Join the Following Organizations and Companies in Bringing Spirit at Work into Your Workplace
Association of Administrative Assistants
Aboriginal Sports Circle of the Western Artic
Alberta Child and Family Services, Region 7, North Central
Alberta Child and Family Services, Region 4, Central
Alberta College of Social Workers
Alberta Council of Disability Services
Alberta Employment, Immigration and Industry
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Control
Alberta Health and Wellness
Alberta Mental Health
Alberta Native Friendship Association
Association of Canadian Financial Officers
Bow Valley College
Boys and Girls' Club
Calgary Health Region
Canadian Hemophilia Society
Canadian Native Friendship Association
Child and Adolescent Services Association
College of Licensed Practical Nursing Association
Community Partnership Enhancement Fund
Continuing Care Affinity Group Conference
Edmonton and Area Child and Family Services
Educational Assistants' Program, Bow Valley College
Greater Edmonton Teachers Convention Association
Getinge Western Region
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Metis Settlements CFSA
North East PDD Professional Development Committee
Personnel Administrative Office
Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Project Management Institute - Northern Alberta Chapter
Red Deer District Office
Tribal Chief Child and Family Services
Yellowhead Tribal Services Agency
"You are a true inspiration. "
" Wonderful warm personality who is so obviously in love with her work that it is contagious."
" Val is passionate in her presentation and authentic in her role modelling."
" Val's energy is contagious and extremely refreshing."
" For almost a year, I have held on to a newspaper article written about you
in The Globe and Mail. I was so impressed with the subject matter, and with your exuberance about spirit in the workplace."
" Val, you have a very calm manner that helps facilitate and foster acceptance of all participants. "
" Excellent sense of humor. Your style is engaging and authentic. Thanks!
" Extremely enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and skilled facilitators."