Lorraine Moore

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About Lorraine Moore

Lorraine has a powerful understanding of human development on a personal and professional level. Get connected today and plug in to her invaluable human network.

Straddling the Present and Future

By |February 21st, 2018|Leadership, Operational Excellence|

Recently I flew to San Jose del Cabo, having departed from Calgary's international terminal. The new terminal and hotel opened in 2017 and is filled with natural light. While YYC served a record number of passengers in 2017, the newest concourse and terminal is not yet at capacity as it was planned and constructed for 30-year capacity.

Making the Leap

By |February 19th, 2018|Business Coaching, Personal Effectiveness|

I started to have the familiar feelings of restlessness. I thought I wanted to do something different. This time I was thinking about going out, on my own starting my own business, which in fact I did.

Responding to the Alarm

By |February 14th, 2018|Operational Excellence|

The alarm has been sounded. George Soros, in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, commented, As Facebook and Google have grown into ever more powerful monopolies, they have become obstacles to innovation and they have caused a variety of problems of which we are only now beginning to become aware…This is particularly nefarious because [...]

Speaking Up About Mental Health: My Story

By |January 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|

In 2014, former Olympian Clara Hughes cycled 7000 km across Canada to raise awareness about mental health. Today, two-thirds of Canadians suffering from anxiety and/or depression, suffer in silence. As Bell’s Let's Talk Day approached, I realized it was important for me to participate in the discussion. When I was 21 years old, my mother [...]

Seeking Knowledge: What to read in 2018

By |January 16th, 2018|Personal Effectiveness, Productivity|

In late 2017, I asked clients and some of my friends for their most-loved book of the year. Here are a few of the popular ones. Enjoy.

Rejoice in the Strength of the Human Spirit

By |January 2nd, 2018|Personal Effectiveness|

As we emerge from the holiday season, many are reflecting upon and in some cases, concerned about, some of the surprises of 2017. These included political mishandlings, a surge in sexual harassment claims and continued acts of terrorism that can generate fear and fuel intolerance and feelings of superiority...

Yes, It Was a Very Busy Year (Again) But What Did You Learn?

By |December 19th, 2017|Leadership, Personal Effectiveness|

We are a society of busy people. As I have observed in the past, many of my most successful clients proudly wear their busyness, their demanding schedule, with their laudable accomplishments as a badge of honour. We are highly accomplished people. We like getting things done. We are gratified when seeing progress - in our [...]

What We Can Learn From Iceland’s Successful, Offensive Response to Crisis

By |November 29th, 2017|Leadership|

In September, I had the wonderful opportunity to conduct business in Iceland. More and more often I am asked to advise on corporate disruption and innovation. I also continue to assist individuals in personal transition and transformation. As a result, I am hungry for examples of successful turnaround and disruption so that I can better equip [...]

Feet to the Fire© Starts with YOU

By |November 15th, 2017|Feet to the Fire, Leadership, Personal Effectiveness|

In many of my client engagements, I assist organizations that wish to create a culture of accountability. While everyone quickly grasps what it means to hold someone’s feet to the fire (and how that contributes to a culture of accountability) they are sometimes surprised to learn that the finger they are pointing to others, is first and foremost, pointing back at them...

Disruptor or Disrupted

By |November 1st, 2017|Leadership, Operational Excellence|

Are you playing offense or defense? One need not be a sports aficionado to understand the nuances of approaching your business and/or your life from an offensive or defensive position. Advancements in technology, decades of global trade, pending tax reform and more sophisticated and dividend-hungry shareholders are...