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Quigg hopes to inspire leaders with new Integrated Leadership Academy

Toronto author and life and business strategist Janice Quigg has taken everything she knows about creating the best conditions for success to the next level with the launch of her Integrated Leadership Academy (ILA).

Success is an inside job: Janice Quigg

Toronto lawyer, life and business strategist, mediator and author Janice Quigg is on a mission to help lawyers and other high-octane professionals lead exceptional lives by reaching beyond external markers of success.
  • "Janice truly had a great impact on my group of Managers. There was an emotional and authentic connection with my entire team around the importance of positive reinforcement when interacting with team members. Janice was able to keep the group engaged by sharing her personal journey and how she has found a way to minimize ‘conflict’ and increase 'reward’ thereby encouraging a very positive approach in all that we do as leaders."

    Vilayat Ahmed
    District Manager Starbucks Coffee Canada
  • "As a consultant, Janice can help you transform your personal and professional life from successful to exceptional."

    Jack Canfield
    Co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Series and The Success Principles
  • "Janice and I met in 2012 when I was the coordinator of the Construction and Infrastructure Law section at the Ontario Bar Association (OBA). Janice was the first and has been the only female chair of the section to date. She is kind, bright, funny, driven and uplifting! Every project she takes on is guaranteed to succeed."

    Amy Lim
    Former Section Co-ordinator, Ontario Bar Association, Construction and Infrastructure Law
  • “Janice has a lot of talent, and a great spirit!”

    Gary Friedman
    Mediation Faculty, Harvard Law School
  • "Janice is an exceptional coach. She listens deeply and inspires greatness. Her ability to help me focus on my goals and get to the heart of what I really need to achieve them, by asking thought provoking questions, is extremely effective."

    Raelene Gannon
    Tea Sommelier, Educator and Author of Tea from Cup to Plate

Great leaders view conflict resolution as a strategic advantage that engages employees, creating an open environment where great ideas flourish.

~Janice Quigg

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