Brian is an expert level facilitator, trainer, leadership coach and consultant with over 25 years experience assisting his clients achieve their business and career goals. His specialty is helping leaders and their teams craft new business plans that take them to the next level of performance, as well as change their habits to ones that drive that business plan. His clients include Syncrude, Cenovus Energy, Enbridge Pipelines, Evonik, Bigstone Cree, Parks Canada, Extendicare (Canada), Government of Alberta, PWGSC, Agrium and many more.
He is the author of Lead People…Manage Things: Master the Five Key Facets of High Performance Leadership. This book describes The FACET Leadership Model, a practical five step process for achieving success as a leader. A workshop is also available.
Here’s what people are saying about Brian and The FACET Leadership Model…
“Brian Ward issues a challenge to readers who desire to be great leaders â�� honestly answer Brian’s five critical questions and you’ll learn a whole lot about yourself and your leadership focus”
– Sandi L. Humphrey, CAE, Editor, Association Magazine
“What a refreshing new voice…! Many talk the concept of leading people, but few actually give the many different facets and their explanations of how to lead people.”
– Danielle M. Wilson, Physician Center Manager, Newark, Ohio, USA
“When I learned to do these things effectively, things took a real turn for the better. My reputation in the field I work in got a major boost. I started developing programs for disadvantaged youth (currently up and working) and I started to get offers for promotions.
I have to say that when I found The FACET Leadership Model I did not know where to turn. I was drifting and struggling to put pieces together. I am now very confident that I can accomplish about anything I undertake.
The big difference is that I now have a system to work. A system that works. I recommend this program to all. Get involved. You have nothing to lose but bad habits. What you have to gain is a proven system that works. Thanks and best wishes”
– Roger W. Noe, State of Kentucky, Central Region Mental Health