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Alberta School of Business

I am an independent business consultant with two main areas of practice: (1) governance and (2) management services. My clients are primarily First Nations and independent businesses. With First Nations, I utilize nation-building principles for establishing the political underpinnings for good governance of businesses and community programs. For all clients, I can help establish boards of directors based on skills and merit. I also assist in increasing board performance to increase business results and with board renewal. With respect to management services, I am available to provide senior management services on a part-time contractual basis to organizations in the development phase prior to their requirement of full-time senior management service. My strengths are my understanding of the importance of good governance to help organizations achieve better results. Governance is not an end in itself but a means for increasing organizational performance. I am an excellent public speaker, communicator, and facilitator.

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