Realize Strategies

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    We help you realize your potential by customizing our approach and advice based on the values driving your business. Our experts collaborate with you to amplify your strengths and address your challenges to change your business for the better. It’s time to embrace change with purpose and realize your potential. Our management consulting provides full-circle support of your strategic planning, business planning, performance reviews, financial reviews, project management, process improvements, organizational transition, social enterprise development. governance development and training, innovation management, research and any other needs large or small. Our executive search, leadership and HR development covers everything you need from organizational assessments, performance management, transition management, to HR planning and shifting leadership and cultures toward a more effective and positive workplace.
    HQVancouver, CA

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    Employees (est.) (Aug 2019)8(+15%)
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    Key People/Management at Realize Strategies

    John Kay

    John Kay

    Alison Marshall

    Alison Marshall

    Principal Consultant
    Rita Farkas

    Rita Farkas

    Codi Hauka

    Codi Hauka

    Communications Manager
    Maggie Miland

    Maggie Miland

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    Gillian Harper

    Gillian Harper

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    Realize Strategies has an office in Vancouver
    Vancouver, CA (HQ)
    535 Thurlow St #503
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    Real Talk – DEI: From Acronym to Action

    Real Talk is a quarterly workshop series where leaders from across the purpose-driven sector gather, have active discussions about the complex social, economic, and environmental problems our organizations are faced with, and commit to leading positive change. We seek engaged leaders who put their p…

    10 Months Later: State of the Victoria Workforce

    2020 has been a year of massive change and disruption around the world. It’s hard to believe that just shy of 10 months ago, the WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic in March 2020. I feel very lucky to have a job which can be done remotely, since many do not. Many more have either […] The post 10…

    Here’s Our Talent Culture and Performance Strategy. What’s Yours?

    Organizational culture is considered by many to be “the soft stuff”. This does not make it unimportant. In fact, there is a rapidly growing body of research that supports Peter Drucker’s famous idea that “culture eats strategy for breakfast”. But that’s a whole topic for another time. What this does…

    Investing in Community is in my DNA

    What started out as a simple curiosity of how my parents vote with their dollars became a personal discovery of family values dating back generations. I ended up being humbled in my experience when I sat down to dinner one night, the topic of B Corps, co-operatives, and social enterprises on the tip…

    School Reopening Delayed: 5 Ways To Support Working Parents

    It’s a tough and confusing time for everyone right now, especially working parents. When the B.C. Ministry of Education announced a full return to school for all K-12 students, parents and teachers alike responded with a wave of concern. A recent survey showed 49 percent of parents across the provin…

    Leadership Succession Planning: Securing the Future

     “A person who does not worry about the future will shortly have worries about the present.” Ancient Chinese proverb Here is a sobering thought: over 50% of non-profit and private sector boards do not have a formal CEO succession plan in place. The obvious question is: Why? Put simply, many boards f…
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    Realize Strategies Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Realize Strategies founded?

      Realize Strategies was founded in 1997.

    • Who are Realize Strategies key executives?

      Realize Strategies's key executives are John Kay, Alison Marshall and Rita Farkas.

    • How many employees does Realize Strategies have?

      Realize Strategies has 8 employees.

    • Who are Realize Strategies competitors?

      Competitors of Realize Strategies include Humanitarian Advisory Group, Out Leadership and T Chapman Consulting & Associates.

    • Where is Realize Strategies headquarters?

      Realize Strategies headquarters is located at 535 Thurlow St #503, Vancouver.

    • Where are Realize Strategies offices?

      Realize Strategies has an office in Vancouver.

    • How many offices does Realize Strategies have?

      Realize Strategies has 1 office.