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Doug is an independent Lotscoach® with Scandinavian Leadership.
Scandinavian Leadership, based in Sweden and the U.S., has been on the market as LOTS® for forty three years with assignments in more than 60 countries including Canada. Scandinavian Leadership now has a Canadian Lotscoach® in Toronto who will work in Canada and internationally.
Doug was the President & CEO of Arla Foods in Canada for 22 years and he worked as a Lotscoach® facilitator in Denmark, China, Germany, Netherlands and Russia for Arla Foods. The LOTS® process has also been used in Arla Foods Canada for many years.
As a Lotscoach® Doug will use LOTS® as a leadership tool for facilitating leader, team and business /organizational development.
LOTS® Philosophy and Process
To be able to run a successful business/organization today – and tomorrow – we need structure and a common language that permeates the entire organization.
It should be clear to everyone what we are doing and why, and for whom we are doing it. Having a clear vision of how we would like our world to be increases the possibilities of experiencing meaning, joy and financial success in our organization and makes our work more productive.
LOTS® is a leadership process which provides leaders and co-workers with an inspiring philosophy and tools for reflection, decision making, implementation and follow-up. LOTS® can successfully be applied in big and small issues.
With open process questions accompanied by open analysis questions and reflection tools, LOTS® offers a holistic view throughout the whole process. LOTS® makes us think and act Outside-in and Inside-out in a balanced way, i.e. true customer and stakeholder orientation.
It helps us to get a common view on why we do what we do and how to do it in an appreciated and successful way. LOTS® helps us to move in the same direction in a positive, conscious and profitable way.
You can contact Doug through firstname.lastname@example.org, his phone number: 416 277 0806 or email: email@example.com.
At Go Ahead Tours, creating incredible travel experiences is what we do best. As part of EF Education First, we draw on over 50 years of expertise to continue to grow our portfolio of more than 180 tours to all 7 continents. We’re excited to become an affiliate member of SCCC and look forward making your private and professional travel dreams come true.
Why Go Ahead Tours?
We’re a company of passionate adventurers dedicated to creating the best journey for every traveller.
- Global expertise: Thanks to the global EF network, we have offices all over the world—your clients can count on expert support everywhere they go.
- Flexible travel experiences: Our carefully crafted itineraries offer a balance of sightseeing tours led by local experts and free time for travellers to explore on their own.
- A commitment to quality: Our team considers the details of every itinerary and reads every review we receive to ensure that we’re offering the best possible travel experience.
- An exceptional value: We’re committed to offering amazing experiences at an excellent value. At www.goaheadtours.ca you’ll always find pricing in Canadian dollars.
- Small groups, big connections: Our tour groups are always capped at between 14 to 35 travellers—well below the industry average. A small group of 14 on safari in Botswana and Zimbabwe means better access to remote settings, while up to 28 is the ideal group size for discovering local flavours on a European Food & Wine Tour.
To find out more how we can support your personal and private travel please visit www.goaheadtours.ca or contact Christopher Gentile, Business Development Manager, Go Ahead Tours Canada, at 416.738.4671 or firstname.lastname@example.org or our Vice President, Johan Astrom at email@example.com
New! We are pleased to announce that the Ambassador for the European Union in Canada, Ms. Marie-Anne Coninsx, will join us and provide short closing remarks at the luncheon on Tuesday, April 4.
We hope to see you there!
We are pleased to announce that the Ambassador for the European Union in Canada, Ms. Marie-Anne Coninsx, will join us and provide short closing remarks at the luncheon on Tuesday, April 4. We hope to see you there!
Take a golf break outside the city!
New location · new date · new experience!
The Finnish, Swedish, and Danish Chambers of Commerce, together with Iceland and Norway, invite you to join us on Thursday, June 1st, 2017, at the beautiful Caledon Woods Golf Club for our 8th Annual Nordic Consular Cup Golf Tournament.
This year the Danish Chamber is celebrating its 25th Anniversary!
You and your guests are invited to participate in some friendly rivalry between nations! Come enjoy a BBQ Lunch “On the Tee”, play 18 holes (with cart), then dine with us at the Championship Buffet complete with wine, beer, and award ceremony). There are great prizes to be won in the golf contests and the raffle!
12:30 P.M. Registration
1:00 P.M. Lunch on the Tee
1:30 P.M. Tee-off (modified shotgun start)
7:00 P.M. Dinner and awards ceremony
$190 +HST/single, $720 +HST/foursome ($65 +HST dinner only)
Individual and team awards
Registration and Payment Deadline: May 17, 2017
Sponsorship spots are available (see below).
Dear SCCC member!
