iBL Graduate of the Month: March 2017

Friday, 10 March 2017 by Madelaine Hallman-Kenner

Andrew Morgan started his career as an industrial electrician after attending Okanagan College in 1984. He then began his current career at Weyerhaeuser where he has been with since 1992. He went from electrician to electrical supervisor and is currently a Maintenance Manager at his plant.

Andrew takes pride in both his work and his education. He has continued his education in various

 

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A Valentines Day Message About Mismatched Communication

Tuesday, 14 February 2017 by Shon Isenhour

Mismatched communication plagues a lot of organizations and affects the implementation of new initiatives and organizational changes. This video shows a demonstration of the concept.

Graduate of the Month: February 2017

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 by Madelaine Hallman-Kenner

We want to congratulate our February 2017's graduate of the month...Mr. Joel Wheeler of Hollingsworth and Vose. Congratulations on your many accomplishments throughout your inspired Blended Learning curriculum and may you have many more successes to come!

Thankful Thinking: 7 List of Thanks

Monday, 21 November 2016 by Shon Isenhour
As we start the Thanksgiving week I could not help but think about the softer side of reliability. We focus so much on the technical issues and tools that drive reliability so let us focus on the people again. So many of the task that ensure reliability and profitability are thankless and often overlooked. This week I would challenge each of you to make a list of seven people that make your...

Not Running From the Saber Tooth Tiger: Reactive to Proactive Leadership in 3 Steps.

Monday, 17 October 2016 by Shon Isenhour
Life pushes us to be reactive and we learn it from an early age. When we are young, we stick a fork in a power outlet or touch a hot stove and then we react. That becomes the predominant learning style as we grow. It is how we learn the concept of cause and effect. But later in life we are told that proactive is better but, this goes contrary to what has shaped us up to this point. Why would I...
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