A former management development consultant with Royal Trust, Bill has designed, written and delivered a wide range of management development training programs in the areas of leadership development, team building, managing change, career transition and client service. He also draws upon his experiences as an outdoor educator with Outward Bound in bringing physical action-learning activities into his program designs and facilitation.
Bill holds a B.A. in Psychology from Concordia University and an M.A. from the University of Toronto. He has taught at schools and community colleges in Quebec and Ontario and has presented Continuing Education courses on team development and leadership at Trent University. He also delivers programs on employee orientation, communication and career management at Fleming College. Bill serves as a coordinator and researcher for Save Local Schools, a community advocacy group that promotes small neighbourhood schools as an alternative to large consolidated schools. His most recent book, "Leadership Basics for Frontline Managers" was published by CRC Press in March of 2014. His articles, reviews and commentaries on business topics, politics and social issues have appeared on web sites, in newspapers and in magazines across Canada. You can browse a portfolio selection of his writing at http://btwritingportfolio.blogspot.ca/ .