You are invited to come and learn about a proven method in leadership development. In this workshop, Mr. Lauri Asikainen, President of the Canada-Finland Chamber of Commerce, will introduce you to a professional tool that some leading organizations use to help their managers at all levels to reach their potential, both in their professional and personal life.
Anybody who is interested in learning about professional and personal development will find this workshop fascinating. Register today as there is limited number of spaces available.
Reserve your spot or find out more at:
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Time: 4-6 p.m.
Place: The Office of Miller Thomson, 40 King St. West, Suite 5800, Toronto
Fee: $25 for members, $35 for non-members
RSVP deadline: Tuesday, March 21
All SCCC members are invited to participate in this years Annual General Meeting, March 30th, 2017 at 5 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
EF and Go Ahead Tours Offices
80 Bloor Street West 16th floor.
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Please R.S.V.P. via email, info @ sccc.ca or call: 416 925 8661 no later than Friday, March 24th 2017.
2017 – 2018 Nominees :
Lars Ruuth, Marketing Manager at SKF Canada Ltd. https://www.linkedin.com/in/lars-ruuth-b80131/
Alexander Ivovich, Managing Director of Volvo Car of Canada Ltd. https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexander-lvovich-a939693/
Peter Eriksson, General Manager at Hilton Mississauga Meadowvale. https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-eriksson-a85b111/
Franz Dambo, Director Radiological Protection Services Nuvia Canada Inc https://www.linkedin.com/in/frazze/
Johan Nilsson, Technical Manager at Tetra Pak Canada Inc https://www.linkedin.com/in/johan-nilsson-21301013/
The list of Nominees can be subject to change.
Sitting Board 2017 – 2018
Klaus Koeppen, Investment Advisor at CIBC World Markets https://www.linkedin.com/in/klaus-koeppen-aa5b4469/
Ann Marie MacDougall President, LeaderBoom Inc https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-marie-macdougall-mba-emba-90676a15/
Patricia McLean, Head of Experiences & Events, Team West Ericsson https://www.linkedin.com/in/patricia-maclean-74861a8/
Axel Kindbom Partner at Dickinson Wright LLP https://www.linkedin.com/in/axelkindbom/
Refreshments and mingling to follow.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Click to view pictures from the Annual Lucia Luncheon at the Fairmont Royal York.
October 17, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IKEA Canada Commemorates 40 Years of Iconic Design in Canada with
IKEA Then & Now Exhibit
Burlington, ON – IKEA Canada is opening an exhibit in downtown Toronto to celebrate its 40th anniversary in Canada. Hosted at the Design Exchange, Canada’s Design Museum, IKEA Then & Now will take visitors on a journey through the decades to demonstrate how IKEA has helped shape life at home in Canada. The exhibit is free to the public and will run from October 21st to 30th.
IKEA Then & Now tells the story of IKEA in Canada, featuring rooms displaying iconic IKEA furniture from the 1970’s to today, with a glimpse into the future. Inspired by the IKEA Museum in Älmhult, Sweden, the exhibit also pays homage to the ancestry of IKEA home furnishings and its unique democratic design philosophy of creating products that help create a better everyday life through their form, function, quality, sustainability and affordable price.
“Canadians have welcomed IKEA into their homes for the past 40 years and we are delighted to have reached this anniversary together,” said Dave McCabe, Acting President, IKEA Canada. “The IKEA Then & Now exhibit offers visitors a chance to take a trip down memory lane, remembering how our homes have evolved over the last four decades. The exhibit also offers a behind the scenes look at the IKEA brand and business, which we are confident will continue to grow in Canada for the next 40 years and beyond.”
There will be many more things to experience at the exhibit, including a ball pit for both the young and young at heart. Visitors will also have the opportunity to be featured on the front cover of this year’s IKEA Catalogue. And, just for dropping by, visitors will have a chance to win a week-long dream trip for two to the design capital of the world, Stockholm, Sweden.
IKEA Then & Now runs from October 21st to 30th at the Design Exchange, 234 Bay St., Toronto. Admission is free to the public. The hours of operation are as follows: Monday – Friday: 9am – 7pm Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 6pm
About IKEA CANADA
IKEA is a leading home furnishing retailer with 375 stores in more than 50 countries worldwide, which are visited by 884 million people every year. IKEA Canada has 12 stores, an eCommerce virtual store, 6 Pick-up and order points in Quebec City and southern Ontario and two Collection Points in Halifax and Saskatoon. The company also recently announced plans to open stores in Halifax and Quebec City. Last year, IKEA Canada welcomed 25 million visitors to its stores and 75 million visitors to the IKEA.ca website. Founded in 1943, IKEA’s business philosophy is to offer a wide range of products of good design and function at prices so low, the majority of people can afford them. For more information on IKEA, please visit: www.IKEA.ca.
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