Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

'Leading in Difficult Circumstances' with Mitch Fairrais!

  • Broadcast in Management
  • 0 comments
Phil R Taylor

Phil R Taylor

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Phil R Taylor.

Call in to speak with the host

h:187165
s:3730815
archived

Leading in Difficult Circumstances is based on Mitch’s interviews with a half dozen Presidents and CEOs”

Mitch Fairrais is an expert in Leadership Development, Team Performance, Conflict Resolution and Human Effectiveness. As President of the training company, On the Mark, he specializes in taking small groups and entire organizations to new levels through the delivery of customized experiential learning programs.


Mitch gets rave reviews as both a facilitator and a speaker because he goes beyond simply motivating participants. He aims to help them understand, step-by-step, how they can do things differently! His sessions are not only enjoyable but are extremely practical, typically interactive, and immediately useful. Mitch has worked globally helping organizations create environments that increase both accountability for results and personal fulfillment. Mitch works at all levels within organizations, from Presidents and CEOs to front line managers.

Over the last 21 years, Mitch has worked with an impressive array of clients in various industries and sectors. These include: Kellogg’s–USA/UK/Canada, Toronto Dominion Bank, Microsoft, Scotiabank, Bell Canada, Deloitte, Bombardier, Standard & Poor’s, British Telecom, Bank of Montreal, American Express, The United States Treasury Department, Research In Motion, Royal Bank, Merck, Coca Cola, Open Text Corporation, William Osler Health System, Abbott/Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Canadian Tire, United States Federal Highway Administration.

Mitch lives on Lake Ontario in Toronto. He loves music, good food, warm weather and his Harley Davidson Fat Boy.

For more information, we invite you to visit http://onthemark.ca/

Comments

 comments