If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!
As a family business leader you know about the opportunity cost and loss of doing things a different way. But how true is it? Do you calculate both the cost and the gain?
Our time is so constrained today that “if it ain’t broke” can become a tried and true default business practice whether it is the best thing for your business or not.
The latest organizational research points to some essential leadership changes that can powerlift your business or team based on your own leadership strengths. Come learn new ideas and tips from Kim MacDonald who focuses on the people side of change.
About our presenter:
Kim MacDonald, APR, BPR, MBA is a 2x entrepreneur and managing partner of MacDonald & Associates, a boutique workplace training and business strategy company. She has a 20+ year track record of excellence as a business growth strategist, marketing specialist, communicator, brand developer and change manager. Kim was also an owner of a family business.
Kim brings specialized expertise to her training and consulting, in the related areas of solving business problems using the science of human behaviour, leadership, communications, team motivation and development, organizational behaviour and culture change. Besides her undergraduate degree and MBA, Kim also holds a certificate in adult education from Dalhousie University and a certificate in Economic Development from the University of Waterloo.
Kim has worked with companies launching products domestically and internationally and undertaken financial and market feasibility studies and assessments for organizations commercializing new products and repositioning existing ones. She is an advisor member of Family Business Atlantic, a member of the Association of Workplace Educators of Nova Scotia, member of the RBC Centre for Women in Business, member of the International Association of Facilitators and a Board Trustee of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia. One of Kim’s passions is using science to #changethewaypeoplethink about workplace health and how employee fulfillment at work and personal growth drives competitive advantage and business success.