Change. Challenge. Opportunity

There is no doubt we are currently going through lots of changes. These changes are happening around us and to us. So why is it that so many of us seem to dislike change? After all, most good things that come our way are a result of change. It is probably not so much we do not like change; it is more we do not like when it impacts us personally. So in this newsletter I thought I would outline some of the changes coming our way, the challenges they present and the opportunities they create for all of us (Change. Challenge. Opportunity).

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Beat the back-to-work blues!

Back to School (Work) 1. Start your day off right by being well rested and with a good breakfast. On your first day back it is a great idea to get plenty of sleep the night before. You should get up early and have a great healthy breakfast. I would also suggest trying to get…

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Is doing “More with Less” a flawed strategy?

Is doing more with less a flawed strategy? Through my travels many organizations talk about the challenges in today’s economic times and the importance of, “doing more with less”. But this is a strategy that is doomed to fail. I’ve been presenting on the topic of productivity improvement, capacity building and employee engagement for more…

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Acting the Part: The Key to Achieving Your Goals

Recently, after one of my keynotes, a woman approached me and said, “This process might work for you, but you don’t know my story.” If you can relate to the way this woman felt or you have set a goal before and not achieved it and have decided that goal setting doesn’t work for you,…

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Getting Back Up: Living Like an Olympian

There were a lot of great moments during the 2014 Olympics with some incredible stories of unbelievable courage and determination from athletes who fought with every breath they had to achieve their personal best and do their country proud. During the women’s gold medal hockey game, Canada was down 2-0 when my wife, Tonya left…

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Eddie in the News

  The Truth About Employee Engagement, ProfitGuide, Deborah Aarts, February 21, 2014   Excerpt from the November 2013 issue of Acheson Business Association Newsletter  – Nov 2013   The Daily Herald Tribune, Focused on Excellence – October 27, 2013 The key to succeeding in the business world is as simple as focusing your attention on the outcome, said Eddie…

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Where the Rubber Hits the Road

Employee Engagement by Eddie LeMoine from Eddie LeMoine on Vimeo. Though January is the literal start of the year and a time for new beginnings, it is in September that the rubber hits the road in the business world. Over the past week I could feel the difference when visiting clients in our Calgary office. There…

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Enhancing Relationships; No Strings Attached

When I wrote the book, Bring About What You Think About, it was really for my own purposes. It was a reminder to me to follow the principles and guidelines. When I began to share the book and eventually published it, I was so surprised by the feedback. On the surface, people said they read…

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Sales Professionals: Are you feeling the pinch?

Across the country sales professionals have confided in me that they are finding it difficult to achieve their targets. It does not have to be this way! Prior to starting my own business, I served as VP of Sales in four different companies (not all at the same time!). In each of these companies I…

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Eddie LeMoine Consulting Opens Second Office in Alberta

Due to overwhelming support and demand in the Alberta market over the past two years, Eddie LeMoine Consulting recently opened a second office in Calgary, Alberta. Over the past couple of years Eddie LeMoine has delivered presentations to thousands of people representing hundreds of different industries across western Canada.: “I am delighted to have more…

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