MONTREAL, April 22 /CNW Telbec/ - SPB Organizational Psychology and
CoachingOurselves have teamed up to accelerate the deployment of a new
approach to developing highly effective managers.
Internationally renowned speaker and author Henry Mintzberg, Cleghorn
Professor of Management Studies at McGill University in Canada, and Phil
LeNir, the former senior manager of an international high tech firm have
developed an extremely powerful way of stimulating individual learning for
managers and executives. This self directed peer-learning process is a highly
effective competency development method that is used all over the world. "In
my opinion, CoachingOurselves is exactly the way management and organizational
development have to go - engaging managers in learning and driving change in
their own workplace," said Henry Mintzberg, Founder of CoachingOurselves.
"We are very pleased to announce this partnership. I believe client
organizations will benefit significantly through the combination of SPB's
expertise and the unique approach of CoachingOurselves," added Phil LeNir.
"We are very excited about partnering with CoachingOurselves, as it will
allow our customers to use this impressive development accelerator for a
fraction of what it would normally cost to access a learning approach of this
kind," said Pierre Gauthier, President of SPB. "For the past 30 years, SPB has
shown that developing managers is essential to improving organizational
performance, particularly in tough economic times. We at SPB believe that it
is critical to stay on top of the latest innovations in the field. Allowing
our customers to take advantage of these innovations is obviously a key aspect
of our mission."
About SPB Organizational Psychology
SPB has been a leader in the field of organizational psychology for over
30 years. Expert in the art of evaluating talented people, the company is
distinguished by its offering of a wide range of top quality services. SPB's
mission is to work in partnership with its customers and help them attract,
engage and develop talent in order to reach their business objectives. For
further information, visit www.spb.ca.
For further information:
For further information: Edyta Pacuk, President, SPB Organizational
Psychology inc. (Toronto), (416) 506-1809