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Kneale Mann
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If you are in business, managing a department, or leading an organization, you are judged and measured by your financial performance. he key to any organizational growth begins with the relationships within your company. Great culture brings profit.
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The Essence of Equality
I get upset when I see the inequality in our workplace. There is no reason for it. We have been on this planet for a couple of hundred thousand years yet we are still making the decision between men and women and work. Anne-Marie Slaughter contends that att...
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It’s a Dirty Job and We All Have to Do It
It was a plain beige room with uncomfortable chairs. My grade school guidance counselor sat behind his desk looking through piles of paper to find my file. He looked up, cleared his throat, and launched into a diatribe I remember to this day. His point was ...
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Not-So-Common Sense of Communication
I seem to be having a lot of conversations about communication these days. We have devices glued to our hands and laptops within reach so it gives us the impression we are connected but how well are we communicating? I’ve been studying the concept of proces...
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Work Life Energy Balance
We’ve heard it for decades – we need a healthy balance between work and life. Family, sports, hobbies, down time, relaxing, all the stuff we enjoy doing outside of work is one of the reasons we go to work so we can afford the time and luxury of such activit...
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Making Assumptions
My grade 10 history teacher proclaimed there is no such thing as an unbiased opinion. News agencies have purported they are your source for the real stories void of any slant or partiality. Marketing companies create campaigns to convince us this is the bes...
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Perspective
It’s right there every day. You may recognize it but do you heed it often enough? A former mentor, a friend’s cousin, and a colleague’s daughter are all in my heart today. It may not be a tragic event, but do we pay close enough attention to the lessons tha...
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Experience and Letters
I was recently chatting with a colleague who is a highly experienced human resources director about education, training, and degrees. He was lamenting that his company has kept raising the bar for new applicants. Twenty years ago, experience was more import...
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Is No The Appropriate Response?
As a leader, how often do you race to the “no” before looking closer at the situation? Conversely, how often do you say “yes” by rote? I often ask business and community leaders what their organizations do and stand for, then dig deeper to find what they wo...
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I Am Grateful
It's often said when you're stuck or feel down, helping someone less fortunate can be the biggest gift for both of you. No matter your religion or cultural background, there are points in your life when you have felt beaten down and sad. Those are the times...
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The Why Game
If you have kids, you are familiar with the why game. If you think you can get a five year old off your back with a simple answer, you find out quickly that you're dreaming. He will ask you why until you cave under exhaustion. We can't have ice cream for di...
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Whiskey is a Tool
Everything we create begins with an idea. And once that idea is shared, it can grow into the cure of a disease, a new business, tools to help us build things, and entire cultures and habits. Nate Garvis shares his thoughts on how ideas, tools, and laws coul...
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Occupation
Leadership and Team Development • Business and Executive Coaching • Writer • Speaker
Employment
  • MannLeadership
    Leadership and Team Development • Business and Executive Coaching, 2007 - present
    www.mannleadership.com
  • Westwood International
    Leadership Consultant - Project Manager, 2011 - 2015
  • Algonquin College
    Workshop Designer and Facilitator, 2009 - 2011
  • Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing
    Business and Marketing Analyst, 2009 - 2011
  • CILV-FM • CJDV-FM • CFNY-FM • CHTZ-FM
    Program Director - Executive Producer - Marketing Director, 1985 - 2007
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People + Priority = Profit
Introduction
Leadership and Team Development • Business and Executive Coaching
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Named one of “The Smart People to Follow on Twitter” by Business Insider • 14-Time team and individual Canadian Music Award recipient • Accomplished conference speaker and workshop facilitator • Experienced leadership and business blogger, publishing since 2008
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