Welcome to Eddie LeMoine's TEC Canada Webinar Information Page ( COVID-19 Addition)

Dear TEC Chair

Thank you for visiting our COVID-19 Webinar offering for TEC Canada. We are delighted to build an offering that you, as a TEC Chair, can bring to your members. We are in uncharted territory, and many of your members are scrambling to learn new ways to lead and inspire the people on their teams. From virtual meetings to leading, communicating and motivating remotely, we all of our work cut out for us. 

As your members make the decisions to temporarily close offices and have employees work remotely, we want you to feel confident that you have access to crucial learning assets for you to offer your members. In addition to the live webinar, we have put together a "Business Continuity Bundle" that will give members tools to help them manage in this challenging time. We will be offering this to the TEC members and their management team, see details below;

A few more details:

Business Continuity Bundle available for FREE until June 30, 2020.  

Bundle includes: 

  • 11 online courses 
  •  16 e-books 
  •  68 videos 

 Examples of courses:  

  • Establishing Effective Virtual Teams 
  • Managing a Crisis 
  • Responding Effectively to Risks 
  • Microsoft Office 365 teams: Call and Meeting Tools 
  • Facing Virtual Team Challenges 

See a list of all of the offerings below on this page. 

I hope this helps you deliver significant value to your members while we all find our footing during this COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about this offering, please feel free to contact me directly. 

With Gratitude

Eddie LeMoine



11 Interactive Online Courses

  • Responding Effectively to Risks
  • Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience
  • Managing in a Crisis
  • Establishing Effective Virtual Teams
  • Becoming a Successful Collaborator
  • Facing Virtual Team Challenges
  • Assessing Your Organization's Risks
  • Cisco Webex Meetings: Organizing & Hosting Meetings
  • Cisco Webex Teams: Using the Collaboration Tools
  • Google Hangouts Meet: Using Hangouts Meet on the Web
  • Microsoft Office 365 Teams: Call and Meeting Tools


11 Ebooks Relevant to Today's Events

  • The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership
  • Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being
  • Virtual Leadership
  • Remote: Office Not Required
  • The Resiliency Advantage
  • Virtual Leadership: Practical Strategies for Getting the Best out of Virtual Work and Virtual Teams
  • 101 Tips for Telecommuters: Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family
  • Books Title: The Disaster Recovery Handbook
  • Business Continuity from Preparedness to Recovery: A Standards-Based Approach
  • Business Continuity Management: Building an Effective Incident Management Plan
  • Business Continuity Planning: A Project Management Approach
  • Business Continuity For Dummies
  • Business Continuity Management: Global Best Practices, Fourth Edition
  • Building Resilience for Success: A Resource for Managers and Organizations
  • Metagility: Managing Agile Development for Competitive Advantage
  • Resilience: Powerful Practices for Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Even Disaster


68 Videos To Share With Your Team

  • The Importance of Change
  • The Role of the Amygdala: The Almond Effect
  • A Challenge Is an Opportunity
  • To Adapt; Change Your Vantage Point
  • Beware of Adaptability Demons
  • Why Does Trying New Things Feel Uncomfortable?
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Three Mindsets to Embrace Change
  • Reach Outside Your Comfort Zone
  • Avoiding Situations
  • Invest in the Process; Not the Outcome
  • Embrace Whatever Comes Along
  • How to Be As Resilient As a Daruma Doll
  • Turn Stress Into Positive Pressure
  • Making the Complex Simple
  • Change: Deal With It
  • Seek Out and Design
  • Decision Making As a Skillful Collaboration
  • Three Surprising Skills of Collaboration
  • Results Through Collaboration
  • Great Collaboration
  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Get Out of Organizational Gridlock by Building Trust
  • Dealstorming: Solving Problems Through Collaboration
  • Humility Is Key to Collaboration
  • Tips on Team Collaboration
  • Collaboration: Me to We
  • How to Simplify
  • Transparency and Openness Foster Collaboration
  • Sharing Ideas
  • Making Collaboration Work
  • Aligning Groups
  • Habit 6: Synergize
  • The Habit of Cooperation
  • “Yes, and...” Versus “Yes, but...”
  • Using Improv to Improve Collaboration
  • The Need for Collaboration
  • Incentivize Collaboration
  • The Need to Identify Team Assets
  • Barriers to Collaboration
  • Use Collaboration to Motivate Teams
  • Scratchy Relationships Improve Collaboration
  • Shifting to a Collaborative Mindset
  • Three Requirements for Collaboration
  • The Cohort Effect
  • Create Value Before You Create Risk
  • Leaders Drive Change
  • Prudent Risk Taking
  • Risk-Taking Is Disruptive
  • Resources Versus Success
  • Effective Risk Management
  • Reframing Risk
  • Healthy Risk-Taking
  • The Happiness Advantage
  • Leading a Virtual Collaborative Team
  • Working In Virtual Teams
  • How to Increase Productivity in Virtual Teams
  • Establishing Personal Connections Remotely
  • Leading Effectively in a Virtual Environment
  • Face-to-Face Versus Virtual Management
  • Engaging Virtual Employees
  • Virtual Meetings That Work
  • Managing Virtual Teams
  • Managing a Virtual or Matrix Team
  • Leading More Effectively Remotely
  • Remote Teams
  • Managing Conflict in High-Performance Team
  • Leading Virtual Meetings
  • Expert Insights on Adapting to Change
  • Expert Insights on Collaboration
  • Expert Insights on Managing Risk
  • Expert Insights on Managing Virtual Teams
  • Leadership Insights on Leading Virtually

