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About the founder
Not afraid to strive for "Krayz workplace results"
Subibe has been in a hands-on leadership role for over a decade.
He is the author of 7 works available on Amazon Kindle. He has extensive experience providing leadership training to front-line managers and upper leadership.
Moreover, he is currently a Non-Executive Director and Vice President at the non-profit AMCAL Family Services based in Montreal, Canada.
Applying knowledge gained through an undergraduate degree in Commerce with a concentration in Finance and a Master’s in Business Administration with a specialization in non-profit administration, Subibe has worked to achieve "Krayz workplace results" by engaging staff in initiatives and taking a proactive approach to leadership.
His perspective on leadership can be summarized by one phrase, “leadership development starts with self-reflection.”
An avid public speaker, Subibe has been invited to present at numerous conferences across Canada and the US.
Subibe takes great pride in having led internal human resource activities with an understanding that in today’s workforce, recognition, autonomy, proper health and stress management, respecting diversity and differences and facilitating life balance are at the core of a humanistic approach to HR towards helping people strive for their best.
Lead by asking, yet don't ask a person "why"
Short videos where I propose questions to ask in various situations and other musings
Leadership development starts with self-reflection
A short series that looks at self-reflection
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Framework for regular dialogue with staff
Use this template if you need help or direction on how to have a normal regular dialogue with a staff member you are leading.
Are we working how we should be working poster
This poster compares two approaches to communicating among teammates to act as food for thought.
Framework for individual engagement
This framework provides a simple formula for staff engagement = HAPPI
We are in control of what we do poster
A poster to remind yourself of maintaining limits.
When faced with project roadblocks
When your inner voice is blocking you from progressing on projects, try these simple ideas.
Stop doing things at work that don't matter
An exercise to help you identify things at work that don't matter so you can stop doing them.
Pull feedback to grow
This framework will show you a simple and direct way to get feedback so that you can grow. You can also ask your subordinates to use this template as a team initiative.
Monthly leadership self-reflection check-in
You can use this template to help you evaluate how you did as a leader in the last month.
A new approach to staff dialogues
This framework called ATLAS provides a "Krayz" different way of conducting staff dialogues.
Perspectives on staff; past, present and potential future
This framework highlights a new model of employee some organizations might need that may seem "Krayz" to some.