Leadership Workshops & Corporate Keynote Speaker

Workplace Development

Workplace development is an all inclusive approach to assisting clients in developing best in class workplaces that can include any combination of: workshops, executive coaching, assistance in search and interviewing, workplace research and consulting time.

Clients agree to a monthly retainer (minimum of 12 days per year) and then use the time in the combination of services that best supports their efforts to develop the organization. For clients doing 12 or more workshops a year workplace development also provides a substantial workshop fee discount.

With workplace development you work in the fullest partnership with Gaynor Consulting to find out what your workplace potential really is.

LEADERSHIP ARTICLES

December 2017

Lead Like Scrooge

At this time of year it seems fitting to turn to Dickens with A Christmas Carol for some seasonal leadership inspiration. Let's see what we can learn from one of literature's most well known bosses – Ebenezer Scrooge.  Read More »

OFFSITE WORKSHOPS

The off-site leadership development you have been waiting for and the ideal addition to your leadership curriculum. These affordable and highly acclaimed 1/2 day workshops will equip the members of your leadership team with the practical skills they need to build team performance. Check out the course offerings for Winter 2016 here.   Learn More »

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TESTIMONIALS

"Dan Gaynor is a key contributor to the success of our Leadership Program for the development of both our current managers and our leaders of tomorrow. Dan's passion for leadership has inspired all of us, including our employees, to develop much stronger employment relationships. His one-on-one coaching has enabled our leaders to better set the direction for our employees and the work they do. Dan's years of experience as a leader have provided us with simple, directly applicable techniques to enhance our leadership skills and achieve results."
– Doug Harrison, P. Eng. Vice President, Stuart Olson Dominion Construction


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