Canada Leadership Training Expert

Kiran Mann
Mississauga, Canada

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Promoting Productivity and Efficiency by Developing Managers into Leaders.
Kiran Mann was born and raised in Army family in India. Fortunate of upbringing in army campuses where diversity, self-discipline, lead by example, time-management is default, she grew up by learning the importance of a true leader. She studied Economics and Political Science from University of Toronto and currently pursuing Executive MBA with Ivey School of Business (Western University). In her professional life, she worked as a senior executive in Automotive Manufacturing where learning was taken to the next level. Consistency, planning, execution is one of the answer to overcome challenges in manufacturing.
As a strong believer of good leadership and passionate to support businesses around, Kiran joined Crestcom International. Crestcom’s program is focused on well-blended, interactive learning experiences to help businesses produce real business results by building credible leaders and dynamic teams. Encouraged by family, friends and clients, Kiran is also supporting businesses as a Business Advisor.
In her free time, Kiran loves to travel and enjoy nature with her husband and kids. Kiran’s favourite personal moments are the ones spent with her three daughters.
Grateful to the neighborhood, Kiran is passionate to give back to her community. Kiran is closely involved and member of Women Leadership Committee, Business Learning Committee, Human Resources Committee and International Trade Committee. Kiran enjoys her mother-daughters time by being a team and volunteer in various local chapters.

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Workplace Culture Matters: How Values, Beliefs and Behaviors Drive Performance

92% of business leaders in successful companies believe that workplace culture impacts their performance. Culture is increasingly important to Millennials in the workforce, and one survey notes that on average, 56 % of millennial workers consider a strong workplace culture more important than salary. Glassdoor reports that 73% of workers would not even apply to a company unless its values aligned with their own. Join host Jenn DeWall and Motivational Speaker Brad Montgomery to learn how strong workplace culture can create success for any organization.

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Workplace culture is extremely important for a growing business.

Workplace Culture: Why It Matters and How to Build It

An organization's culture is its system of values and beliefs and day-to-day behaviors that shape how work gets done. Workplace culture can be a driver of employee engagement, can influence the ability to attract and retain talent, and can determine levels of productivity and financial performance. In fact, 92% of business leaders in successful companies believe that workplace culture impacts their performance.

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Featured Resources

Minisode: Burnout in the Workplace with Jenn DeWall

Hi, everyone. It’s Jenn DeWall with The Leadership Habit. And today, I’m talking about a very important issue and an issue that likely you may be experiencing yourself. And that topic is burnout. That’s right. We know that burnout was an issue prior to the pandemic,...

"“This training energized me to be a better manager and leader especially in the areas of listening to the needs of our employees, and asking better questions to get the root of the issues.”" Read More

-Kiran Mann , Operations Manager
Butcher Engineering

"“We are 50% more profitable as a company than prior to enrolling myself and our senior management team in the Bullet Proof Manager program, and certainly some credit for this is due to Crestcom and this program. We have documented over $500K in cost savings, productivity improvements, and revenue gains..." Read More

-Howard Chang , President & CEO
Top Drawer Creative

"“The first session alone can provide tools & techniques that can be applied immediately back into the business. For example, in our sample session we identified a potential of over $350,000 in annualized bottom line improvements from either cost or revenue gains.”" Read More

-Roger Till , Managing Director
Integra Packaging Pty Ltd

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"“This training energized me to be a better manager and leader especially in the areas of listening to the needs of our employees, and asking better questions to get the root of the issues.”"

-Kiran Mann , Operations Manager
Butcher Engineering

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"“We are 50% more profitable as a company than prior to enrolling myself and our senior management team in the Bullet Proof Manager program, and certainly some credit for this is due to Crestcom and this program. We have documented over $500K in cost savings, productivity improvements, and revenue gains since starting the program, and we have not completed it.”"

-Howard Chang , President & CEO
Top Drawer Creative

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"“The first session alone can provide tools & techniques that can be applied immediately back into the business. For example, in our sample session we identified a potential of over $350,000 in annualized bottom line improvements from either cost or revenue gains.”"

-Roger Till , Managing Director
Integra Packaging Pty Ltd

Contact Kiran Mann

Contact Info

  • 4 Robert Speck Parkway, Suite 1500, Mississauga, Ontario L4z 1s1, Canada
  • 6479803124
  • 647-980-3124

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Workplace Culture Matters: How Values, Beliefs and Behaviors Drive Performance

92% of business leaders in successful companies believe that workplace culture impacts their performance. Culture is increasingly important to Millennials in the workforce, and one survey notes that on average, 56 % of millennial workers consider a strong workplace culture more important than salary. Glassdoor reports that 73% of workers would not even apply to a company unless its values aligned with their own. Join host Jenn DeWall and Motivational Speaker Brad Montgomery to learn how strong workplace culture can create success for any organization.
March 25th, 2021 at 10:00AM ET

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