Canada Leadership Training Expert

Crestcom British Columbia
Greater Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo, Interior, Canada

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For more than 27 years, Crestcom International franchisees have trained business people across the globe in the areas of leadership, management and sales. Today, Crestcom has grown to become one of the most successful and widely used training programs among Fortune magazine’s Top 100 Companies.
Businesses turn to Crestcom to help transform their managers into leaders. 75% of Fortune Magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” have participated in the Bullet Proof® Manager training and 98% of our clients have said Crestcom training equaled or exceeded their expectations.
Each month, thousands of business professionals from companies of all sizes across six continents participate in Crestcom’s Bullet Proof® Manager training where leaders develop their skills, exchange ideas, and share what’s working now. Participants can join the program at any time and the 12 month training program covers 24 modules of leadership, management and sales development.
This proprietary interactive learning program is improving the way businesses motivate, communicate and help managers succeed while seeing the effects on the company’s bottom line.

Featured Webinar

Cultivating a Growth Mindset for Success

A person’s mindset determines how they manage change, create a strategy, and face challenges. It influences how we see ourselves and how we view the world around us. The belief that people can learn, grow and change is vital for organizations facing difficult economic, social and operational challenges. Importantly, we can all learn to change our mindset and look for opportunities instead of focusing on obstacles. Join host Jenn DeWall as she explores how we can all cultivate a growth mindset for success.

Featured Whitepaper

Leading Through the Great Resignation

Between April and June 2021, a total of 11.5 million workers quit their jobs, and a recent Microsoft survey found that 41% of workers are considering leaving their current employer. Other studies indicate that at least half of the workforce is actively seeking new opportunities. These figures should alarm any leader, as turnover is costly and harms productivity and morale. The problem of employee turnover is nothing new. However, this extreme turnover rate is a different phenomenon and will require a new approach to recruiting, retaining, and managing talent in the workplace.

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Featured Resources

5 Ways to Show Gratitude For Your Team

The holiday season is here, and during this time, many people take the time to think about what and who they are grateful for. Likewise, it is more important than ever for leaders to take time to show gratitude to their teams. Between April and June 2021, a total of...

Delegation: The Secret to Highly Productive Leaders

Have you ever noticed that some leaders seem to be able to be in two places at once? And their teams seem to get more done? The secret to multiplying your organization’s productivity is effective delegation. The ability to delegate effectively is a skill every manager...

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  • , Greater Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo, Interior, British Columbia, Canada
  • (403) 807-6491

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Cultivating a Growth Mindset for Success

A person’s mindset determines how they manage change, create a strategy, and face challenges. It influences how we see ourselves and how we view the world around us. The belief that people can learn, grow and change is vital for organizations facing difficult economic, social and operational challenges. Importantly, we can all learn to change our mindset and look for opportunities instead of focusing on obstacles. Join host Jenn DeWall as she explores how we can all cultivate a growth mindset for success.

October 28th, 2021 at 10:00AM ET

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