Business Meeting

The Opportunity

Your People Are Your Greatest Resource.

Are you aware of the true cost to your team or organization when team dynamics fail, cultural intelligence is nonexistent, and communication is unclear?

Firms need momentum to break through to the next level of success — and that forward movement is powered by people. When employees are disinterested or disengaged, productivity, drive & profit stalls.

85% of employees are not engaged or actively disengaged at work. The economic consequences of this global "norm" are approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity.


Gallup Inc.

There are real, tangible costs when team dynamics, cultural intelligence, and communication break down.


Reduced Productivity


Increased Competition


Lower Profit Margins


Bored + Disengaged Staff


Lack of Customer Loyalty


Decreased Revenue

Sound familiar? The solution is to invest in the trifecta of success: people, productivity, and profits.

Personal coaching or corporate training is one of the easiest, yet rewarding, steps you can take to get back on track. When you and your teams are thriving, everything else — from goal setting to execution — becomes easier. 

Investing in personal or corporate training and coaching improves the financial success of your business. It is also one of the easiest, and most significant things your firm can do in today’s competitive work environment and should be considered in your corporate strategy to grow revenue and profit.

I’ve worked with thousands of employees over the years, honing programs that create deep change in personal and office dynamics. You’ll not only enjoy a better bottom line, but a corporate culture that feels sustainable, supportive, and inspiring. 

The cost of ineffective communication is pegged at $75 million for every $1 billion spent on projects – or about 7.5% of project investment is inefficient.


Project Management

Institute Study

The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those that cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.

Alvin Toffler

Customer Love


Lesley Raymond,
Manager of Business Development & Member Engagement, Delta Chamber of Commerce

Margaret shared a valuable presentation with us (Lights, Camera Action! How to be a Zoom Master) through the Delta Chamber of Commerce. I was impressed by her knowledge and her professionalism, and wouldn't hesitate to have her present to our members again.


Anita Huberman,
CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade

Margaret has facilitated many workshops (Women in Business Mastermind group) for the Surrey Board of Trade over many years and she is always professional, easy to work with, and inspiring to our members. Margaret has a wealth of knowledge about the topics she delivers and easily and confidently connects with those she is working with and mentoring.


Margaret has provided business etiquette training for my tourism students for the past eight years. She consistently delivers an interesting, interactive and inspiring ‘edible’ workshop. Students regularly comment on how much they learned and how much they appreciated her insight into dining etiquette and manners in general.

Christy Dodds,
Co-operative Educ Coordinator/Instructor School of Tourism Management at Capilano University

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