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Whether you are a business leader or HR professional, we are all faced with similar challenges in our workplace. The solutions we are working towards all centre on one key theme: maximizing the performance and potential of our employees and organization. Our ability to deliver results or respond to any key business issue is directly correlated to our ability to successfully engage our employees.

Employee engagement is how each individual employee connects (emotionally and intellectually) with your company and with your customers.

At Canadian Management Centre, we help companies and their employees outperform. Outperform their competition. Outperform their previous best. That’s why, in partnership with leading research firm Ipsos Reid, we led a comprehensive analysis of the Canadian workforce and the levers that drive employee engagement. Build a Better Workplace™ takes a comprehensive look at the Canadian employee population and includes a detailed analysis of their perceptions on what impacts job satisfaction and their level of engagement at work.

A Do It Yourself Toolkit
Whether you have completed engagement surveys in the past or you are now venturing to create a survey – there is value for you! This 300+ page report offers comprehensive information, key insights, and strategies that will help you Build Your Better Workplace. Each section of the report is structured to answer these questions:

  • What is important
  • Why improve in this area
  • Where to focus
  • How to do it

This exclusive report retails for $9,500. CMC & Ipsos Consulting Services are also available to support the development of engagement surveys, the analysis of your survey results, or to support your efforts to integrate the Build a Better Workplace solutions in your organization.

Order your copy today or call 1-877-262-2500 to speak to a CMC representative.


Click on the videos below to view segments of our Build a Better Workplace - National Thought Leader Series

2013 Spring National Thought Leader Series

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2012 Fall National Thought Leader Series

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  • "  I liked the fact that Harry covered not just the hard skills, but also the soft skills. He showed a real interest and went out of his way to help us learn.  "

  • "  I enjoyed the areas that focused on the process, as opposed to the project management side.  "

  • "  Harry Mingail is a very good instructor. He made the course an enjoyable experience by keeping people involved with the discussion. Though the course material could be very dry without a good instructor, Harry made it an enjoyable learning experience.  "

  • "  I was very focused all three days as the program suited our environment very much.  "

  • "  I enjoyed all aspects of the course, I found it very informative and practical.  "

  • "  I liked the fact that we were a small group and were able to share experiences, ideas and examples from our specific companies.  "

  • "  I like the course binder, as it provides background knowledge and will serve as a reference for the future.  "

  • Debbie Dockray

  • "  Instructor was very knowledgeable and questions were answered without hesitation.  "

  • "  There was a consistent effort to apply theory to real life.  "