Work history

  • Co-founder and President of Killick Coast North Seniors Co-operative, a social enterprise under development; Marion and I volunteer our time and expertise to developing and establishing this Aging-Well-At-Home, non-profit, community service co-operative (to be incorporated in July 2024)
  • Retired Professor of Leadership Studies, Renaissance College, University of New Brunswick – from July 1, 2005 to my retirement on March 1, 2023.
  • Founder and Chief ValuesXplorer ofValuesXplorer Inc.; Based on my experience from consulting and coaching hundreds of corporate and individual clients across various industries, cultures and countries, and from delivering over 50 different kind of seminars/workshops to more than 1,000 participants, we offered consulting, training and coaching to individuals, teams, projects and organizations to discover their values, to identify their vision and to establish their mission – February 2012 – February 2022.
  • Visiting Professor at Business School at UmeĆ„ University, Sweden – September/October 2011.
  • Fellow of Project Research Institute, Athabasca University – since September 1, 2011.
  • Tenure granted at the University of New Brunswick – July 1, 2009.
  • Associate Professor of Leadership Studies, Renaissance College, University of New Brunswick – July 1, 2005.
  • Teaching and research (leadership and project management) at Athabasca University (Center for Innovative Management, MBA in project management), University of Victoria (School of Public Administration), Trinity Western University (Master of Arts in Leadership) – since 2003.
  • Consulting, coaching, and training (project management and leadership) as self-employed consultant for financial institutions, government organizations, and private corporations in Germany and Canada – since 1994.
  • Corporate training (software development and project management), project management, management and leadership (service and marketing management) in the business sector in Germany and Canada – 1987-2005.

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