Resources

The Clarrus Compendium (ISSN: 1703-7107) is a brief look at different issues affecting team dynamics. At times common sense, at times irreverent, at times provocative – the intent is to get you to look at things from different angles – maybe you’ll find solutions to some of your current challenges.

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Presentations, Lunch & Learns

Hosting a series of informal learning sessions is a simple and powerful way to strengthen a team. Whether the topic is related to current work or more strategic in nature, the value of bringing everyone together in the same room is tremendous.

These topics can serve as lunch-and-learn events, breakfast seminars, or introductory sessions, from one-hour presentations to half-day workshops… [details]

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  • What’s Happening

    September, 2017 – A workshop series to help you develop resilience in the workplace and in your life!

    Next open enrolment sessions start soon – contact us to get involved!

  • 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:

    • August 7-9, 2017 – Edmonton, AB
  • What People are Saying

    We found the diagnostic very effective in providing a way for our teams to express their views on areas that we need to improve. At the same time, seeing where we were doing relatively well offered some great perspective and encouragement.

    — Michael Nienhuis, VP Operations, Class Software Solutions Ltd.