Our Team

David MacLatchy

David is a highly motivated leader with a mission to help organizations and their employees achieve their goals.

Examples of some of his many accomplishments are:
  • Designed, conducted and delivered training sessions in project management, sales,   negotiation, employment law, coaching and team building.
  • Developed successful and cohesive teams to complete business objectives.
  • Built a successful business in sales and customer service.

One of his published quotations is: "Know your priorities, gain agreement, manage expectations". This single quote has guided many individuals to success and productivity not only in the work place but also in their personal lives.

David is the consummate communicator and educator, having conducted literally hundreds of seminars and conferences throughout all of Canada, United States, England, Scotland and Ireland.

David has conducted training sessions to virtually all sectors of the workplace. This includes the Private Sector, Public Sector, For Profit, Not-for Profit, small, medium, large organizations, manufacturing, service, health care, government (provincial, federal and state), to mention a few.

David delivers his message with humour and sincerity. His depth of knowledge, experience and research brings it all to life, and ensures that concepts, strategies and ideas are usable and can be implemented in every-day life.

Paul Bailey

Paul is a life-long learner with more than 25 years of leadership experience who is passionate about developing leaders. He is an avid reader and  researcher of the  latest trends impacting the market place and then creating or finding the most recent tools and techniques to   address them. His in-depth understanding of personality profiles, leadership and team dynamics have provided opportunities to participate in training conferences internationally.

Paul's philosophy of learning and development is that it should be informative, engaging, memorable, entertaining and fun. His expertise in communication is described by others as passionate, inspiring and motivational, with a sense of humour that keeps you engaged. His training is presented in a way that adds value for participants both professionally and personally. He believes his greatest asset is taking the complicated and making it simple.

Some of his accomplishments are:
  • B.A. - Major in Change & Conflict Management
  • M.A - Major in Leadership & Management
  • CTDP - Certified Training & Development Professional with Canadian Society for Training & Development
  • Co-author of Stress Management Program
  • Social & Emotional Intelligence Coach


Robert Gollan

Robert was a member of the RCMP for 35 years.  During his tenure with this organization he served in 14 communities in three provinces, one territory and one year with International Policing in Kosovo.  His duties included being a front line first responder, major crimes investigator, detachment commander, and the Officer in Charge of Community Policing for the Province of Alberta.  In each of the 14 communities that he served in he was recognized as someone who was dedicated in effecting positive change by working with other service and government agencies to build strong teams to address community and national issues.

Robert has been involved in providing training from very early in his career, from teaching DARE to youth, offender management to Municipal, Provincial, and Federal Police Officers, to how to Develop Police Advisory Committee's to Municipal and First Nations Governments.  During his time in Kosovo he was selected by the Mission Commanders to provide Project Management and European Policing Best Practices to the Mission police officers from the 26 European Union and other mission countries.

Robert is a proud member of the Metis Nation - Saskatchewan, and has worked with many First Nations in British Columbia, Alberta,  NWT and Saskatchewan to bring about positive changes in their communities.

Some of his proudest accomplishments include:
  • Setting up Youth Cultural camps in Lutselk'e NWT
  • Developing a Family Violence Response Team in Siksika, Alta
  • Development of an Interagency Community Action Team to address Relationship Violence in Creston, BC
  • Working with the RCMP and the Province of Alberta to get Habitual Offender Management Programs in place to divert young adults and youth from a criminal lifestyle.
  • Working with communities and First Nations  in Saskatchewan, NWT and Alberta to set up Restorative Justice Programs

In his spare time Robert enjoys spending time with his family traveling the world, coaching volleyball for the past 25 years and working on his classic vehicle.

Susan Code McDougall

Susan Code is a freelance writer and editor and a college instructor who has also enjoyed working as, among other things, an historical interpreter and an assistant to a federal cabinet minister.

Susan has considerable experience in the field of business communications, having served several years as a writer for an Ottawa Valley public relations firm and as a correspondence briefings editor for the federal minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and the president of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. She served more than three years as constituency assistant for the federal riding of Lanark-Carleton.

Since the late 1990s, Susan has taught at the Perth Campus of Algonquin College; courses have included business English, short-story writing, the history of Canadian architecture, and the history of social welfare development. She has also taught minute-taking and writing workshops through various training providers in Ottawa.

She appears regularly on radio and television and speaks to groups about the history Perth and the Rideau Corridor. She has been conducting guided tours of Perth and area for more than twenty-five years.

Susan is the author of A Matter of Honour and Other Tales of Early Perth and co-author of Inside the Tent - 45 Years on Parliament Hill with Tom Van Dusen.  She has edited several local histories, including Charlotte - The Last Suffragette, which won the 2011 Donald Grant Creighton (OHS) award for biography, and several fiction titles, including all four novels in the popular Lost Villages Mystery Series. All are published by General Store Publishing House, for whom Susan serves as a senior editor.

Susan holds an honours degree in history from Queen's University at Kingston.


Tami Anderson

Tami Anderson is a trainer, coach, facilitator and leader. Her focus is people. Her sense of humor, warmth and honesty with a captivating style becomes the catalyst for creating happiness in the workplace.

She developed to the executive management level, creating programs for leadership, performance management, communications, recruitment, retention and customer first.

Tami believes in the power of the group to build and achieve goals.  Currently settled in rural Alberta, she imparts common sense to those sometimes complicated corporate and work related issues.


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