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June 6, 2017   

Dave Veale
How to maximize your employee's professional development

How do you go about approving and following up on employees' training, coaching and development opportunities? 
Our colleague, Dr. Bill Howatt, tackles that subject in his recent Globe & Mail leadership lab column. 

Bill outlines a  triple-A framework for maximizing people-development dollars and opportunities.  A good read for leaders looking to develop talent. 

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Jim Kokocki, past President of Toastmasters, International
How to become more professional, more promotable

From my interview with Jim Kokocki p ublished 
November 2016 in the  Telegraph-Journal.

As the President for  Toastmasters International, an organization that has 16,000 clubs in 142 countries, 345,000 active members and over 5 million people who have been through their program, Saint John's own Jim Kokocki was living a dream as he embarked on a whirlwind tour travelling the world visiting Toastmasters conferences and companies interested in bringing Toastmasters in-house.

For Jim, retirement was just the beginning. Jim is now growing a marketing and sales consulting firm and has also found time to get involved with  L'Arche Saint John, an organization that is in 40 countries around the world with a focus on celebrating the unique value of every person in communities of people with, and without, intellectual disabilities.

3 Ways to Stay Fresh...

1.  Monica Adair & Stephen Kopp,  Acre Architects, work around the world inspiring people to live great stories within and around their work. Listen in to this inspiring Boiling Point Podcast. 

2. Three of New Brunswick's most prominent business leaders have been named to the Junior Achievement New Brunswick Business Hall of Fame. Andrea Feunekes, Brian Flood and Roméo Goguen will be inducted in Moncton on November 2nd.  Reserve your tickets.
3.  EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women nominations are open! The Winning Women program is an annual competition and executive leadership program that identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs whose businesses show real potential to scale and then helps them do it.  Nominations due on June 9, 2017 Learn more

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