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Our Facilitators

Canadian Management Centre facilitators have been helping business professionals learn practical management skills and explore the best practices of world class organizations for over 45 years. Their expertise and commitment to continuous improvement help drive our reputation for excellence.

Our facilitators work in today’s competitive business world in both public and private sectors.  They have a variety of different professional backgrounds and are recognized authorities in their subject matter areas.  This real-world management training experience gives them an intimate understanding of the issues and challenges you face every day.

In addition to their practical experience, our facilitators are highly skilled instructors.  They create a relaxed and open learning environment, where participants exchange ideas, information and learn from their peers.  Each facilitator brings their unique real-life scenarios into the sessions, using them to help facilitate learning in a practical and interactive manner.  Their passion for their subject matter and enthusiasm for learning makes each session highly valuable.

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  • "  Thank you for a great learning experience. I found that some of what was learned is good to get my private life organized as well. Thanks.  "

  • "  The course was very professional and friendly. Ms. Rose was a joy to be around and she made all the role-playing games not as intimidating as I thought they'd be.  "

  • "  Course material was very organized and easy to read. It will be a good resource in the future. The course leader was very knowledgeable and personable.  "

  • Kiara Sol

  • "  The amount of integration was a bonus - it keeps attention heightened. I also found the atmosphere to be very welcoming. Susan is a great instructor.  "

  • "  he fact that there were eight participants in the seminar was great because it made it more interactive with more opportunities to participate or ask questions. I also like the exercises we worked on.  "

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

  • Christel McFatridge

  • "  I liked the fact that everybody that attended had the same problems and as a group, we discussed ways that we would handle them when we got back to the office. It gave you a good perspective on how to handle problems.  "

  • "  The seminar was very interactive - lots of hands on training.  "