Pollinate Advisor Dr. Jane Bozarth

Dr. Jane Bozarth

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An experienced real-world practitioner and popular conference presenter, Dr. Jane Bozarth’s specialties include capturing and sharing tacit knowledge, social and collaborative learning, and crafting low-cost eLearning solutions. She has a Master’s degree in Training and Development with a specialization in technology-based training and a doctorate in Training and Development. Jane …

Pollinate Advisor Linda Page

Linda J. Page, Ph.D., ACPC, ACC, BCC

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Linda J. Page is an educational innovator, business leader, coach, counsellor, and author. She has been part of Adlerian graduate professional education in Ontario since 1978. In 2004, Dr. Page founded Adler Graduate Professional School (ADLER) in Toronto, Canada, an accredited graduate school that offers a Master of Psychology degree, …

Pollinate Advisor Jean-Francois Hivon

Jean-François Hivon

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Jean-François (JF) Hivon helps to deliver strategic organizational growth by turning your ideas into reality, using four key strategies: Understanding business and organizational context Creating Structure, Strategy, and Plans Bringing Focus Implementing. JF’s experience includes work in core functional areas such as business and corporate development, general management, marketing, finance, …

Pollinate Advisor Eileen Page

Eileen Page B. Sc. (Hons), MBA

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Eileen engages leaders and organizations to realize relevant results for their customers, employees, operation, learning, and financials. Working confidentially with boards and executive teams she plans and guides end-to-end transformation – from development of vision and strategy to realizing relevant results. At the same time, clients strengthen leadership authenticity and …

Pace is the New “Place”: Building a Better Virtual Team, Part 2

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Virtual teams are here for the long term, even as some jurisdictions gradually reopen workplaces and other public spaces. As leaders and employees adjust to this evolving reality, there are ways to work more effectively and gain a momentum people can live with – including exchanging “place” for pace: we …