”  So, in the interests of…

Learning your a, b “C’s”

You’ve finally managed to finesse your way past “The Gatekeeper”, the Executive Assistant who controls the day-to-day happenings of the senior executive you’ve been trying access for the last several months. You’ve navigated your way into the Inner Sanctum, the reception area for those waiting to meet with the CEO, the CFO, the COO or…

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