“Leadership is about who we say we are and how we are day-to-day.”
Janic Gorayeb, MA in Leadership (Health) & Certified Health Executive
At Ripple Effect we want to collaborate with you, not simply work for you.
As an extension of the client, we aim to shift the way you communicate with coworkers, volunteers and clients. Our programs inspire optimal conditions that will ripple through your organization.
The ripple symbolizes how behaviours echo throughout an organization. Ripple Effect facilitates open, informative, and curious dialogue while helping to advance an organization’s mission, both internally and externally.
Values serve as a compass for our actions and define how we conduct ourselves.
Ripple Effect’s core values include:
Adds value to teams and communities through collective efforts
Builds trust, honesty and open communication
Fuels innovation and creativity
Creates enthusiasm and dedication to a common goal
Why Work with Ripple?
We work with you to understand your vision and current organizational culture
We are passionate and succeed through collaboration, inclusion and valuing diverse points of view
We nurture your organization’s development by aligning with existing strategies and objectives
We inject fun into our retreats, workshops, events, focus groups, and more!
Who Does Ripple Serve?
Teams undergoing change who want to nurture a positive culture of communication
Organizations looking to realign their values for internal stakeholders
Organizations wanting to engage multi-generational teams
My approach is to create fun and creative settings in which people feel valued and trusted. I want to pour life into the work, share wisdom, and inspire fellow professionals to be stronger leaders.
As a Masters of Arts in Leadership (Health) graduate from Royal Roads University, I am a leadership consultant, workshop designer, facilitator and presenter. I’m a Certified Health Executive (CHE) with the Canadian College of Health Leaders and have 17 years’ experience working with organizations in various industries including non-profit, pharmaceutical, hospitals, retirement homes and long-term care facilities.
During this time I learned that organizational values are imperative to embed into workplace culture to nurture inclusivity and diversity.
To me, leadership is about collaboration, partnership and good communication habits. These character traits help influence others and create a positive ripple effect among teams and organizations. When I think about leadership, titles and positions within a company are far from my mind! Instead I imagine all employees modeling the way; this concept exemplifies how all employees, regardless of generational differences, title or position within an organization can cultivate a caring workplace culture together.