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At Canadian Management Centre, our employees take pride in their work and believe strongly in the value we offer our clients. As a team, we strive to set the standard of excellence within our industry as it relates to learning, innovation, and particularly client service.
Our partnership approach in developing customized solutions for our clients provides the following benefits:
We invest the time to develop a better understanding of our client's business.
- We provide an objective point of view.
As the Canadian arm of the American Management Association's global network of companies we are proud to be part of one of the world's most sophisticated knowledge networks - providing an international presence, reach and perspective that can benefit global organizations. American Management Association is a world leader in professional development and performance-based learning solutions.
Today, our network consists of more than 18 centres throughout the world in North and Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and the Asia-Pacific Region. Together, we provide individuals and organizations with the knowledge, skills and tools they need to achieve performance excellence, adapt to changing realities, and prosper in a complex and competitive world.
" The course instructor was excellent in terms of experience, knowledge and in his ability to facilitate learning in an adult environment. "
" I enjoyed the areas that focused on the process, as opposed to the project management side. "
" I liked the focus on practical examples of the lessons taught, as well as opportunities to practice the tools in teams. This allowed us to better understand, and obviously practice what we were learning, on work based examples. Therefore we learned and got some preliminary work done. "
" The course was very professional and friendly. Ms. Rose was a joy to be around and she made all the role-playing games not as intimidating as I thought they'd be. "