About Us

As a professional engineer with an operations background, Gary enjoys working with business professionals and technically-oriented clients. He is experienced in the fields of leadership training, strategic planning, process improvement, facilitation, Appreciative Inquiry, project management, change management, knowledge management, and organizational effectiveness.
Gary is currently consulting in strategy development using a Complexity-based approach and helping clients implement the discipline to execute their strategies. A keen area of interest is in shaping safety culture.

Gary is a training partner with Cognitive-Edge Inc. as well as a contract consultant for FranklinCovey Leadership.
He currently is the Special Interest Group leader for Six Thinking Hats® on the www.12manage.com website.

Education & Certifications
▪ Masters of Business Administration, Simon Fraser University, 1984
▪ Professional Engineer, British Columbia, 1974
▪ Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering, University of BC, 1971

▪ Cognitive-Edge training partner
▪ Seven Habits of Highly Effective People training consultant
▪ Six Thinking Hats® and Lateral Thinking® trainer
▪ Diploma in Applied Behaviour Analysis
▪ “Appreciative Inquiry” practitioner
▪ Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner

▪ Co-author: “Electric Distribution Utility Roadmap,
Phase II: The Case for Change”, Canadian Electrical Asociation Technologies Inc., 2006.
▪ Co-author: “Electric Distribution Utility Roadmap,
Phase II: Planning for Now and 2010”, Canadian Electrical Association Technologies Inc., 2006.
▪ Co-author: “Electric Distribution Utility Roadmap”, Canadian Electrical Association Technologies Inc., 2004.

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