Workplace Ki and Facilitating in a Digital Environment
Jeff is a proud member of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek with several family ties to the Fort William First Nation Community. Jeff has unique insights for different challenges First Nation communities face related to governance, lateral violence, corporate land entitlement and Indigenous to non-Indigenous relations. This work has led to the development of his relationship model, which enhances learning to better understand common threads for success. His workplace relationship model blends thinking from business leaders, traditional practices, and academic research to create inclusive working cultures. Jeff actively demonstrates his commitment to building strong, healthy, and sustainable First Nation Communities. Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Lakehead University and a post-graduate diploma in Human Resources from Confederation College.
Outside of Work
Jeff is a passionate about his family. Living in Thunder Bay, Jeff enjoys spending time play tennis, games, swimming and finishing with his 3 boys. He enjoys learning about new technologies and treads around the world.
Passion for Leading Meaningful Change
Understanding the interconnection of people within a team. To maximize team productivity and ownership to achieve amazing results.
“Let us recognize the instrumental character of concept inside of the field of science.” – Herbert Blumer