The following is an overview of my regular in-person TEC sessions. Please note I will be customizing the webinars to suit the situation that is happening now with COVID-19. If you are interested in having me do a webinar for your TEC group, please contact me, and we can discuss the content and format.

Eddie LeMoine

A Journey to Engagement

Combating the war on talent

Are your top employees planning to quit? Do your employees care as much about their work as you do? Is your organization at a standstill? Anyone can lead an organization during the good times: it’s during the tough times that true leaders produce results. How will you lead to succeed?

An engaged workforce is more productive and gives your organization a competitive advantage. Yet, statistics show that engaged employees make up only 25-30 percent of the workforce. The other 70-75 percent are disengaged employees who are 50 percent as productive as their engaged counterparts. Disengaged employees cost you money through abuse of time-off, misuse of sick leave and benefits, and the rise of a negative work environment that affects all employees. In contrast, productive, engaged employees create a great return on investment and they want their leader and company to succeed.

Eddie LeMoine is in tune with the reality of today’s workplace and understands its challenges. His ideas will show you how to buck the low-engagement trend. You will learn how to inspire your team to new levels of engagement so that they deliver higher levels of customer service; work better as a team and recommend your organization as a great place to work. Eddie’s techniques will help your organization improve productivity, contain cost, increase safety and increase profitability.

  • Stand out as an employer of choice.
  • Attract, engage and retain your all-star employees.
  • Harness the expertise of long-term employees.
  • Create a safe work environment.
  • Successfully navigate diverse demographics and skillfully integrate five generations in one workplace.
  • Fully recognize your team’s strengths and work collectively to produce a stronger output.
  • Understand age, gender, and cultural diversity and the roles they play in the workplace.
  • Interpret future trends and their impact on your organization
  • Implement the three steps that will close the engagement gap.
  • Improve productivity.
  • Contain cost.
  • Increase profitability.



Bring About What You Think ABout

Setting goals that stick

Is it possible to bring about what you think about? Eddie LeMoine has been fascinated by the idea that people’s thoughts can change their lives. Over the past decade, he has researched and studied this powerful concept. He has written about it and talked about it with thousands of people from all walks of life and occupations. He has spoken to audiences in countries around the world, and these audiences have given his speeches top ratings and standing ovations.

As you focus on building and creating the people, jobs, suppliers, situations, and relationships you want in your future, you realize that some goals that may seem unattainable. By using the techniques Eddie describes, you will discover the three key elements to help you change your future outcomes; in essence, to bring about what you think about. Let Eddie light up your next meeting. This compelling presentation is a winner.

Your members will discover how to:

  • Become happier at work and home.
  • Improve business and personal relationships.
  • Create more of what you would like to have and less of what you would not
  • Remove the disempowering beliefs that hinder success.
  • Employ the power of emotions on relationships, success, health, and happiness.
  • Breakthrough fears to achieve higher levels of success.
  • Foresee pitfalls along the way and avoid them.
  • Enjoy living life "in the moment."
  • Set goals that stick