The Results are in the Team

Clarrus improves the effectiveness of your project teams and the projects you work on.

Our practical consulting services, workshops and tools deliver tangible results and greater satisfaction and engagement for your team members across all industries.


Your team may be dealing with a project that is not going as well as expected, or you might be starting an important project that just needs to be successful.

In either case, Clarrus can help your team focus on the critical project elements to ensure an effective recovery or smooth sailing. With an external perspective and an ability to align the team toward a common goal, we will work with your team to put the project on the right path.

Contact us to discuss your current challenges, or read more about our proven, team-based approach.


Our Latest Blog Post:

That Vitamin Distraction

There’s an old (and frankly, tired) query that investors will pull out of their bag of clichés, usually when they are leaning away from funding your idea: “are you building vitamins or painkillers?”. The suggestion is that painkillers fix an immediate need and sell better – more attractive to those that want instant financial gratification […]

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  • What’s Happening

    April, 2015 - Free!: Download the latest comprehensive Roadmap To Resilience, showing connections to Jounce, and referencing the Resilience Workshop elements to support you on your journey.
    February, 2015 - New!: Based on the book Jounce!, a workshop series constructed to help your team develop resilience in the workplace! Contact us for details!
  • On The Road Again

    Jim frequently travels across Western Canada for engagements, and welcomes opportunities to meet, run a workshop, Diagnostic or Lunch and Learn session.


    Contact Jim if you would like to connect around any of the upcoming dates:

    • May 5-7 - Victoria, BC
  • What People are Saying

    In our brief one day session with Clarrus, we identified the key areas to focus on, and drilled down to discuss the best approach to take in each area. Rather than a sanitary discussion of best practices, we arrived at a practical, specific set of items to implement – I think we made significant progress as a development group.

    — Daniel Miller, CEO, Miller Software